Activision’s Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy has been successful since it was first released back in June. Now, it looks like the video game publisher is seriously considering to remaster more of its “classic” IPs.

Activision recently discussed the success of the N. Sane Trilogy during a post-earnings conference call with investors. Activision CEO Eric Hirshberg said they knew Crash has a passionate audience, but admitted it’s hard to tell the difference between a loud minority and  a real mass audience. Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy was able to surpass all of their expectations by a “pretty wide margin,” Hirshberg said.

No specific sales figures were given, but the N. Sane Trilogy was very clearly a huge success. The remastered trilogy became the top-selling console game in June, and it’s also currently the top-selling PlayStation 4 game on PSN in the United States and in Europe, as pointed out by GameSpot.

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Hirshberg also told investors Activision wasn’t really new when it comes to remastering older titles. He says that remasters are the product of Activision’s core strategy of listening to communities and fans and simply offering them content that they want.

“We think we have other great IPs in our portfolio that we're considering, of course, but this isn't new behavior for us. We've already shown the power that is Modern Warfare Remastered [and] Zombies Chronicles, and Crash Bandicoot is obviously another great example,” Hirshberg said.

“So this is a strategy that clearly has our attention, and while there are no new announcements today, I think you can be confident there will be more activity like this in the future with more great IP," he said. "The other opportunity beyond remasters is to look at some of our classic IP and ask whether or not it can be reborn on a new platform, like what we're doing with Skylanders on mobile. Our IP library is an asset that, when done right, can be very powerful.”

As noted in GameSpot’s report, Activision already has a new remaster coming out this month with StarCraft: Remastered.  The game is slated for an Aug. 14 release, and features improved graphics and some modern features.

Aside from that, what other classic IPs can Activision remaster? One of the most popular suggestions from fans right now is a remaster of Spyro the Dragon.

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The original game was on PlayStation in 1998, and it spawned two sequels; one in 1999 and another in 2000. The Spyro series will also be celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2018, so the timing appears to be perfect as pointed out by Eurogamer.

Spyro hasn’t had a standalone solo adventure on consoles since 2008’s The Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon. However, Spyro is still around thanks to the Skylanders series.

Although Spyro appears to be the top candidate to get the remaster treatment from Activision, the video game publisher could still look at other classic titles instead. There really is no way to tell what Activision plans on doing, but it sure looks like fans should expect more remasters coming soon.