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You Can Toggle Between The New Redone Soundtrack And The Original Soundtrack In Spyro Reignited Trilogy


Spyro Reignited Trilogy, the remake from the ground-up served to be a faithful remaster of the first three Spyro The Dragon games, will have a new redone soundtrack that’s based from the original tunes composed by Stewart Copeland. However, if you prefer the soundtracks untouched and left as is, then good news.

Announced at San Diego Comic Con, it is confirmed that all the original soundtrack as they appeared in the first three games will also be available for players to toggle on instead of the new redone soundtrack. The new changes are pretty subtle for those unfamiliar with the original soundtrack, which on some tracks sounds like it’s ripped straight out of The Amanda Show (same composer), but it’s a nice touch for the old fans that prefers the original composition of the songs.

In addition, Copeland will also be adding a new song just for the Reignited Trilogy, a snippet of which can be heard here.

Two levels from Spyro 2 have been recently shown, one for Colossus and another for Idol Springs.

Spyro Reignited Trilogy will jump, glide and hover to stores on September 21st for the PS4 and Xbox One.