Published: Tue, March 19, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Activision and Tencent lift the lid on Call of Duty

Activision and Tencent lift the lid on Call of Duty

These include numerous modes in the original Call of Duty games for consoles and PC such as Search and Destroy and Free-For-All.

However the mobile title will be a standalone entry in the Call of Duty franchise, not part of either series, and there's no word on a single-player or zombies element to Call of Duty: Mobile.

Interested players can pre-register for the game now, assuming they're in North or South America, Europe, or select other regions.

Call of Duty: Mobile was originally heading only to China, but now the game is getting a worldwide launch, Activision says. The mobile version of the game is based on competitive multiplayer matches in different modes such as Search-and-Destroy and Team Deathmatch.

Activision and Tencent lift the lid on Call of Duty: Mobile

Call of Duty has been one of the biggest and best first-person shooters for years now. According to the company, Call of Duty: Mobile is a new free-to-play game that brings together maps, modes, weapons, and characters from across the Call of Duty franchise, including the Black Ops and Modern Warfare series. Activision is promising 'console-like fidelity and polished gunplay, ' but that's yet to be seen.

To celebrate the game's announcement, the developer and publisher also released the first trailer. It looks more like the island used in Blackout. It would make sense to include this in the game since other big battle royale titles, including Fortnite and PUBG, are already on mobile. Such a mode is battle royale, which is not going to be available at launch, but will arrive after a while. "With our expertise creating games custom-built for mobile players, we're excited to deliver a new, feature-packed Call of Duty experience that all types of fans will enjoy".

A beta will roll out this summer, giving fans a taster ahead of its official release.

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