Spyro Demo Cheat Code Programmed Into Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy


Releasing just a few days ago, the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy has proved to be a massive success. The internet won't stop talking about this fuzzy orange bandicoot, and doesn't seem like Activision wants to stop there. 

Discovered by YouTuber  ThornsOfSerenity, we can see that entering the code "Up, Up, Down, Down" on the Crash Bandicoot Warped game file, the cursor disappears. Inputting the code over the other game files does nothing.


Why is this important? Well, in the original version of Crash Bandicoot: Warped you would be greeted with the "Spyro the Dragon Demo" option when you entered the code "Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, Square." Oddly enough, the cursor disappears when you only enter half of the Spyro demo code in the N. Sane Trilogy. 


So what does this mean? Is this just a reference to Spyro? Is it a sign that Spyro will be returning in the same vein as Crash? Or is it an unintentional bug left in the game? Many rumors have been circulating the web for a Spyro trilogy as a result of both Crash Bandicoot's immense success and First4Figures creating both Crash and Spyro statues. Because of the success of the N. Sane Trilogy, the return of Spyro seems more likely than ever.

There's nothing officially confirmed right now. All we know for certain is that for some reason the first half of the Spyro demo code makes the Warped cursor disappear and was most likely intentionally programmed into the game. All we can do is hope that the developers at Vicarious Visions will answer our questions for us soon.