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Spyro Reignited Trilogy DELAYED.
In the latest Activision game blog, the up and coming Spyro remaster developer Toys For Bob, has announced that they’ve decided to push back the release date so they can give the trilogy more “love and care”.
Co-studio head Paul Yan wrote,
“I really hoped that you would be rescuing dragons and scorching Rhynocs sooner, but the Trilogy needs more love and care. In November when you’re exploring the Dragon Realms, Avalar and the Forgotten Worlds, we know you’ll agree the extra time was worth the wait.”
The remaster is set to include all three of the original Spyro titles: Spyro the Dragon, Spyro 2: Ripto’s Rage! and Spyro: Year of the Dragon, featuring HD graphics and modern controls.
You won’t have to wait too much longer though, the new release date is set for November 13, 2018.
Did We Miss Something In Yesterday’s Battlefield V Trailer?
Eagle eyed gamers are reporting that yesterday’s gameplay trailer for Battlefield V actually teased the up and coming Battle Royale mode. We took another look and reckon the community is onto something. We’ve dropped the trailer again for you below, skip to the last 30 seconds.
Does that look like a large ring of fire closing in around a portion of the map? You be the judge.
Monster Hunter Generations Demo Available Now!
We love a demo. If you’re a gamer over the age of 30 you’d probably remember getting the early editions of Playstation mag or Hyper mag, and tearing into the wrapper to find the demo disc, tossing the magazine aside for later whilst you feast upon the trials of the up and coming triple A releases!
Those discs don’t exist anymore – but a few developers are still good enough to data drop a demo online from time to time and if you own a Nintendo Switch, now’s your chance to try Monster Hunter Generations.
Master all 6 Hunting Styles and all new Prowler abilities on August 16 with the free #MHGU demo! pic.twitter.com/5NdFLSbYoF
— Monster Hunter (@monsterhunter) August 15, 2018
As you can see in the tweet, Capcom have given players a fair bit to chew on ahead of the August 28 release date.