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A New Call of Duty Mobile Game Is In The Works & This Time It Won’t Be Made in China

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Call Of Duty Mobile has been a massive success where the game earned $10 billion for Chinese developer TiMi last year alone. However, a new Call of Duty Mobile game is in the works that is going to be handled by an in-house mobile studio at Activision. 

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Activision has already started to hire for key positions for a studio called Activision Mobile. New job listings show that the next title will indeed be a Call of Duty game for both Android and iOS. The studio is based in Santa Monica, CA and the company has stressed that the new roles will be remote due to the ongoing pandemic. 

Much like the previous Call of Duty Mobile game, the next iteration is said to be free as well and will incorporate in-app purchases as well. A job posting for the System Designer role read “You will work directly with the Creative Leaders to conceptualize, implement, and maintain mobile monetization systems, social systems, and adapt designs based off of live data“.

What we know so far is that the next game will be free-to-play and will have in-game events for live operations and social systems. The job listing does mention what they are looking for in candidates though: “We’re looking for great talent from mobile, console and PC backgrounds passionate about their work, who share our belief in what AAA experiences on mobile can and should be.”

New Call of Duty Mobile Game Is In The Works © MensXP

Activision may have started to hire for new positions to develop the next Call of Duty game which means it’s quite far out as of now. We don’t expect to see the new game anytime soon as Activision may not have started the development process as of now.

What would you like to see in the next Call of Duty mobile game? Would you like it to incorporate different modes and maps from Warzone or would you like it to be a standalone game?

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