Even if Activision can count on the rather beefy performances of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone, there is no question of twiddling your thumbs in 2020. During the call to investors following the financial results, we learned that there would be something new … with old.
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This is the chief financial officer of Activision Blizzard, Dennis Durkin, who made this statement about the group's calendar for the rest of 2020, which will notably offer players test phases for Diablo Immortal and most certainly the final release of Crash Bandicoot Mobile:
For the second half of the year, our schedule includes a new "premium" Call of Duty, two games based on licenses from the Activision catalog and the Shadowlands extension for World of Warcraft
Two titles in known IP? But what could it be? We know that Activision likes to recall its desire to continue on the path of remastering – the public having been there with Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, Spyro Reignited Trilogy and Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled.
Rumor has it that Crash Bandicoot: Cortex's Revenge either being restored. And professional skateboarder Jason Dill sold the wick about a new Tony Hawk's Pro Skater which also should see the light this year. But isn't this also the time for Guitar Hero to make a come ba … OK, I said nothing.