When we got word that Toys for Bob would be assisting in the development of Call of Duty, we were understandably concerned. It didn't help that many key developers inside the studio departed not long after the announcement. It seemed the future of Crash Bandicoot was up in the air, but a new tease gives us a tiny bit of hope.
Over on Instagram, Crash Bandicoot's voice actor, Scott Whyte, shared an image of himself and Neo Cortex voice talent Lex Lang. The pair are seen on a video call, in what Whyte describes, "working together on a fun new project". He does also say that "this one is not another Crash game", but adds "or is it?"
Which one is it, Whyte!?
While it's entirely possible this could be a brand new project, Activision confirmed to VGC that the studio would still be continuing to support Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time. With the game already out in the wild and a next-gen version available, it's hard to imagine what else the team could be working on besides new content.
Whyte's playful post could be taken either way, but with Activision confirming that Crash isn't dead and the two voice actors coming together, we're remaining hopeful that it is indeed something related.
What do you think Whyte could be teasing? Let us know in the comments below.