Call of Duty: Warzone publisher refutes Toys For Bob’s waiver statement

Call of Duty: Warzone publisher refutes Toys For Bob’s waiver statement

It’s worth noting that there’s always room for misinterpretation over what Kole said, but Activision Blizzard has clarified the situation regardless. — Nicholas Kole (@FromHappyRock) April 30, 2021 Crash Bandicoot 4 launched on PC on March 26 months after coming to PlayStation and Xbox in October 2020.

According to Nicholas Kole’s Linkedn, he worked with the studio as a character designer on Crash 4 and the Spyro Reignited trilogy, but left the studio in January of this year. In reply to someone who said they were happy the team was still getting work, he then said: “Same! everyone I interfaced with and worked along was let go, I’m very glad it’s not totally shuttering.”

Same! Altho everyone I interfaced with and worked along was let go, I’m very glad it’s not a totally shuttering Toys For Bob initially confirmed on Twitter that it is supporting development on the battle royale game last week. This led a former freelance character designer for the studio to tweet that it was the “end of an era”.

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Not long before that, Activision Blizzard confirmed that more than 100 million players had played the game. Hm, yeah, I can see why the team might need support to serve that many players with ambitious ideas. Call of Duty: Warzone, meanwhile, has just kicked off its third season with an event that saw Verdansk blow up, which caused some issues for the game’s servers.

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