Toys For Bob Strikes a Deal with Microsoft for A New Platformer Game


Toys For Bob, the studio behind beloved franchises like Skylanders, Spyro the Dragon, and Crash Bandicoot, has reportedly signed a deal with its former parent company Microsoft.

This news comes just weeks after the studio announced its independence from Activision Blizzard (under Microsoft), following a series of layoffs.

During their separation, the Studio stated that they wanted to “return to their roots of being a small and nimble studio” but “explore a possible partnership” with its former owner.

What Could Toys For Bob’s Next Game Be?

According to a recent report from Windows Central, the studio has now signed a deal with Microsoft to work on a new game.

Xbox Game Studios head Matt Booty has hinted that the studio is working on something similar to its previous work, potentially a platform game featuring a colorful mascot.

Could We See a New Spyro or Crash Bandicoot Game?

Given Toys For Bob’s extensive experience with the Spyro the Dragon and Crash Bandicoot franchises, fans are speculating that the studio’s next project could be a new installment or a remake collection for either of these iconic series.

Both franchises are now owned by Xbox, making them logical choices for Toys For Bob’s next endeavor.

Is a Banjo-Kazooie Revival on the Cards?

However, some fans are speculating (or hoping) for a revival of another beloved Xbox-owned mascot platform game – Banjo-Kazooie.

A fancy remake collection of the bear-and-bird duo’s adventures could be a dream come true for nostalgic gamers.

Of course, these are mere speculations, and official details remain under wraps for now.

Discover more from Gaming Foodle

Subscribe to get the latest posts to your email.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *