Call of Duty brings more Battle Royale action to Android with Warzone

And Activision is actively recruiting for the game


Activision announced its plans to create a new full-scale Call of Duty game for mobile. Just like Call of Duty Mobile, this upcoming game is also a battle royale title, although this time around the focus is on battle royale gameplay, and that’s because this upcoming game will exist in as a native mobile interpretation of Call of Duty: Warzone. What’s crazy is that Activision announced the game at the same time as the announcement that the company was looking to hire people to work on the title (and there’s a long list of positions), which means that the mobile version of Call of Duty: Warzone is far from ready, so it would seem that no lessons were learned from Blizzard (an Activision subsidiary) announcing Diablo Immortal several years too early. .


So far, there’s very little to go on since this is a new announcement for a game that’s just starting to develop. Activision says it’s aiming for a AAA experience, which is somewhat believable when Call of Duty Mobile is always very appreciated, and even I had fun with it. Of course, the existing PC and console versions of Call of Duty: Warzone also enjoyed rave reviews (if OpenCritic is anything to go by), so there’s a chance Activision will deliver a quality experience whenever the mobile rendition of Call of Duty: Warzone hits Android and iOS.

All in all, this is just the beginning, with Activision actively recruiting many of the roles needed to develop a AAA gaming experience. Whether the company delivers or not is another matter, but so far Activision is doing well with Call of Duty Mobile with over 100 million downloads on the Play Storeso let’s hope the company doesn’t fall victim to an endless development cycle (like Blizzard’s Diablo Immortal) and puts the mobile version of Call of Duty: Warzone in our hands within the next two years.

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