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Activision Says More Remasters Are Coming; New Titles In Older Franchises Possible

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The old style revivals have paid off.


This era noticed the return of two old style PlayStation icons: Spyro the Dragon and Crash Bandicoot. Once thought misplaced to the ravages of time, Activision revived each in epic trend, with success throughout. And it seems like the corporate has taken discover, promising extra revisiting of the traditional franchises, as effectively presumably one thing somewhat newer.

In the monetary quarter report, firm President Robert Kostich confirmed the success of the remasters, with Crash N.Sane Trilogy promoting over 10 million copies for instance. He stated that extra remasters are coming, and that with this success it means they may very well be taking a look at recent concepts for these IPs going ahead.

“When you take a look at our IP library, we predict there’s numerous IP in there that followers are going to wish to expertise once more, so on that one, I’d say keep tuned for some future bulletins.

“But simply past pure remasters,” Kostich continued, “there are additionally numerous alternatives now to innovate and take into consideration completely new content material inside these IPs, in order we give it some thought, there’s numerous progress alternatives for the enterprise over time inside Activision primarily based on our library of IP and albeit extra broadly throughout the corporate which collectively has a tonne of nice IP.”

While each Crash and Spyro have many video games previous the remastered titles we’ve gotten, they aren’t fairly as revered. But with the suitable work and polish, they may craft one thing there. What’s actually fascinating is the thought of getting some new titles. While the remasters have been nearer to remakes for my cash, they nonetheless are very a lot constructed on the old fashioned titles. Can Activision and their companions truly create one thing to rival these within the fashionable period? Let’s preserve fingers crossed they will.