Call of Duty: Mobile Announced, First Details Revealed (VIDEO)
From mowing down hordes of zombies to engaging in all-out battle royale, the Call of Duty experience is seemingly everywhere these days. However it now appears we can also add mobile gaming to that list following the announcement that Call of Duty: Mobile is finally on its way to the West.
Following an extended introduction in China, Activision and Tencent Games have confirmed Call of Duty: Mobile is set to expand to North America, South America, and Europe later this year. As seen in the announcement trailer below, the new game sports a pretty traditional version of Call of Duty multiplayer, allowing battles in fan-favorite maps such as Nuketown and Crash. The end of the footage hints at the inclusion of Black Ops 4’s Blackout battle royale mode, featuring a tease of dropships hovering in the distance.
Alongside this new trailer, a number of initial details have been revealed via the game’s official website. Intendeding to launch on the Google Play Store and on Apple’s App Store, Call of Duty: Mobile is being optimized for “high-end phones” and plans have it “broadly accessible” to an array of additional devices. The free-to-play title doesn’t have a release date as of yet, but more information, including a series of “pre-launch Betas,” is expected to be revealed “in the coming months.”
Call of Duty: Mobile is set to release for Android and iOS later this year. Pre-registration for the first closed beta is currently live on the Call of Duty website.
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