Toys For Bob reportedly suffers layoffs because it strikes to assist Name of Obligation Warzone


Replace: Activision has denied that there was any downsizing at Toys for Bob.

“Studies of layoffs at Toys For Bob are incorrect,” a consultant instructed “There has not been a discount in personnel lately on the studio. The event group is working absolutely and has plenty of full-time job openings right now. The studio is worked up to proceed supporting Crash Bandicoot 4: It is About Time, and extra lately present extra growth assist to Name of Obligation: Warzone.”

Authentic story: Activision-owned studio Toys For Bob has reportedly dismissed an unknown variety of workers.

The layoffs seem to have occurred because the developer has shifted to assist growth for Name of Obligation Warzone, having introduced its involvement on the sport by way of Twitter yesterday.

Nicholas Kole — a personality designer who was contracted to work with Toys For Bob on Crash Bandicoot Four till January this 12 months — shared the information, and known as it “the top of an period.”

Responding to a different Twitter consumer, Kole added that “everybody I interfaced with and labored alongside was let go” however added that “it isn’t a completely [sic] shuttering.”

It is not identified what number of different staff have been affected, though Blake Maloof — who labored on the studio as a sport designer for greater than decade — indicated that they’ve additionally been made redundant.

It is also unclear whether or not Toys For Bob’s function on Name of Obligation is just for Season three of Warzone, or if it is everlasting. has reached out to Activision for extra remark and clarification.

Most, if not all, of Activision’s studios now work on Name of Obligation, following this shift for Toys For Bob and the choice to merge Tony Hawk’s developer Vicarious Visions into Blizzard.

Earlier this week, it was introduced Activision Blizzard exec Johanna Faries has taken over as the final supervisor for the Name of Obligation franchise.

Toys For Bob was initially based in 1989, with 1990’s sci-fi traditional Star Management as its debut launch. It additionally created and developed the Skylanders franchise.

In more moderen years, the group developed the Spyro Reignited Trilogy, the Change model of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, and final 12 months’s Crash Bandicoot 4: It is About Time.

Extra reporting by Brendan Sinclair.

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