Activision Will Release Two Unannounced Games Based on Existing Franchises in 2020


Activision recently presented its financial results for the last fiscal quarter. There the company took the opportunity to advance some of its plans. Among them is the launching of two unannounced games based on existing franchises sometime in 2020.

In the presentation, Dennis Durkin, the chief financial officer of Activision, discussed the future launch plans of Activision. There he noted that, for the second half of 2020, he has plans to launch 2 games of existing franchises. It is worth mentioning that with these games the company is not referring to the new Call of Duty.

“Turning to the second half of the year, our planned slate includes a new Call of Duty premium title, two releases based on our extensive library of IP from Activision, and Blizzard’s Shadowlands expansion for World of Warcraft,” Durkin explained.

As you can imagine, Activision has not confirmed what will be the games that will be part of its releases for 2020. However, there are several rumors that can tell us what they would be.

What happened is that for a long time there are rumors that Activision is working on a new installment of Crash Bandicoot. Long-time fans of Crash Bandicoot should also get excited about these projects, since it means that Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex will be remastered and another game from the marsupial would be on the way and would be multiplayer.

Additionally, there are several clues that indicate a new installment of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater is in development.

And what do you think, what would you like to be the releases that Activision is talking about? Tell us in the comments below.