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Crash Bandicoot Devs Reassure Nervous Fans That Activision ‘Wants to Invest in New Titles’ in the Franchise

Crash Team Rumble releases today, and for fans worried that the multiplayer title may be the last time they see the orange marsupial, developer Toys For Bob has announced Activision has not given up on the series, reassuring players.

Creative Director Dan Neal said in an interview: VGC Although Toys For Bob has been working on the Call of Duty series for the past two years, Activision is actually backing the studio working on the Crash Bandicoot series. As such, Activision wants to continue investing in new titles starring Crash.

“Obviously there is passion and a core spirit in games, and decades of excellent production at Toys For Bob have proven. It’s not just about what we’re doing, but what Activision has been supportive of and will continue to do, and we want to invest in new titles in this franchise,” said Neil. “They also have a belief that we can do exciting new things.”

Neil also noted that Crash Team Rumble was built on the knowledge and experience that Toys For Bob gained working with the Call of Duty developers, despite the significant differences between the two series. pointed out. He explained that this was due to the studio’s flexibility to accommodate different game genres.

“I think we’ve proven that we’re a really flexible studio. From the history of Toys For Bob’s work, it’s clear that we have people in-house who can turn their hands to Call of Duty and make a good Call of Duty.” The fact is, what the mission is,” said Neil. “We have drawn a lot of knowledge and learning from working with his Call of Duty team and brought it back to our own run on Crash Team His Rumble.”

Also, some fans may be worried about the future of Crash Team Rumble. This is in light of the fact that it’s a live service game that starts microtransactions and seasonal updates during a time when live service games are shutting down left and right. Neil addressed the issue by stating that Toys For Bob will consider saving the game in the future.

Cristina Alexander is a freelance writer at IGN. In the words of Calvin Harris, she expresses her love for Sonic the Hedgehog like a big deal. Follow her on her Twitter @SonicPrincess15.

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