Last spring, Crash & Spyro developer Toys for Bob revealed that it had begun working as a Call of Duty support studio, at least in some capacity, with its work on Warzone Season 3. Since then, the team has dropped hints of a brand-new game in the works, however it seems they've already been drafted into the Call of Duty development circle once again.
Prominent Call of Duty leaker TheGhostOfHope claims that Toys for Bob, along with another CoD support team in Beenox, has started work on a new map for Warzone 2.0. The upcoming free-to-play sequel is set to launch in mid-November, with this map then reportedly following in mid-2023.
Right now, this is just a rumour; neither development studio has confirmed working on this Warzone 2.0 map. Still, given the scale of Call of Duty's free-to-play battle royale, and the fact that Toys for Bob has worked on Warzone before, it all sounds very plausible.
Don't get us wrong, we're looking forward to Warzone 2.0 after the first game got a bit messy with Call of Duty: Vanguard's integration. Even so, this all feels like wasted potential for a team that's delivered some great Crash and Spyro games over the years. Here's hoping they're still working on something of their own as well!
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