'Call of Duty: Mobile' drops action-packed trailer

Friday, 22 Mar, 2019

The game is called Call of Duty: Mobile, and it´s a free to play title inspired by Black Ops and Modern Warfare series.

In a recent announcement, Activision Blizzard has confirmed the release of a new mobile Call of Duty franchise title, Call of Duty: Mobile.

Call of Duty is synonymous with incredible quality and gameplay, and our team couldn't be happier working together with Activision to bring it to life on mobile. Further, the game is also now taking pre-registrations, which nets you access to the public beta coming this summer to select regions.

The Call of Duty games have been some of the most successful on consoles for over a decade, and now they're making the jump to mobile.

Here's everything there is to know about Call of Duty: Mobile right now, including release date and pre-release beta details, platform availability and gameplay news. Matches will take place across popular maps from the series such as Nuketown and Crash.

Pre-registration for the project's beta is live on callofduty.com/mobile, as well as via Google Play for Android devices.

What do you get when the developers of one of the most prolific first-person shooters get together with a Chinese gaming behemoth that is swiftly overtaking the mobile gaming space? We've reached out to Activision for more information regarding the mobile version and its development roots, and we'll update this story if we hear back. With Tencent's work on PUBG Mobile and many other mobile titles, they're certainly a great choice. The Call of Duty franchise already has Blackout mode, its answer to the battle royale craze.

While "Call of Duty" has no shortage of fans, the move to mobile will welcome an even larger audience. Aptly called "Call of Duty: Mobile", the stand-alone game will feature iconic maps and competitive modes.

Call of Duty, once the world's biggest entertainment franchise, is finally coming to mobile. In the trailer provided, some fan-favorite characters such as Captain Price appear to be included, while the text "MORE TO COME" flashed across the screen in segments, which ended with what looked an bad lot like a battle royale mode.