Bungie is reportedly working on a first-person shooter Destiny mobile game that has been in development for more than two years.
According to a report from The Game Post, the developer has partnered with Chinese tech company NetEase to create the game. An employee of NetEase apparently posted on LinkedIn saying that they had worked with Bungie to develop “an unannounced FPS mobile game”.
This was supported by an anonymous source familiar with NetEase’s development plans, who told The Game Post of the mobile game’s existence. It will allegedly not be connected to Destiny 2 but instead be a standalone title.
Reports about a Destiny mobile game first surfaced in September 2021 following several jobs being advertised for the project, and another posting in April this year saw Bungie searching for a mobile platforms engineer.
The developer hasn’t confirmed anything itself, however, and we still know very little about what Bungie is working on despite Destiny 2 being released almost five years ago in September 2017. It has at least one new IP in development – which is set to be a character-focused multiplayer game with humor and RPG elements – but hasn’t shared much about it.
Bungie has been equally tight-lipped about the reported mobile game, but if it’s been in development for a couple of years already, we may be due an announcement soon.
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