Spyro Reignited: 6 Levels We Can't Wait To See

Which levels can you not wait to charge your way through? 

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The Spyro Reignited Trilogy releases in November and fans cannot wait to play through their old favourites in glorious HD. Developers Toy’s For Bob (of Skylanders fame) have pushed back release once, but judging from the test footage and concept art we’ve been shown, it seems to have been the right call.

While it's interesting to note how the 90s platformer could dominate gaming all over again, Spyro himself has a bevy of great levels, and I've chosen two from each game to break down.

There’s sure to be some debate around the Reignited trilogy too, as recent reveals of character models have shown. Some wonder why Elora has so much fur (she’s a fawn you dork!), but most agree her look is an improvement. Giving Sheila the kangaroo a bright red ponytail and a waist like Violet Chachki has been less well received, however.

Once we get our hands on that sweet, sweet, nostalgia filled disc though, all debates will hopefully disappear in a state of pure bliss.

6. Fireworks Factory

Spyro the dragon

This fun level appears fairly late in the third game (Year Of The Dragonfly), meaning if played chronologically, many players will get to it near the end of their journey. And with so many great levels spread across the trilogy, most probably will play it in the right order. However, this is one of the joys the Reignited Trilogy holds for eager fans. No matter what section of the game they’re up to, there’s always a treat to behold.

That’s a huge part of the draw with levels like Fireworks Factory. While some early levels will grab our interest from the start, the nostalgia factor will fade in time. It’ll fall on amazing hidden gems like Fireworks Factory to keep players' thumbsticks whirring late into the night.

The level also features Handel and Greta, two fanbase favourites yet to have their Reignited redesigns revealed. That plus how beautiful the fireworks will look in 4K gives yet another slices of intrigue for Fireworks Factory to behold.


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