Spyro the Dragon could return in 2023, at least according to a clue that appeared online in these hours and which immediately put fans on alert .
The gaming world’s favorite dragon made a surprise appearance this week in social media posts for Spyro Reignited Trilogy (found on Amazon) and Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time , thanks to the developer of Toys For Bob.
After all, already in the review of the Reignited Trilogy we explained to you that «Toys for Bob is perhaps the most suitable developer to enjoy the legacy left behind, and the use of the ‘Unreal Engine 4, used very well here, could be the starting point.”
A restart which, in fact, could now materialize with the arrival of a new chapter of mint, perhaps to be announced in the coming months, as reported by Insider-Gaming.
The official Twitter account of the developer shared the message: “Big moves and BIG MOOD for 2023 #LifeatTFB” along with a collage of photos, logos and inspirational concepts for the year a come.
The image accompanying the tweet is dedicated to the development team, but in the left corners you can distinctly note two video games.
Call of Duty Ghost is clearly visible in the lower left of the image, but in the upper left there is a much more interesting addition: a nod to the 25th anniversary of Spyro the Dragon.
Big moves and BIG MOOD for 2023 #LifeatTFB pic.twitter.com/Wna4Ulmerk
—Toys For Bob (@ToysForBob) January 10, 2023
The original Spyro the Dragon was released for PlayStation in 1998, considering that 2023 marks a quarter of a century since the debut of the little dragon.
With Spyro hidden in the corner of the image, it is clear that Toys For Bob wants to wink at some form of announcement related to the baby dragon in 2023. The question is what will it be about? ? At the moment we don’t know, so keep an eye on our pages to find out more.
Speaking instead of the return of the famous orange marsupial, owned by Activision Blizzard, in fact, Crash Team Rumble is on its way, and it will ape the famous Crash Bash, but with the necessary differences (no arenas, apparently).