Call of Duty Warzone is being a success in the online ecosystem of PC and consoles, which has led Activision to strengthen the support of free to play. One of the studios whose role would now focus on Warzone is Toys for Bob, creators of Spyro Reignited Trilogy or Crash Bandicoot 4, although it seems that the information given on Friday not confirmed.
Last Friday we told you that Activision would have fired several Toys for Bob workers, focusing the study on supporting Call of Duty Warzone. This situation was also denounced by a former studio designer … but Activision has denied this information with an official statement.
As reported by the MP1ST media, Activision Blizzard denies that there have been layoffs and salary cuts at Toys for Bob. In addition, it indicates that the study will continue to work on sagas such as Spyro or Crash, as well as in new content for Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time, beyond supporting Warzone.
”Reports of layoffs at Toys For Bob they are wrong. There has been no recent staff reduction in the study. The development team is fully functional and has several full-time job openings at the moment. The studio is pleased in continuing to support Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time and, most recently, providing additional development support to Call of Duty: Warzone”
It is not the first time that the company of Bobby kotick is involved in controversy. A few months ago they refused to agree to a deal on breaking the gender and race pay gap. Last week we also told you that the CEO of Activision had cut his salary in half, another sign that changes are taking place in the American company.
According to this recent statement, Toys for Bob’s role with Call of Duty Warzone it would be temporary, and even the study would be open to hiring in order to support Crash 4 and future content and titles in the series. However, the community is not optimistic about this issue, and former Toys for Bob workers continue to denounce this situation.
To date, the latest Toys for Bob video game is Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time, which initially saw the light of day. on PS4, Xbox One and PC, and later came out in Nintendo Switch, PS5 and Xbox Series X | S. It is rumored that we could see a Spyro 4 in the future … is it true?
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