Blizzard is working on a new unannounced first-person game, will feature playable/drivable vehicles

According to a job listing, Blizzard is currently working on a new unannounced first-person game. This unannounced first-person game and will feature playable/drivable vehicles.

As the job listing reads:

“Blizzard Entertainment is looking for a talented gameplay engineer to help create vehicles and build vehicle handling features in a robust first-person engine for an unannounced project. The ideal candidate has proven experience in vehicle handling, with exposure to other game systems like physics, animation, and cameras.”

Other than that, we really don’t know much about Blizzard’s new project. And, as you may have guessed, we strongly suggest tempering your expectations as it will not be revealed anytime soon.  As it’s pretty obvious, Blizzard is currently in a pre-development state, so we are most likely looking at a 2020 game (that’s a mere guess but hey, this is Blizzard we’re talking about).

We also don’t know whether this is a game based on one of Blizzard’s existing universes. Is this a Starcraft spin-off or a sequel to Overwatch? Its job listing suggests that the game will feature online functionalities but other than that, we don’t know whether it will be an MMOFPS or a more traditional game with a multi-player mode.

But anyway, we’ll be sure to keep share more details about Blizzard’s unannounced project as soon as we hear more about it!

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