A brand new AAA game is in the works at Blizzard

The team at Blizzard seems to be working on a new AAA title at the moment. However, it’s not the next Call of Duty entry.

As of now, the unannounced AAA game is expected to be a multiplayer project from Blizzard. Recent job listings by its senior artist John Cox revealed the big news.

He made a tweet in which he shared 16 job roles.

Early details on the new Blizzard game

Senior Artist at Blizzard, John Cox, shared his tweet in which he presented the applications’ positions. Plus, he also wrote that developers would work on an “unannounced AAA multiplayer project.” It will be for the consoles and PC.

Some of the job roles showing up on Blizzard’s Career website are for Combat Designer, Level Designer, and Senior System Designer.

The Combat Designer will go into “broad, extensive player experience with FPS and action games, both single-player and online.”

A role for Senior 3D Environment Artist is also on the list. It demands someone who can combine old art aesthetics with “next-gen 3D authoring techniques.”

It’s for creating a different visual textured style for various types of environments.

The listing for the Lead Designer requires a person who “will create epic, memorable worlds.”

Going by the details mentioned above, it’s clear that the AAA game will be an FPS title. And it will have both the online and offline mode, with options of exploring huge locations.

Interestingly, the listing also suggested that an unannounced mobile game might be in the works as well.

New video games in 2021

Meanwhile, the gaming life never settles down with one title at a time. Players always lookout for new options to try. And this year is also packed with a lot of big releases that will surely end up delighting them.

Speaking of upcoming video games in 2021, then some of the most-awaited games are Resident Evil VillageGod of War: Ragnarok, and the new COD installment.

Halo Infinite, Far Cry 6, Deathloop, Monster Hunter Rise, Horizon Forbidden West, and STALKER 2 are also highly anticipated.

However, that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to this year’s launches.

The vast line-up also includes Balan Wonderworld, GhostWire: Tokyo, Bravely Default 2, and Returnal. Other exciting titles to watch out for are Kena: Bridge of Spirits, Humankind, Riders Republic, and Stray.

Several recently revealed games to launch later in 2021 are The Day BeforeGlitchpunk, and Etched Memories.

Coming back to Blizzard and its unannounced AAA project, official news might arrive during next year’s BlizzCon event.


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