There's no question that Activision struck nostalgic gold with its Crash Bandicoot and Spyro the Dragon remakes. The N. Sane Trilogy, Reignited Trilogy, and the recent Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled have all been big sellers, so it makes total sense that the publisher will be chasing more retro-tinged games later down the line, as well as potentially making all new content for the pair of platforming heroes.
In a recent earnings call, Activision president Rob Kostich had high praise for the remakes, citing a "fantastic" response from players and a "big impact on bottom line". He says there's a big opportunity to "think about totally new content within these IPs", implying the publisher is gearing up for all-new Crash and Spyro adventures.
Kostich also states the company's intent to produce remasters of its other dormant properties. There's no hint as to what these might be.
It's all pretty obvious stuff, we suppose, but it's good to know this won't be the last we see of the bandicoot and the dragon. Do you want Activision to double down on Crash, Spyro, and other retro remakes? What other IPs would you want to see revived? Let us know in the comments below.