The happiness for fans of Crash Bandicoot and those of Spyro is that their universe may be expanded shortly.
For a long time, fans of both franchises had waited to get back to their old ways and this was fulfilled with the release of Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time for PlayStation 4 months ago.
But the recent publication of its official Artbook released an image of Spyro within its content, indicating that Activision and Vicarious Visions could be fulfilling the wish of fans of the purple dragon.
The first official hint for “Spyro 4” is here! The #Crash4: It’s About Time Art Book has a quote which confirms the hint.
– Spyro Universe 💎 (@SpyroUniverse) December 7, 2020
With the expectations of new Spyro creations soaring, these could be part of the premieres of the next few months in the industry, with the fresh start of next generation consoles.
The PlayStation 5 could be one of the biggest beneficiaries of having the new Spyro title among its ranks, guaranteeing a success that feels internal despite being representatively alien.
Rumors all around you
Various sources on social networks assume that Activision is developing Spyro 4, adding that they know its official subtitle, Hall of the Gods.
Without details that support this content, the reality is that it corresponds to wait to know what this distributor is up to. Appealing to the power of nostalgia from their PlayStation audience, it is very possible that they will carry out the development of the fourth edition of the purple dragon.
Again, 4chan, so I wouldn’t even take it with a brick of salt
This one seems alot less believable than Crash Legends.
The concept is a bit farfetched to be honest, the 4 also looks a bit odd and stands out like a sore thumb
But we will have to see… Might only be a temp title pic.twitter.com/nlxAqaGl7d
— Canadian Guy Eh (@Canadianguyehh) December 6, 2020
Although for the Activision Blizzard conglomerate their main earnings come from Call of Duty and World of Warcraft, as well as Candy Crush on mobile, they have thrown themselves in reviving the franchise nostalgia of their past.
This same year they released Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2 and Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time, bringing back thousands of fans of these series, so Spyro would be no different.