Call of Duty: Warzone apparently requires all arms on deck for its third season and as such, developer Toys for Bob will now be aiding content material growth for the battle royale mayhem.
Taking to Twitter earlier right this moment, Toys for Bob introduced that it was “proud to help growth” for the third season of Warzone and that followers ought to “look ahead to extra to come back” within the close to future.
— Toys For Bob (@ToysForBob) April 29, 2021
The announcement nevertheless has birthed just a few issues. Toys for Bob helmed not solely the Spyro Reignited Trilogy but additionally Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time. With writer Activision assigning the studio to the Call of Duty franchise, questions are being raised on the way forward for the Crash and Spyro franchises.
Several senior staffers have already exited Toys for Bob however which can or might not be linked to the brand new Call of Duty assignments. Earlier right this moment, character designer and illustrator Nicholas Kole, who labored on each of the current Spyro and Crash installments, confirmed that he and plenty of others have been let go.
In addition, sport designer Blake Maloof additionally confirmed that he had left Toys for Bob “on [his] personal phrases.”
It’s the top of an period, however I want my former coworkers nonetheless with TFB all one of the best with what’s forward!
— Nicholas Kole (@FromHappyRock) April 30, 2021
I now not work at Toys for Bob… 😥 https://t.co/58NbuvSbZz
— Blake the Non-Binary Robot (@nonbinary_robot) April 29, 2021
Activision now has practically all of its main studios engaged on Call of Duty. Infinity Ward, Treyarch, Sledgehammer Games, Raven Software, and High Moon Studio have been already concerned. Toys for Bob is the most recent addition to the household and so is Beenox for that matter.
Beenox was lately rumored to have been given the reins to work on a new Spyro 4 game which was initially tasked to Vicarious Visions, which in flip is now engaged on the Diablo franchise after its merger with Blizzard.