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However, Microsoft is funding the next Toys for Bob game

However, Microsoft is funding the next Toys for Bob game

The development team behind Skylanders, Spyro, and Crash Bandicoot announced its independence last month. However, that doesn't mean they can't stand under Microsoft's umbrella as a publisher.

Earlier we also reported that Toys for Bob is spun off from Activision Blizzard, They will work as an independent team again. It was known even then that they would remain in close contact with Microsoft and were already working on the next game, the title of which is still a secret.

At the end of February, studio heads Paul Yan and Avery Lodato said that although they would be independent, they were working on a potential agreement with Microsoft. the Windows Central According to his news report, an agreement has been reached between the two companies, which means that the Redmond giant will be responsible for publishing and financing the new title.

The portal cites a source who recently attended a meeting where Matt Booty, head of Xbox Game Studios, personally said that they had reached an agreement with Toys for Bob. However, the title of the co-developed game has not been announced here either, just that “It will be similar to toys that Toys for Bob has made before.”

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