The Spyro Reignited Trilogy may be about to land on PC, based on ratings data spotted online. A ratings report out of Taiwan has leaked the PC port of the retro collection from Insomniac. And while Activision has not outwardly confirmed the leak, it’s a pretty strong argument that the collection is in fact coming to PC. The leak was initially sighted by Twitter users, and quickly spread online.
The port is being developed by the same team behind a number of ports, Iron Galaxy. Iron Galaxy Games has been around since 2009, doing backports of titles like Destiny for the Xbox 360 and PS3 and Borderlands 2 for the PS Vita. They also released Divekick, an addictingly simple fighter. The selection of this developer also lends credence to the idea of the rumor of this latest port being legitimate, as Iron Galaxy also ported Crash Bandicoot N. sane Trilogy to the PC.
Although the listing has since been removed from the site it was found on initially, and Activision has yet to comment, gamers are still excited. And with E3 2019 right around the corner, there may be an announcement headed our way anyway.
Activision released The Spyro Reignited Trilogy in November 2018 for the Xbox One and PS4, exposing the iconic platforming franchise to a new generation. The collection was a pretty faithful set of remasters that took the already addictive gameplay of the retro franchise and updated the graphics. It contains remakes of the first three games in the Spyro series: Spyro the Dragon, Spyro 2: Ripto’s Rage! and Spyro: Year of the Dragon.