As can be seen from a job advertisement, Activision is probably working on a mobile version of the Battle Royale hit.
Activision is working on Call of Duty: Warzones for smartphones
Activision is currently planning to bring its own Call of Duty hit “Warzone” to mobile platforms such as smartphones and tablets. This information comes from a recent job posting on the Call of Duty website.
Various positions in the areas of production, technology, design, art and marketing are filled for development. Logically, the job description does not provide more information about the mobile offshoot of the Battle Royale hit – the mobile game will probably be at a fairly early stage.
Here is the translated job posting:
“We are developing an all-new, AAA mobile experience that brings the immersive, fluid, large-scale action of Call of Duty: Warzone to players on the go.
Join our growing, award-winning team of Mobil veterans and emerging talent on this ambitious mission. We are looking for experienced employees for all aspects of game development. This large-scale battle royale experience is being developed natively for mobile using cutting-edge technology to entertain players around the world for years to come.
From production to engineering, design, art, marketing and more, we’re looking for game makers, passionate fans and truly amazing people to join our diverse team to bring fans the next world-class mobile gaming experience.
We have several incredible opportunities across multiple in-house studios including Solid State Studios, Beenox, Digital Legends and Demonware.”
Call of Duty: Series will be on hiatus in 2023