The game will be available on iOS and Android.
Activision announced that the official version of the Call of Duty: Mobile will be available from October 1 in all countries where Google Play and App Store are supported — except mainland China, Vietnam, and Belgium. It will be a free-to-play game with ‘feature-rich’ content. And for the first time, the game will include a hybrid experience from both the Modern Warfare® and Black Ops series of games.
The Call of Duty series is one of the most popular battle games developed by Activision. It is a first-person shooter video game set in modern times, World War II, midst of Cold War, futuristic worlds and outer space.
Earlier on March, Tencent Games developed a closed beta version of the game for selected participants. It was run over during the summer in “select regions” only. Popular features and modes of the PC version were brought up by the run; the closed beta came close to displacing PUBG Mobile as the ultimate mobile shooter you can play.
The official page for Call of Duty revealed that fans can expect iconic features and maps in the game. Players will be able to play in various modes such as solo, duo and quad-player competitions. Battle maps will include locations across land, sea and air which will be traversable by ATVs, helicopters, and tactical rafts.
And just like their rival, PUBG, the game will allow 100 players at a time to battle it out on an open map. Additionally, the classic Call of Duty mode will allow players to choose between any one of the six classes, before the action begins.
Chris Plummer, VP of Mobile at Activision said:
“We are delivering the definitive, first-person action experience on mobile with signature Call of Duty gameplay in the palms of your hands.”
Call of Duty: Mobile will give fans of the franchise a new game to play in preparation for the full release of Modern Warfare on Oct. 25.