Call of Duty: Mobile announced for the west, pre-registration is live

Call of Duty: Mobile trailer

Activision and Tencent are bringing Call of Duty: Mobile to the west. The official announcement took place today, with a trailer to go with it.

Call of Duty: Mobile will be available on Android and iOS as a free-to-play game and is powered by the Unity engine. This will be a sort of “best-of” from the Call of Duty series, featuring iconic maps such as Nuketown and Crash optimized for mobile gameplay.

Tencent's in-house studio is developing the game, not any of the Call of Duty main developers such as Treyarch, Infinity Ward or Sledgehammer Games. As you may recall, Chinese giant Tencent is also doing most of the heavy-work in Blizzard's mobile game Diablo Immortal.

Call of Duty: Mobile will include multiple PvP game modes and it is likely that some sort of Battle Royale mode such as Blackout may be a part of it, judging by the glimpse of a massive island and a few helicopters just above it.

Pre-registrations for Call of Duty: Mobile are now open, but there is no release date so far. “Coming soon” is the best that we have, but the coming months should tell us more.


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