A new Spyro game is reportedly in development

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Two years ago saw the successful return of 'Spyro the Dragon' with the Reignited Trilogy, which was packed with nostalgia as it featured remastered versions of the series’ first three games, which many see as the best instalments.

It was amazing to be able to go back to simpler times, but what would be more amazing would be Activision bringing back 'Spyro' for some brand-new adventures.

It has now been over a decade since we’ve last seen an original instalment in the 'Spyro' series, and if the remasters proved anything, it’s that there is still plenty of interest in the dragon.

This is something that has reportedly not gone a miss by publisher Activision, who are now apparently looking into developing an entirely new game for the fan-favourite series.

As for now, this is only just rumour and should only be taken with a pinch of salt. The rumour was started by ‘TheGamingRevolution’, who has a pretty decent record with 'Call of Duty' rumours, and with both 'CoD' and 'Spyro' being Activision owned, there may be some truth to the rumour.

The tweet admittedly doesn’t offer much information, but the wording of it does seem to imply that this instalment will be a brand-new game, rather than another remaster.

When ‘TheGamingRevolution’ was pressed for more information by fans, they simply replied that we should expect more information on the game in the “coming months.” Before further adding that the game probably won’t release until 2021.

According to ‘TheGamingRevolution,’ Activision have quite the busy year on their hands.

They have already reported that they have numerous projects on the go, with ‘Tony Hawk Proskater Remastered’ and ‘Modern Warfare 2 Remastered’ being two of the most notable, and of course, as a new year comes, a new 'Call of Duty' game is to be expected.

If these rumours have truth behind them, then it is likely we will find out more at some point this year, amid the coronavirus crisis, however, it is unsure when developers will announce their games as gaming conventions have been put in doubt.

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