Activision, in collaboration with the Tencent games is currently working on the mobile version of Call of Duty. The game has been named Call of Duty Mobile and it’s beta version would be made available for testing in the upcoming few days. The launch announcement was made on 19th of March 2019, during the GDC (Game Developers Conference) event, which was held at Moscone Center, San Francisco. The Call of Duty Beta version would be first made available for European, North and South American users before the rest of the world.
Call of Duty Mobile Beta version coming soon for both Ios and Android
COD Mobile would run on the Unity game engine. The game will also include maps and various other elements from various popular entries in the Call of Duty game franchise. Like PUBG and Fortnite, Call of Duty will also be a F2P Multiplayer game. Some of the modes that are likely to be incorporated in Call of Duty Mobile are- Search & Destroy and Team Deathbattle. The game also aims to provide the players with a different kind of Battle Royale experience.
After reviewing the announcement trailer of the COD (Call of Duty) Mobile, it feels like the graphics of the game would be similar to that of the graphics supported by the previous generation consoles. A clip from the announcement trailer suggests that Call of Duty may also feature a monster hunting mode similar to the Zombie mode of PUBG.
The game is currently available for Pre-registration. Hence, if you want to become a Beta tester for Call of Duty, then do click here (URL: www.callofduty.com/mobile) or visit the official website of Call of Duty.
The Android and iOS smartphone platforms are gradually gaining the attention of the AAA game developers and publishers. Many popular consoles games are being ported for mobile platform. This is a testament to the fact that Smartphones are longer considered a platform for casual gamers and can be used for hardcore gaming. In overall, the Call of Duty Mobile is looking like a worthy game, that has the potential to achieve great success in the Android and iOS gaming Market.
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