Almost a month ago, Activision and Tencent announced Call of Duty: Mobile, the former’s franchise with an annual entry. Now, Garena has announced that it will be publishing the game in Southeast Asia and Taiwan.
As part of the announcement, Garena has also shown more promotional images regarding features that will be available in the mobile version of Activision’s yearly military shooter. One of the screenshots illustrates loadouts, and shows that you can not only pick your equipment, but also your player character. Your choices of characters seem to be selected from the Modern Warfare and Black Ops subseries.
Beyond that, the rest of the feature are more or less the same as we’ve heard from previous announcements. There will be mainly multiplayer modes similar to the PC and console counterparts of the Call of Duty games. These include modes like Team Deathmatch, and on maps like Nuketown and Hijacked.
All that said, Garena’s announcement does not specify when the game will actually be available. You can still sign up for beta access on its official site, which may be the fastest way to experience the game. In the meantime, we’ll let you know when we hear more from Garena.