Mobile version of Call of Duty has been discussed since its presence last year. Currently news of the arrival of the first-person shooter (FPS) game to smartphones is getting closer to reality. The game publisher, Activision confirmed that Call of Duty Mobile will be coming soon. This was stated directly in the Game Developers Conference arena. To bring the game to mobile, Activation works with Tencent. For information, Tencent also gave birth to PUBG.
Call of Duty Mobile trials in Asia and Oceania are already rolled out this summer, before officially attending Android and iOS-based smartphones. And it has been said that the beta version will come to North America, South America, and Europe. Visit MobileModeGaming.com to get more information.
It was stated that later Call of Duty Mobile could be downloaded for free by users which included various maps, weapons, characters, and game modes from the Call of Duty: Black Ops and Modern Warfare series. Among the multiplayer modes that come to mobile games, the company said they include Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, and Free-For-All. The maps included in this mobile version, for example, Nuketown, Crash, Hijacked, and others.
“We provide a definitive first-person action experience on mobile phones with exceptional graphics and Call of Duty games,” Activision’s vice president of mobile Chris Plummer said in a statement. “Together with the extraordinary team at Tencent, we put together a collection of the most preferred maps, competitive modes, familiar characters, and weapons from all franchises into one epic experience for the first time on mobile,” he said. Before this collaboration, Activision and Tencent also developed an online Call of Duty that aired in China on January 2015. It is known, Tencent has a stake of around 5% in the Activision Blizard. So, make sure you don’t miss this popular FPS game mobile release.