Developer Bungie, from destiny 2, possibly working on a mobile version of the online action shooter franchise. According to unnamed sources heard by The Game Post, Bungie may be partnering with NetEase Games to produce a new Fate for cell phones.
NetEase is a Chinese company that has worked on various mobile titles in the past, including marvel super war and the new release Immortal Diablo. The bond between the eastern developer and Bungie has been reinforced by the profile of the LinkedIn from a NetEase artist, who was tasked with helping Bungie on an “unannounced mobile FPS”.
If confirmed, the adaptation of Fate for cell phones, it wouldn’t be long. Bungie was acquired by Sony at the start of the year in full repositioning of the owner of the PlayStation brand, which wants to bring half of its PC and mobile game releases by 2025.
This supposed Fate portable may be in development for more than two years. The game is also rumored to not be a direct adaptation of the console and PC games, but rather a first-person adventure set in the franchise universe.
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