Activision’s Toys For Bob studio, know for it’s work on the Crash and Spyro franchises, is now co-developing Call of Duty: Warzone.
On Twitter, the studio stating, “Toys for Bob is proud to support development for Season 3 of Call of Duty Warzone and look forward to more to come.” Raven Software, another co-developer, replied to the tweet , saying “Glad to have you on the project with us.”
Glad to have you on the project with us! 🤜🤛— Raven Software (@RavenSoftware) April 29, 2021
Andy Robinson, a reporter from VGC, said on Twitter he was recently told that “virtually every studio at Activision” is working on Warzone.
The game has garnered over 100 million players so far, and has reportedly brought in hundreds of millions of dollars in microtransactions. It would make sense that Activision would want to keep Warzone in tip-top shape. However, the game has been suffering from cheaters for quite some time, so maybe they need the extra support as well.
The game is worked on by Raven Software, Sledgehammer Games, Beenox, Treyarch, and more. However, this is not uncommon in the gaming industry.
Activision has mentioned it was looking into growing the number of developers that work on each franchise, so, yet again, it’s not surprising that Warzone is getting another co-developer.