Nine studios are working on Call of Duty at once

Activision Blizzard has updated the official website for the Call of Duty franchise. From now on, fans can see the updated logo, which is owned by California-based Toys For Bob.

Note that Toys For Bob is best known for developing Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time. However, it was recently revealed that the team will be helping to release new content for Call of Duty: Warzone Battle Royale, which is being developed by Raven Software.

Interestingly, some time ago there was information that Activision Blizzard threw all its forces into work on Call of Duty. The following studios are currently working on the game: Treyarch, Raven Software, High Moon Studios, Beenox, Sledgehammer Games, DemonWare, Infinity Ward, Activision Shanghai Studio and Toys For Bob.

As a reminder, Activision Blizzard has 37 different studios, offices and internal divisions scattered around the world. Some studios are also divided into several teams (DemonWare has offices in Shanghai and Vancouver), while other teams are devoid of any independence. For example, the official website of Activision Blizzard still has a section with the studio Vicarios Visions, which has already become part of Blizzard.

It is likely that even more studios are working on the game than indicated on the company's website. Suffice it to recall that the development of Call of Duty: Mobile is the responsibility of the TiMi Studios team, which is managed by the Chinese company Tencent.

Activision Blizzard is expected to release the next installment of Call of Duty in 2021, which is being worked on by the reassembled studio Sledgehammer Games.