Activision and Tencent lift the lid on Call of Duty

Mar 20, 2019, 00:57
Activision and Tencent lift the lid on Call of Duty

Call Of Duty Mobile will include guns, maps and modes from the Call Of Duty: Black Ops series as well as Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare. Registering will give future players info on accessing the public beta scheduled to launch this summer.

When will Call of Duty: Mobile be released? The franchise has sold a whopping 250 million units worldwide since making its debut in 2003, and continues to be a best-seller year after year.

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

Call of Duty: Mobile is exactly what it sounds like - a version of the popular shooter designed for smartphones and tablets. Considering that Tencent has a part to play in it, the likelihood of it is low as it will directly compete with their flagship title: PUBG Mobile.

As with the console versions of COD, Call of Duty: Mobile will support character, weapon, and outfit unlocking, scorestreaks, and gear. These include numerous modes in the original Call of Duty games for consoles and PC such as Search and Destroy and Free-For-All. It showcases impressive graphics, familiar gameplay, some of the game's score streaks, and more.

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At the end of the trailer, two modes are teased for the mobile incarnation. While we can't be sure, it looks like Zombies will also be available in Call of Duty: Mobile.

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Sadly, there's been no date set for the game's release, but the company says it will be available in "North America, South America, Europe, and other territories". That's a very strong indication that a battle royale mode will be included. On Monday, Activision announced that it is teaming up with Chinese game publisher Tencent to bring Call of Duty: Mobile to the West. This means that the game is definitely coming to Europe and the United States of America, but the company has not revealed any plans for an Indian launch just yet.

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