Call of Duty: Mobile Announced for North America, Europe, and More

Donna Miller
March 21, 2019

With fan-favorite maps, guns, killstreaks, and game modes all included in Call of Duty Mobile, there is a reasonable hope for the community.

Publisher Activision together with the Chinese Corporation Tencent announced Call of Duty: Mobile. Well, there's no release date just yet, but you can pre-register for the title via the button below.

Based on the gameplay trailer, it looks like Call of Duty: Mobile will rival at least the Xbox 360, graphically. The new game Call of Duty: Mobile is set to be free to play which would be essential if the makers want to compete with PUBG Mobile. Such a mode is battle royale, which is not going to be available at launch, but will arrive after a while. In addition to classic multiplayer, the game features more modes of play to be announced soon.

The next chapter in the iconic Call of Duty franchise is in development by Tencent. Hopefully Activision's monetization plan focuses on cosmetic items, rather than paying for better gear and more modes. Tencent started hosting MMO games such as Call of Duty Online back in 2011, but since then, it acquired high-profile franchises like League of Legends and Ring of Elysium, and partially owns others like Fortnite and PUBG (PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds).

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Call of Duty: Mobile will be standalone mobile title that features a collection of fan-favourite maps (including Nuketown), competitive game modes, familiar characters and signature weapons from across franchises, including Call of Duty: Black Ops and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

Blackout is Call of Duty's new battle royale mode that debuted with Black Ops 4 previous year. What are your thoughts on the free-to-play game?

Those interested in getting access to the pre-release beta (along with game update news) should head to the Call of Duty: Mobile website and pre-register now. However, Activision previously stated that they believe battle royale will remain a large part of the Call of Duty universe. The game will also be available for iOS devices. We have to wait for the official announcement.

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