Last weekend, our Games Industry colleagues reported that the developers of the very good Crash Bandicoot 4 It’s About Time were going through complicated times. Some of the information has been disputed by the parent company.
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Our mines scowled again a few days ago, when we learned that Toys For Bob saw its life force transferred to the development of the next season of Call of Duty Warzone, with a supplement referred for the less fortunate.
Activision a contact Games Industry, from which started the information relaying, among other things, the words of the character designer Nicholas Kole, to make the necessary corrections.
Toys For Bob layoff announcements are incorrect. There has been no recent staff reduction at the studio. The development team is fully functioning and has a number of full time job openings at the moment. The studio is excited to continue supporting Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time and, more recently, to provide additional Call of Duty: Warzone development support.
The studio, the origin of Pandemonium and Skylanders, which has been able to plunge us back into the worlds of Spyro and Crash, is therefore in good health for the moment. But nothing confirms that all the employees of the company in activity since 1989 are delighted to be passed on support for a Battle Royale Free to Play which is a hit. As for the runoff.