Beta planned for this summer.
You’ll be able to play Call of Duty on the go pretty soon after Activision announced that the mobile version of the frantic first-person shooter, which is being developed by PUBG Mobile team Tencent, will be coming to the west.
Activision hasn’t confirmed a date for the mobile game but players in Australia reported having an early version of the game late last year, so an announcement for audiences in America and Europe isn’t a huge surprise.
The Call of Duty: Mobile will let you play a selection of multiplayer modes, including Team Deathmatches, Free For All matches, and Search and Destroy. Matches will take place across a group of fan favourite maps that include Nuke Town and Hijacked.
Call of Duty: Mobile will be free to play which means that it’ll most likely be crammed with microtransaction opportunities whenever it arrives. And while we don’t have a specific release date, you can pre-register for the game to get access to the beta which will be rolled out later in the summer.