Spyro: Reignited Trilogy is now out available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and there's still no official word about a Switch release. Even after multiple listings - including Nintendo's digital storefront - there's been no announcement. So, what exactly is going on? Not much, apparently.
The Toys For Bob producer Peter Kavic appeared on the Game Informer Show in November alongside art director Josh Nadelberg to discuss the recently released trilogy collection. Of course, during this segment, the pair was asked about the likelihood of the game appearing on other platforms. In response, Kavic said the attention was currently on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions and the rest of the decision-making was up to the publisher Activision. When questioned if the Switch could handle the latest Spyro release, the producer said he hadn't even seen it attempted but thought there might be a chance.
If what Kavic is saying is true, it essentially means the development of the game on this specific platform was never underway in the first place, which would make sense considering there were no official announcements on Activision's end. The statement provided to us by Activision in November also confirmed the company - at the time - had no plans to announce the game on other platforms.
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