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.”

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.