Toys For Bob, the studio behind Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy, Spyro Reignited Trilogy and Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time, could be looking at a new project. While they'd previously been moved to supporting Call of Duty, new job listings have appeared on their official website.
According to VGC, some of these job listings include Call of Duty on the roles, though there were also some that only list "Toys For Bob." That suggests that the studio might be working on projects that aren't related to the Activision-Blizzard-owned shooter franchise.
Crash Bandicoot Developer Toys For Bob Posts New Job Listings Possibly For Non-Call of Duty Titles
One of those listings which doesn't specify Call of Duty is for a Senior Concept Artist. This role mentioned that he or she will be "working closely with the Concept Art Lead, Art Director, and the art and design staff," but without any specific games or titles being labelled to it.
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