Activision has had a great deal of success with remasters of its classic games, and there are plenty of titles in the company’s catalogue that fans want to get the same treatment. During yesterday’s earnings call, the company told investors that it has “a lot of IP” that fans are interested in seeing make a comeback, and that they should “stay tuned for some future announcements.”

After the success of the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, which “sold through over 10 million copies,” CEO Bobby Kotick says that these releases “are obviously having a big impact on our bottom line and a real impact there, but I’d say what’s really important is that it’s reaffirming the enduring nature of these franchises for us.”

Kotick says that “when you look at our IP library, we think there’s a lot of IP in there the fans are going to want to experience again. So now what I’d say stay tuned for some future announcements.” (Separately, Activision also says that new IP initiatives are in place, so the company’s not relying solely on the old stuff.)

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