A brand new ‘Call of Duty Mobile’ is in development!

Since its initial release, Call of Duty Mobile has become a massive hit. But now, it looks a new title might arrive soon from Activision.

A recent job listing from Activision suggests that a brand new Call of Duty Mobile game may release in the future. And it might be a separate one from the existing version.

‘Call of Duty Mobile’: What to expect from the new project?

On its main website, Activision recently posted lots of new positions for suitable candidates. They will belong to the studio located in Santa Monica.

Just like the current game, the yet-to-be-announced project will launch for both iOS and Android platforms.

The hiring portal also indicates that all the employees will work from home upon selection due to the ongoing pandemic.

Speaking of the listed roles, then one is of System Designer. Under this, the qualifying candidates will work directly with the Creative Leaders.

They will basically conceptualize, implement, and maintain monetization systems and also the social systems. In addition, they will further adapt designs based on the live data.

Currently, there is no other detail available about the new Call of Duty Mobile. But yes, it will be free-to-play while having in-game events consisting of live operations and social systems.

The AAA title will indeed prove to be exceptional.

Because as per the job listing, Activision’s new studio is looking for passionate and talented individuals. This means that the entire team will focus on making it the next big entry in the celebrated franchise.

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Video games in 2021

Activision plans to release a revamped version of its mobile game, and there are many other promising names to watch out for in this calendar.

Die-hard gaming enthusiasts are currently looking forward to many of the potential heavyweights. Some of them are Halo Infinite, Far Cry 6, and Dying Light 2.

Little Devil Inside, GhostWire: Tokyo, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, New World, Stray, and Deathloop are also on the list.

The line-up extends even further with the likes of Humankind, Back 4 Blood, Scarlet Nexus, and Horizon Forbidden West.

Life Is Strange: True Colors, Psychonauts 2, No More Heroes 3, Shadow Warrior 3, and Cyber Shadow are other crucial launches.

What do you think about all the anticipated games launching this year? Are you excited and hyped for them?

And which one of them is on the top of your wishlist?

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