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Activision Blizzard plans to release mobile games for all its franchises



According to GameSpot, the studio Activision Blizzard will begin active expansion of the mobile games market. About this in a recent address to investors, said the president of the company Daniel Alegre (Daniel Alegre). He stated that all of the company’s current franchises will eventually appear on smartphones and other gadgets.

Of course, personal computers and game consoles remain a priority vector of motion for the studio. However, she is more than serious about the potential of mobile gaming. Daniel points out that the company needs to make sure it supports all of its franchises across billions of smartphones and tablets.

Alegre also noted that the studio is investing heavily in moving the franchises to mobile devices and getting the most out of it in the near term. The president of the company separately noted that he considers this direction to be an excellent tool for its development. Daniel’s claim is not surprising at all – especially given the success of Call of Duty: Mobile. The mobile shooter has been downloaded more than 300 million times to date – considering that it appeared on smartphones and tablets just a year ago, this figure looks very impressive.

Activision Blizzard plans to release mobile games for all its franchises

As for the following Activision Blizzard games on mobile devices, next year, Crash: On The Run is likely to be released – a version of Crash Bandicoot adapted to the features and capabilities of smartphones and tablets. Apparently, it will be an endless runner.

Against the background of the previous information, the situation with the mobile version of Diablo looks very strange. Its development began back in 2018, but today there is still no data on its release. Fans are indignant, because the network learned about Crash: On The Run much later, but the release is actually planned for it. As for other franchises, for now, you can only be content with assumptions. That said, Activision Blizzard does have some interesting options that could look good on mobile devices. This also applies to World of Warcraft and StarCraft, as well as the Tony Hawk and Spyro series.

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