According to the latest reports, virtually every Activision studio are now working on the Call of Duty franchise in some form. These reports come shortly after the announcement that Crash 4 devs are now helping on Warzone.
Toys for Bob have just announced that they are now one of the support studios for the development of Call of Duty: Warzone. The devs who made 2018's Spyro Reignited Trilogy and 2020's Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time, announced the news and said they are "proud to support development for Season 3 of Call of Duty Warzone, and look forward to more to come".
As expected, many players have been shocked by the decision but it seems that Activision's plan is to stick to the franchise that it's making loads of money and that's of course, the mega-popular shooter.
However, the decision to put every studio on the Call of Duty franchise seems a bit extreme to say the least. VGC's reported Andy Robinson has tweeted that according to his sources, virtually every studio is now working on Call of Duty.
"I was recently told that virtually every studio at Activision is now working on Call of Duty," he tweeted.
A couple of weeks ago, rumours surfaced online, stating that the Call of Duty 2021 game is behind the schedule and not in a good shape for the release during holidays 2021. It seems that the game could be delayed to winter, so it's not surprising that Activision have all of their studios working on the franchise.
But, of course, until officially confirmed, these are just rumours so please do take the info with a grain of salt.