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Warzone is officially coming to mobile as Activision begins hiring
It’s unclear when the game will launch
Activision has begun to hire for a mobile port of popular free-to-play battle royale title Call of Duty Warzone.
According to a job listing on the Call of Duty website, the publisher is “creating an all-new, AAA mobile experience that will bring the thrilling, fluid and the large-scale action of Call of Duty: Warzone to players on the go.”
The listing continues: “From production roles to engineering, design, art, marketing, and more, we’re looking for skilled game-makers, passionate fans, and genuinely awesome people to join our diverse team, inspired to deliver the next world-class mobile gaming experience to fans”.
The following positions are open on the project:
- Network Programmers
- System Programmers
- UI Programmers
- UI Artists
- Sr. Producer
- Associate Producer
- Sr. Project Manager
- Product Manager
VGC previously reported that a mobile version of Warzone was in development, and that it had been added to the database of PlaytestCloud, a platform that offers playtesting services to mobile game creators.
In August, Activision confirmed the formation of an internal mobile game development studio called Solid State, which was established to develop a new entry in the Call of Duty series.
It later confirmed that Beenox, Activision Shanghai and Digital Legends, which was acquired by Activision last year, had also been working on the new Call of Duty mobile game throughout 2021.
After Solid State was revealed by a series of job adverts, Activision officially acknowledged the formation of the studio during its second quarter earnings call in August.
The company launched free-to-play series entries Call of Duty Mobile in November 2019 and Warzone in March 2020. The former has been downloaded over 500 million times and the latter has attracted over 100 million players on consoles and PC, according to the publisher.