Activision and Tencent have confirmed the release of a pre-launch beta version of Call Of Duty: Mobile.
Forget PUBG!! It’s time for some old-school stuff. Call of Duty is finally arriving on our smartphones.
In a recent announcement, Activision Blizzard has confirmed the release of a new mobile Call of Duty franchise title, Call of Duty: Mobile. The new action-packed game will be launched for western players, and later on, it may get rolled on for other regions as well.
The Call Of Duty for mobile devices will pack head-to-head battles, and we are anticipating some of the features being added from the PC version of the game.
Activision Blizzard will be launching Call Of Duty in collaboration with Tencent in regions of North America, South America, Europe, and a few other countries.
Steven Ma, Activision mobile VP said in a statement,
"We are delivering the definitive, first-person action experience in a new mobile title with incredible graphics and visceral Call of Duty gameplay."
He further added,
"Together with the amazing team at Tencent, we’re bringing together a collection of the most beloved maps, competitive modes, familiar characters, and signature weapons from across this storied franchise into one epic experience for the first time on mobile."
Here is the first trailer of Call of Duty: Mobile.
From this trailer, it’s evident that the people will be able to play the Call Of Duty for mobile in teams and we also anticipate that the players will be able to alter the team members depending upon the number of people available to play.
Call of Duty: Mobile will be a standalone and first-person game with maps including Nuketown and Crash. The characters and weapons will almost be the same as from the COD series that includes Black Ops and Modern Warfare.
One of the game's FAQs reads,
"We are working every day both to optimize the game for high-end phones and to make it broadly accessible for as many other devices as well."
Call of Duty: Mobile release date is not known, but Activision and Tencent team has confirmed that they will be exclusively releasing a pre-launch beta version for people who will go for Call Of Duty pre-register themselves on the website and via Google Play.
After its official release, the game will be made available on the iOS App Store too.
The best thing about the Call of Duty: Mobile is that it’s free-to-play and once rolled out, can be downloaded on Android and iOS.
As per a report by Forbes, Activision Blizzard was expected to release this game for Chinese players in August last year, but we finally have it here.
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