Activision reportedly developing Call Of Duty, Crash Bandicoot and Tony Hawk's Pro Skater games

Game developers at Activision have been working on some pretty exciting projects and have a jam-packed next year or so ahead of them.

Activision has no doubt cemented themselves as a true powerhouse in the world of game development and has an impressive catalogue of popular franchises under their belts; Call Of Duty, Crash Bandicoot and who can forget about Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater?

Arguably the most popular franchise under the Activision umbrella, Call Of Duty generally gets a new release annually; this being said YouTuber ‘TheGamingRevolution has boldly laid claim that Activision has ‘multiple’ COD games planned.

This is in addition to the standard 2020 release currently being developed by Treyarch.

Rumours are rife within the gaming community and there is also talk of a sequel to the 2019’s Modern Warfare reboot – likely to be around 2021 as well as a completely remastered edition to 2009’s Modern Warfare 2.

Call Of Duty essentially sells itself at this point and so Activision may need to air on the side of caution in terms of keeping ideas fresh and original for the fanbase that has supported the first-person shooter franchise since the early 2000s.

The gaming community will also be lit up by the news of not one but two new potential Crash Bandicoot games, reports suggest one of these could be something of a PvP-style game, the other a potential remastered version of 2002’s Wrath of Cortex.

One of the biggest rumours hitting the mill and possibly the most pleasing to the ears of gaming fans across the globe is the revival of Tony Hawks Pro Skater.

If you’re a 90’s kid, then that one’s probably for you.

It is, of course, important to take these rumours with a pinch of salt, however that being said 2020 looks set to be a huge year for the gaming community with 2021 set to be even bigger!

Watch this space but there seems to be a lot up Activision’s sleeve so we will have to see what is in store for all the true gamers out there patiently awaiting the worlds biggest future releases.

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