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Destiny FPS mobile game rumored by Bungie and NetEase

Rumors have surfaced again Bungie and NetEase can join forces to create a Destiny mobile game. NetEase Games recently helped Bungie develop “an unannounced FPS mobile game,” and anonymous sources have claimed that this is a Destiny game that’s been in development for a few years.

Creating a Destiny Mobile Game

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An artist at NetEase recently posted that he helped create “an unannounced FPS mobile game.” According to The Game Post (thanks Reddit), sources with knowledge of NetEase’s development plans say this title is a Destiny mobile game that’s already “well over two years” in development. This follows rumors surrounding the game a few months ago, after job postings revealed that Bungie was looking to recruit several team members for a major mobile title in the Destiny franchise. Details of the game are few and far between, but it is not believed to be related to Destiny 2. Bungie appears to be adapting its own internal game engine to mobile platforms, as indicated by other previous job postings, but whether the engine will be used on that game is uncertain.

The collaboration shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise given that NetEase invested more than $100 million in Bungie back in 2019. At the time of the investment, Bungie CEO Pete Parsons said that NetEase “also doesn’t have a significant amount of experience in the mobile space,” and he was “very excited about the future where we start to hatch new ideas and explore.” Bungie also intends to expand the Destiny franchise into movies and TV series following Sony’s acquisition, but there hasn’t been any official news on Destiny multimedia projects yet.

In other gaming news, Comix Zone is among the four SEGA Genesis games added to the Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack today. Elsewhere, NZXT has announced its latest PC case design, the CRFT My Hero Academia.

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Emma Bowman

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