Stockholm-based game developer King Digital Entertainment has revealed that it is working on a new game based on the “Call of Duty” franchise. The developer is mostly known for creating the mobile games “Candy Crush Saga” and “Bubble Witch Saga.”

King revealed its plans to create a new “Call of Duty” game for mobile devices when it published a new job listings page. “The team is adapting one of the most iconic game franchises of all-time: ‘Call of Duty,’ to become a mobile experience,” the company said on its website. “Our challenge as a team is to create a ‘Call of Duty’ experience on mobile that will strive to transform the best console experience fans know and love, while also breaking new ground for mobile and redefining the genre.”

Call of Duty Screenshot of King's new job listings page where it's looking to hire a new team to develop a "Call of Duty" mobile game. Photo: King

King also mentioned that it wants to approach the new project as something that’s “fresh, social and highly accessible.” The developer also revealed that it will be collaborating with Activision Blizzard on the new game. Activision Blizzard acquired King Digital Entertainment as part of a $5.9 billion deal back in 2015, according to Polygon.

King didn’t give out any information on what type of gameplay the new “Call of Duty” mobile game will have, nor did it share any details on what it will look like. What’s clear, however, is that the developer is currently looking for an art director, a level designer, a senior systems designer and a senior UX/UI designer for the new project.

This won’t actually be the first time that the “Call of Duty” franchise entered mobile devices. It has released spin-off titles for iOS and Android, namely: “Zombies” in 2009, “Strike Team” in 2013 and “Heroes” in 2014. King’s involvement in this project should indicate that the upcoming new mobile game will set itself apart, or maybe even deviate from previous formulas entirely.