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The late ’90s are alive and well in pop culture these days, so it’s not all that surprising we’re getting a souped-up version of the Spyro trilogy. This trio of platformers was made by Insomniac Games and originally hit the original PlayStation between 1998-2000. The new collection contains remasters of Spyro the Dragon, Spyro 2: Ripto’s Rage, and Spyro: Year of the Dragon. The graphics have gotten a complete overhaul, so it should look more like you remember it rather than how it actually looked (not as good!). Spyro Reignited Trilogy is set to launch on November 13 for PS4 and Xbox One.

If you’re all-in on Spyro and want to lock down your copy right now, you’ll probably want to know what your options are. We have you covered below, with information about the pre-order bonuses you can get, as well as what comes in each edition, where you can buy it, and how much it costs. Let’s get to it, shall we?

Pre-Order Bonus

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No universal bonuses will be available for buying Spyro Reignited Trilogy early, but two retailers have exclusive bonuses of their own. Pre-order the game at GameStop, and you’ll receive a free Spyro keychain while supplies last. If you place your pre-order on the PlayStation Store, you’ll get a free Spyro avatar and PS4 theme.

Standard Edition

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Unlike so many games these days, there’s only one edition of Spyro Reignited Trilogy to buy. That makes picking an edition an easy choice. Although you can get pre-order bonuses from GameStop and PlayStation Store, Newegg has the game for $5 less than the competition. Just something to consider.

  • Amazon — $40 — PS4 | Xbox One
  • Best Buy — $40 — PS4 | Xbox One
  • GameStop — $40 — PS4 | Xbox One
  • Microsoft Store — $40 — Xbox One
  • Newegg — $35 — PS4 | Xbox One
  • PlayStation Store — $40 — PS4
  • Target — $40 — PS4 | Xbox One
  • Walmart — $40 — PS4 | Xbox One

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