Activision announces Call of Duty

Activision announces Call of Duty

Now, it finally seems like Activision is going to make that happen, as earlier tonight the publishing giant announced that Call of Duty: Mobile, a Tencent-developed, Chinese-only game (at least up until this point) will be making its way to other countries soon.

In Call of Duty: Mobile, players will experience the fluid, first-person combat of Call of Duty, fighting head-to-head in fan-favorite modes such as Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy and Free-For-All, in iconic maps from the series such as Nuketown, Crash, Hijacked and more.

The mobile experience will include 60FPS gameplay. It features game modes, characters and weapons from previous CoD games such as Call of Duty: Black Ops and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

"Call of Duty Mobile is a new free-to-play game that brings together the maps, weapons and characters from across the Call of Duty series in the definitive first-person action experience on mobile", the official statement reads. Weapons, scorestreaks, and loadouts all return - it's a full COD game on your phone. What are your thoughts on the free-to-play game?

Call of Duty is coming to your smartphone! Android users can also pre-register on the Play Store.

Our main concern is that given that this is Tencent we're talking about, they might end up simply re-skinning PUBG with Call of Duty textures. Our best guess is that the stable version of Call of Duty Mobile will arrive later this year after successful beta testing. There will be a beta this summer for the title. Those two games did not pick up with many players, and Activision even shut down the studio behind the Call of Duty: Strike Team mobile game years ago. But it couldn't remain unchallenged for long as Fortnite and Knives Out debuted on the mobile platform, generating more revenue than PUBG Mobile.

Stay tuned for the latest info on this new Call of Duty mobile game.

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