The developer is hiring with a focus on “live operations and content expansion across Call Of Duty”. In the LinkedIn post, Activision states its development teams are “dedicated to mobile”.
Each job listing mentions a mobile title currently in development, although there are no specific references to a Call Of Duty: Warzone port.
Activision also sparked rumours of a mobile Warzone port last year ,after advertising the position of “Executive Producer, Features (WZM)”.
The job listing stated the successful candidate would need to “harvest, adapt and deliver the essential features from Warzone console and PC into their best mobile instantiation”.
Call Of Duty: Warzone is Activision’s take on the battle royale genre, which features large-scale battles between groups of up to 100 players.
Elsewhere, Microsoft‘s May Xbox update has added new changes for Xbox Series X|S consoles, including improvements to the Quick Resume feature.
According to a new Xbox Wire post, the next-generation Xbox consoles will have new improvements to the Quick Resume feature for “improved reliability and faster load times”.