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Tony Hawk, Crash Bandicoot, and five new Call of Duty games claimed to be in the works at Activision

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Activision is developing multiple new titles in a number of its biggest franchises, including Call of Duty, Crash Bandicoot, and Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, claims a new leak from YouTuber TheGamingRevolution (opens in new tab)

According to the Twitter account, which has form with Activision leaks, the publisher is working on remasters of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater (opens in new tab), Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (opens in new tab), in addition to a PvP Crash game, a free to play Call of Duty game from Call of Duty: WW2 (opens in new tab) developer Sledgehammer, a sequel to this year's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (opens in new tab) reboot, and a Call of Duty 2020 (opens in new tab) installment, rumored to be developed by Treyarch. 

We contacted Activision and they informed us that they do not comment on rumour and speculation.

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Now it should go without saying that leaks of this kind should be taken with a huge pinch of salt. The reason that this is worth paying attention to is that the existence of most of these titles have already been spotted in previous rumours and leaks (check out PlayStation's tease of a new Crash game last year (opens in new tab)), in addition to Activision's own previous admission (opens in new tab) that it was hoping to remaster more of its most beloved titles following the success of Crash Bandicoot N.Sane Trilogy (opens in new tab) and the Sypro Reignited Trilogy (opens in new tab)

Most of these projects, says TheGamingRevolution, are expect to release either this year or in 2021, though with E3 2020 cancelled (opens in new tab) due to public health concerns, it's now unclear when or where Activision plans to announce any or all of them. 

We also don't know whether these titles are planned for current-gen hardware or, with the release of PS5 (opens in new tab) and Xbox Series X (opens in new tab) scheduled for later this year, will be next-gen exclusives. We'll keep you updated if and when we hear anything more, either official or otherwise, so stay tuned to GamesRadar in the meantime. 

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Alex Avard
Alex Avard

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