FromCall of Duty Mobile to Call of Duty: Warzone, Activision is now preparing to launch the latter for the Apple iPhone and iPad. With that, the company announced that they are looking for talent to help them bring the game to mobile.
'Call of Duty: Warzone' to Come for Android and iOS
According to the story by GamingOnPhone, after gaining more than 75 million players ever since its March 2020 release, Call of Duty: Warzone is now coming to mobile for Android and iOS. The new game will bring "AAA experience for players" on mobile, according to the publication.
Activision tweeted out that they are finally buildingCall of Duty: Warzone for mobile. The reason for the post was actually to look for talent to join the team describing it as "exciting roles across the development and publishing teams."
We are building Call of Duty® Warzone™ for mobile! Apply today for exciting roles across the development and publishing teams!More Information Here: https://t.co/3C39S1ITeI pic.twitter.com/J0rOw5W7eO— Activision (@Activision) March 10, 2022
'COD' Plans to Bring Core Members to the Team
As per the official post fromCall of Duty, they will be bringing the "thrilling, fluid, and large-scale action" of the popular Activision game to players on the go or mobile gamers. In addition, the post invites individuals to join their award-winning team of different mobile veterans and emerging talent with their "ambitious mission."
The post states that they are looking for different roles stretching from production to engineering, marketing, design, art, and much more. The post states that they are looking for passionate fans, game-makers, and also good people to join the company's diverse team to build what they described as the next mobile gaming experience that's world-class.
Activision Hiring Different Mobile Positions
The post redirects to the Activision job posting page. The directly linked page included postings like Mobile Security Engineer, Product Manager, Mobile, Game Designer, Mobile, Director, Digital Marketing, Manager, Influencer Marketing - Mobile, and more.
The jobs posted range from programming, production, art, design, marketing, and business intelligence spreading throughout different locations and including remote work locations. The only positions available as per the page were all full-time positions and regular jobs.
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68 Positions Available on Activision
As of writing, there were 68 positions available, ranging from the United States and Spain, Canada, China, and Sweden. As per GamingOnPhone,COD WarzoneMobile is estimated to generate a lot of hype, especially since another Activision game, the Call of Duty Mobile, did well, even joining the ranks of other top games like Valorant and Apex Legends Mobile.
The publication notes that there is still not much information regarding the game, and the job posting could have served a dual purpose. One purpose was to genuinely look for new talent, while the other would be to hype up the game as well.
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