Following reports earlier this year claiming the same, it's now been confirmed that Activision has now got all of its studios on Call of Duty detail.
It's not Crash Bandicoot... or is it?
Raven says they know where the trouble spots are.
"There has not been a reduction in personnel recently at the studio," the company says.
This follows reported lay-offs at Toys for Bob.
The game has no online multiplayer.
Out now for Xbox Series X/S, PS5 and Switch.
DualSense support, Activity Cards and more showcased.
The platformer's eShop listing mentions a file size of 9.4 GB.
Free current-gen upgrades confirmed; PC version due later this year.
Is the purple dragon getting his long-awaited sequel as well?
A mysterious new logo has appeared within the game, possibly hinting at a future instalment.
Digital sales for the platformer ended up lower than that of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy.
More evidence to suggest that the platformer could be headed to the Switch.
Toys for Bob's platformer has met with solid reception since launch.
In a game as dense as this, there's quite a few secrets to find.
Star Wars: Squadrons holds strong in second place.
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Some of the most challenging content in this already-challenging game.
Crash returns in an excellent platformer that expertly marries old ideas with new.