This will be first time the first-person shooter video game will be able on mobile platforms, but without a single-player campaign mode.
In terms of look and feel, the game is expected to match at least Xbox 360 and PS3-era hardware. Fans can preregister online now, and Android users can also preregister in the Google Play Store.
From what has been shared in the new teaser trailer, fans will have access to modes like Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, Free-for-All, with Blackout also hinted at. There have been other options, including one with the franchise's popular zombies mode baked in. Trailers for the game suggest frantic multiplayer action in the vein of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, teasing a battle royale mode to be added post launch.
"We'll announce more information in the coming months". Those who've never played the game that much to be familiar with these names will have to adapt on the go ... literally.
If you'd like to take part in the beta, you can pre-register for Call of Duty: Mobile right now.
With each day we get smartphones that are nearly as powerful as laptops out there and this is the flawless time to experiment with smartphone games.
What to expect from Call of Duty: Mobile? Tencent has already ported Arena of Valor over to the Switch.
The Call of Duty (CoD) franchise is finally making an earnest move on the phone and tablet market with an upcoming title called Call of Duty: Mobile. The characters and weapons will hail from Call of Duty: Black Ops and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare series. Want to play Battle Royale? Activision confirmed the game with its recent earnings report, saying it will appeal to both veterans and newcomers.
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