Destiny 2 devs Bungie allegedly working on a mobile FPS with NetEase

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Destiny 2 devs Bungie are rumored to be working on a mobile FPS game with Naraka Bladepoint publishers NetEase Interactive. 

Plenty of popular gaming franchises have made the leap to mobile gaming, with the likes of Call of Duty and Apex Legends being two of the most notable and impressive recent ports.

Enjoying success in their portable form, Destiny 2 developers Bungies are allegedly eager to get in on the action as well.

According to new developments within Chinese tech conglomerate NetEase, the two companies are collaborating on a new mobile FPS.

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Destiny 2 has enjoyed continued success since launching in 2017.

NetEase allegedly working with Bungie on Destiny mobile FPS game

According to The Game Post, NetEase is in the process of hiring staff via Linkedin to fulfill the development of “an unannounced FPS mobile game.”

The Game Post claims that their “source with knowledge of NetEase’s development plans” has reported that the title could be a Destiny spin-off. However, it is possible that Bungie and NetEase are working on a brand new IP together.

It is also alleged that Bungie has been working on a new Destiny game, that has been in “development for well over two years now.”

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A mobile version of Destiny could be a game-changer for iOS and Android players.

While it isn’t specified whether this is the mobile FPS in question, it is likely that a third mainstreamDestiny game could arrive, considering it’s been five years since Destiny 2 arrived on consoles.

NetEase has a wealth of experience in adapting games for the mobile gaming scene. Another title from the publishers, Naraka Bladepoint, is touted to arrive on smartphones soon too. This will follow the transition of the game to Xbox Series consoles, which occurred on June 23, 2022.

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While we don’t have gameplay or plot details on Bungie’s supposed mobile FPS, it’d be a blast to play Destiny on the go.

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