It'll be exclusive to Android and iOS, and feature multiple game modes like Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, and Free-For-All, in iconic maps like Nuketown, Crash, Hijacked, and more.
We've seen several Call of Duty games hit mobile platforms over the years, but Activision isn't stopping there.
The game is a new free-to-play title that brings together maps, modes, weapons, and characters from across the Call of Duty franchise, including the fan favourite Black Ops and the Modern Warfare series.
Whether people will eventually move on the madness that is PUBG Mobile is something we don't know right now but Tencent, which has developed the game, has announced that a worthy competitor is coming soon.
Even though its a title built for mobile, the new game will be bringing extensive customization options to unlock weapons, scorestreaks, and gear to personally tailor the experience just like the main entries on console.
The game's development is being handled by Tencent's award-winning Timi studio, who you may recognize as the team behind PUBG's mobile release. Players will recognize numerous mobile game's weapons, as well, including models from the Modern Warfare and Black Ops games. You can pre-register here and opt-in to receive more information about it. There has been a few over the years, including Call of Duty: Strike Team and Call of Duty: Heroes. But Activision has confirmed that more content will be coming to Call of Duty Mobile, including a "unique Call of Duty battle royale experience".
"Multiplayer is the foundation of Call of Duty Mobile". The company has noted previously that they wanted to bring more of their titles, like Call of Duty, Diablo, and more to mobile to expand the availability of the game, and mobile games are very popular in certain regions worldwide.
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