It’s been about six months since Call of Duty Black Ops 4 was launched, and it’s about that time when Activision announces a new Call of Duty game for the year. To that end, both Activision and Tencent are apparently bringing the Call of Duty franchise to the mobile ecosystem.
The announcement was made during the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2019. The new game is dubbed Call of Duty: Mobile, and it’s a free-to-play game developed by Tencent’s Timi studio. As you can no doubt see from the trailer below, the game’s design borrows heavily from both Treyarch’s Black Ops and Infinity Ward’s Modern Warfare franchises.
Activision promises players that the gameplay experience will be identical to the Call of Duty franchise. The trailer showcased the competitive multiplayer modes, some iconic maps, and player customization. It also features classic modes like Search and Destroy and Free-For-All, along with iconic maps such as Nuketown, Crash, and Hijacked.
Not only that, but players will also have the ability to earn rewards and unlock perks just like the console and PC versions of the game. The trailer also teased modes and content that will be added in the future, which includes fan favourite, zombies mode.
Call of Duty: Mobile is slated to launch for both Android and iOS. However, Activision hasn’t announced an official launch. For now, players who are interested to experience the game can sign up for beta access on the official site.