Following its deals for the James Bond and RoboCop licences, Glu Mobile has announced its working on a Terminator game.
The free-to-play title will be released in July 2015, alongside the release of the fifth film in the series.
And, more generally, after a period of avoiding making games based on forthcoming movies, the industry appears to be reversing its position.
Kabam recently announced a similar licensing deal for The Hunger Games.
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"Terminator is one of the most iconic action brands in entertainment and we are pleased to be the first to bring the franchise to mobile as a free-to-play game," said Niccolo de Masi, Glu CEO.
"There aren't many mobile or free-to-play games that offer compelling action or true excitement, but Glu's titles have proven that it's possible to deliver both," said David Ellison, CEO of Skydance Productions, the film's production company.
"We're excited to be working with them to design a game that will let gamers experience head-to-head combat in the Terminator universe."