Following on the heels that Toys for Bob is now working on Call of Duty Warzone, it has now emerged that Activision has brought in many more of its studios to work on the multi-million selling first-person shooter franchise.
That’s according to VGC’s Andy Robinson, who had the following to share on Twitter.
I was recently told that virtually every studio at Activision is now working on Call of Duty. https://t.co/Y5TTLwGuqc
— Andy Robinson (@AndyPlaytonic) April 30, 2021
While Robinson did not go into any further details, we can assume from his claims that studios including Activision Shanghai, Beenox, Demonware, High Moon Studios, Infinity Ward, Raven Software, Sledgehammer Games and Treyarch are all involved in Call of Duty to some degree.
Of those, we already know that Raven Software, Sledgehammer and Infinity Ward are involved in Call of Duty development. Sledgehammer is believed to be behind this year’s entry.
Obviously, Activision has only announced that Toys for Bob is involved in the series at this point, but given rumors that Call of Duty 2021 is apparently having some problems regarding last-generation technology, it wouldn’t be surprising if more developers had climbed on board to help.
The new Call of Duty game could have its reveal later in the year due to Activision focussing on Season 3 of CoD: Warzone and Black Ops Cold War.
[Source – Andy Robinson on Twitter]