Toys for Bob and Activision’s “Spyro Reignited Trilogy” is now the subject of complaints by fans who are awaiting the release of the physical edition this September. Apparently, it was found out that the physical copy does not come with the second and third games of the famous series.

At the start of this month, Twitter user Wario64 shared what he discovered upon taking a closer look at the box art for the PS4 and Xbox versions of the “Spyro Reignited Trilogy.” The video game enthusiast found out that the box art says the second and third games require internet download. has also caught wind of the same thing and reached out to Activision for clarification. A representative then confirmed to the news site that the physical copy does not include the second and third games in the series.

“The global launch date of ‘Spyro Reignited Trilogy’ is Sept. 21; and we’re excited for fans to play all three reignited games on that day,” the rep said. “As with most games today, downloading an update after purchase is quite common. The language on packaging and on the web is to let players know the requirements for ‘Spyro Reignited Trilogy.’”

Some fans have since expressed their disappointment after hearing the news. They deem it as an unusual move considering that the “Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy” came with all three games on the disc and with later levels added via DLC. The additional levels are also now included in the newer copies of the game.

For Reddit user NauseousPenguin, this defeats the purpose of purchasing a physical copy. “So there’s no point in owning a physical copy, then … You can’t fully own a digital copy as long as it’s tied to the storefront’s DRM, and now you can’t actually play the physical version without a patch.”

Simply put, when “Spyro Reignited Trilogy” servers are eventually shut down, those who bought the physical edition won’t be able to play the second and third games. Moreover, downloadable content would be a big problem for players without easy access to the internet or those with limited connections, according to Eurogamer.

What do you think of this issue? Tell us in the comments below.