Activision Has Multiple Unannounced Games In Development, Including Crash, Tony Hawk, Call of Duty, and More – Rumour

Multiple Call of Duty and Crash Bandicoot games, in addition to other projects, seem to be in the works.


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Activision’s lineup of upcoming games has been the subject of much speculation of late, and a new report by TheGamingRevolution on Twitter – who have accurately leaked information about Call of Duty in the past, including Modern Warfare and the recently released Warzone – sheds light on some more projects that might possibly be in the works at the company.

Apparently, Activision are currently working on many more Call of Duty games. One of these is the next mainline sequel due out this year, allegedly codenamed Project Zeus. Call of Duty 2020 is something they’ve already publicly talked about, and rumours have suggested that it is going to be a Black Ops reboot in vein of last year’s Modern Warfare.

The second Call of Duty game is reportedly in development at Sledgehammer Games, and is scheduled for a 2021 release. Interestingly enough, it’s supposedly another free-to-play game. The third Call of Duty game is Modern Warfare 2 Remastered, which is something else we’ve been hearing rumblings about of late. TheGamingRevolution also stated in a separate tweet that the sequel to Modern Warfare (2019) is also in development (as you may have expected).

Multiple Crash Bandicoot games are also seemingly in the works. One of these is a PvP game, and the other is a remaster of the 2001 title Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex (which was the first game in the series to not be developed by Naughty Dog). No mention is made of the mobile Crash endless runner that got leaked some time back.

The leak also mentions a Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater Remastered- recent reports have made mention of a new Tony Hawk game as well. Interestingly enough, not too long ago, Activision mentioned that they have several “remastered” and “reimagined” titles in development, and all of this seems to be falling in line with that.

In a separate tweet, TheGamingRevolution also mentioned that Activision are also working on a new IP that they see as a replacement for Destiny- but provided no other information.

Given that this is all coming from unofficial channels, take this with a grain of salt for now. Do stay tuned though, and we’ll keep you updated on any new info that comes our way.


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