Recently, many publishers want to “score” a place in the mobile shooter genre: Krafton is doing PUBG: New State, Activision is working on Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile and Riot Games is working on Valorant Mobile. Even NetEase Games jumped in and has already launched the PTA Project M, which incorporates many elements from Valiant.
Now on to Hi-Rez Studios, this publisher is going to bring Rogue Company to smartphones. The announcement is not loud, just a small post on Twitter about the action for users of Verizon (American mobile operator). If you are a Verizon subscriber for a good reason, you can follow the link and see how to sign up for the upcoming MBT. Spoiler alert: you need the My Verizon app to do this.
Apparently, the publisher is not yet ready to share specific data, screenshots, and so on. Instead, we are being asked to await new information in the coming months. In the comments to the post-announcement, users expressed their indignation, they say the game is not optimized for the Nintendo Switch, but they already want to port it to smartphones. By the way, it is not yet known whether this will be a real port (after all, the original from a third person) or whether we will receive a separate version, as many publishers do.