The three games rumored to be included in the remastered trilogy are the original Spyro the Dragon, Ripto's Rage!, and Year of the Dragon. So in 2019, it will likely begin to roll out on other platforms.
Activision is now working on a remastered version of the "Spyro the Dragon" trilogy, according to reports. It is under development by Vicarious Visions, the same studio that developed last year's Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy.
Activision and Vicarious Visions' Spyro the Dragon Trilogy Remaster has yet to be officially announced. Sane Trilogy, also owns the rights to Spyro so another remastered trilogy is well within reason. PS4 initially anyway - it's rumoured to be exclusive to Sony for a year after release, after which time its open season.
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The game is said to be announced next month and would most probably be released in the third quarter of the year. What better way to release an improved version than to release it on the game's ten-year anniversary. Well now it looks like Activision is doing the same thing for the Spyro the Dragon trilogy too.
The Spyro the Dragon trilogy is seen as one of the most notable games in the catalogue of the Playstation. Still, with these sources expecting a March 2018 reveal, it isn't going to be long before we find out if this report is accurate, so stay tuned.
There's also the promise of never-before-seen content cut from the original series, and a new user-friendly save feature.
Much like Crash, Spyro is a classic series with a loyal and eager fan base.