What did you suppose?
Have you ever performed Crash Bandicoot 4: It is About Time?
In a two-page unfold that includes artwork from The SN@XX Dimension degree and Frank’s Plump Wieners Kioskbot, a big splash web page of idea artwork features a Spyro marquee nestled in amongst the futuristic cityscape. Proper under him is his identify and what seems to be many of the quantity “4” proper under that. The accompanying textual content on the web page by artist Brun Coes says “It was enjoyable to mix Dingo’s Diner with the futuristic ingredient, to have these vehicles flying with town down under… and a little bit trace at Spyro.”
Activision had no touch upon the way forward for Spyro in relation to the potential tease, however IGN has verified the web page within the artwork e-book itself. No plans for a continuation of the Spyro franchise have been introduced, however developer Toys for Bob, from which the artwork e-book stems, additionally developed the Reignited Trilogy and has lengthy shephered Spyro throughout Activision’s possession of the property, having beforehand developed the Skylanders franchise.As for now, there is not any different phrase on a Spyro continuation, however given Activision’s latest curiosity in reviving each his and Crash’s franchises, the purple dragon could have the prospect to return past Easter eggs in Crash 4.
The Artwork of Crash Bandicoot 4: It is About Time is at present out there on Amazon and encompasses a ton of art work and perception into the creation of Crash Bandicoot 4 from artists and different Toys for Bob group members, with author Micky Neilson and a foreword by Josh Nadelberg. The studio additionally released The Art of Spyro Reignited Trilogy earlier this 12 months.
The Artwork of Spyro Reignited Trilogy
For extra on Toys for Bob’s newest work, take a look at each our Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time review and our Spyro Reignited Trilogy review. And you’ll want to watch the Crash 4 developers react to a speedrun, and take a look at our Crash 4 wiki guide in case you’re aiming to 100% it!
Jonathon Dornbush is IGN’s Senior Information Editor, host of Podcast Past!, and PlayStation lead. Discuss to him on Twitter @jmdornbush.