Activision would continue moving tab behind the scenes with respect to its expected remastering for Spyro The Dragon. The electronic leisure giant, which claimed to be working on more titles of this kind officially, will seek to repeat the success of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, and for this has begun to register Twitter accounts and social networks. A user has noticed and made it public.
In this way, the company would be buying profiles and registering accounts related to Spyro as @SpyrotheDragon, something that is confirmed when we see that one of the emails that make this type of claims in the social network is in the name of Activision. According to the source, this is a very typical operation within the Call of Duty company, which would classify the remastering internally as FALCON.
The remastering of this trilogy will seek to replicate the success of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, a sales phenomenon on PlayStation 4 last year. It would follow its same technical line, that is, it would offer new models, textures, animations, and cinematics, as well as a soundtrack completely redone. It will present self-saved - leaving aside the passwords - and would include the titles Spyro the Dragon, Ripto's Rage !, and Year of the Dragon in its original conception.
The remaster in charge of Vicarious Visions, the same team as the updated version of Crash Bandicoot, would first be launched on PlayStation 4 and, a year later, reach other platforms. This is also expected for the adventure of Crash, although there has been no new news about it.
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