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Spyro Remaster May Be Coming to Switch

April 6, 2018 / 1:44 AM

By: Zack O'Neill

With the release of the above trailer this morning, we finally got confirmation of the rumored Spyro: Reignited Trilogy, and the announcement that it’ll be coming to PS4 and Xbox One this September. Unlike the Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy, which released last year, they don’t seem to be making it a timed exclusive for Playstation. The only thing that seemed to be missing from the announcement was the confirmation of release on Switch and PC, like we’re getting from the Crash Trilogy this summer.

Despite the lack of announcement, the Nintendo UK online store posted and removed a listing for a Switch version of the game. We’ve absolutely seen things like this happen before, where online retailers will list games that don’t even exist, then get taken down quickly after, and they can really go either way. This time seems a little different simply for the fact that it’s Nintendo’s own site that said it. It’s worth noting though, that the Nintendo UK store does not seem to be run by Nintendo directly; they contract that job out to another company called The Hut, who run a few other online stores. This is the only one of their sores that seems to have listed the game for Switch though, so there is a slight glimmer of hope there.

Additionally, IGN conducted an interview with developer Toys for Bob about the Trilogy and asked about Switch and PC versions, to which they declined to comment. That at the very least tells me that the game will be coming to Switch and PC eventually, but maybe not at launch. At the same time, we could be waiting to hear a bigger announcement from Nintendo about it at E3, we may even get Spyro for Smash. Let your imaginations run wild.

About the author /

Zack started working at VGTribune at 15 years old and has been gaming since the the age of 2. He is currently in college studying film and technology with plans to continue in the game industry. He’s also really good at Counter Strike.

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