Developer Blizzard Entertainment may be working on a Monitoring mobile game, as a recent job posting at the company suggests.
The possibility stems from a recent post for “Product Manager, Mobile Projects” (as spotted by Dexerto), which lists Monitoring alongside a host of other Blizzard titles that potential candidates for the role would work on.
The post, which will be based at Blizzard’s headquarters in Irvine, Calif., says the new recruit “will be working on multiple titles: Diablo, Overwatch, Hearthstone, and many other fantastic games.
While Foyer is effectively a mobile-first title anyway, as is the next Diablo Immortal – slated for Android and iOS release in 2022 – Blizzard has yet to officially announce a Monitoring title for mobile.
Unfortunately, there isn’t much else to glean from the job listing to find out what a “Monitor Mobilemight sound like at this point, though. If fans could expect a direct port of the main game – or, perhaps more likely, its upcoming sequel Monitor 2 – or some spin-offs better suited to play on smartphones and tablets remain unknown.
A version of the popular hero shooter for smartphones has long been rumored, especially as other multiplayer FPS titles see increasing success on mobile, but so far nothing has materialized. However, rivals such as PUBG-Mobile and Call of Duty: Mobile were both hits, in some cases opening up the titles to new audiences, while Foyer remains hugely popular, so it’s easy to see why Blizzard would want to expand its IP further into the industry.
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