Activision gives priority to Call of Duty: Goodbye Crash and Spyro?

Known for developing Crash Bandicoot 4 and Spyro The Reignited Trilogy among many things, Toys for Bob announced at the decision of Activisionwho for now will no longer work on the franchises we all know but will give his support to the series Call of Duty.

Top priority in Call of Duty: Is it the end for Spyro and Crash?

As reported in a post published on Twitter from Toys for Bobthe firm will now work to support other internal firms of Activision to develop new content for the Call of Duty.

Of course that doesn’t mean that Crash and Spyro be dead forever, only for now Activision he wanted to devote time and money to Warzone as well as other chapters of the series which, as you know, have an annual release frequency.

Toys for Bob is proud to support development for Season 3 of Call of Duty #Warzone, and look forward to more to come. #LETSGO dev squads! # Verdansk84 pic.twitter.com/ERmFSWeaIk

– Toys For Bob (@ToysForBob) April 29, 2021

With a post on Twitter from Andy Robinson of VGC it emerged that Activision he seems to have directed all his studies towards call of Dutyin particular on the Warzone Season 3, recently started. This consequently involves the timely release of new content or fixes, unfortunately at the expense of other franchises that for now will be put to sleep, at least until it is decided to resume them.

I was recently told that virtually every studio at Activision is now working on Call of Duty. https://t.co/Y5TTLwGuqc

– Andy Robinson (@AndyPlaytonic) April 30, 2021

Days ago as we have already anticipated, Activision made the decision to move all resources up call of Dutyconsequently its internal development studies have set to work to offer all possible support to the famous shooter, with new contents and improvements.

The decision of Activision led to a misunderstanding, the news about the closure of Toys for Bob and the dismissal of a large part of the staff, but apparently this is not the case. Today the company commented on this as follows:

The reports on layoffs at Toys for Bob are not correct, there has been no reduction in staff and the development studio is still operational, it is simply currently in the process of offering support to the series call of Dutydespite this he will continue to work on Crash Bandicoot 4.

So even if for now the team will devote time and resources on Warzonein the future it could return to produce new chapters of the series Crash and Spyro.