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Horizon MMO reportedly in the works at Guild Wars studio NCSoft

Some think it could be a mobile title.

There's a Horizon MMO in the works with NCSoft, if a new report is accurate.

According to South Korean financial news outlet MTN, Sony has partnered with the Guild Wars developer and publisher on the game's creation.

Horizon Forbidden West - Story Trailer - PS4, PS5

News of the reported MMO comes from sources familiar with the matter at Sony and NCSoft, and while development has yet to start, NCSoft curently has job listings up for a game tited "Project H" (thanks, GamesRadar).

NCSoft has been the publisher and co-developer of the ArenaNet MMO Guild Wars since 2002 when it acquired the studio formed by former Blizzard staffers.

It's thought at present the game is a mobile MMO due to various job postings listed by Amsterdam-based developer Guerrilla Games. This is because last year ahead of the release of Horizon Forbidden West, Guerrilla was looking for folks with experience in MMORPGs.

More recently, PlayStation job listings in Amsterdam cited the need for a senior producer for a mobile title, and one for a senior product manager listed the same qualifications nessesary to be hired. A job listing for a Korean translator was also posted.

Currently, the only Horzion game confirmed to be in development Call of the Mountain, a VR game where you will take on the role of Shadow Carja Warrior Ryas.

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