Meet COD Mobile: A New Challenger for PUBG-M from Activision

New Call of Duty Mobile Game Announced Coming Soon By Keshav Bhat

New Call of Duty Mobile Game Announced Coming Soon By Keshav Bhat

Activision said on its website: "The new free-to-play Call of Duty: Mobile title is headed to worldwide audiences complete with fan-favourite weapons, maps, and characters from across the franchise".

Interested players can pre-register for the game now, assuming they're in North or South America, Europe, or select other regions. Made by Tencent's Timi studio, the free-to-play game draws on maps, modes, weapons, and characters from the history of the franchise, including the Black Ops and the Modern Warfare series.

Call of Duty: Mobile will be a port of the multiplayer mode of the games, optimized for mobile, with a range of modes from the games including Team Deathmatch and Search and Destroy.

What do you get when the developers of one of the most prolific first-person shooters get together with a Chinese gaming behemoth that is swiftly overtaking the mobile gaming space?

Meet COD Mobile: A New Challenger for PUBG-M from Activision
Meet COD Mobile: A New Challenger for PUBG-M from Activision

This is not Activision's first mobile title for Call of Duty. Those who've never played the game that much to be familiar with these names will have to adapt on the go ... literally. By launching Call of Duty Mobile, Activision's popular title is in for a huge win with its loyal fan base.

If you're in the market for a new mobile distraction, you can pre-register right now.

You can now register for a pre-launch beta version of the game via the Call of Duty: Mobile website and Google Play. According to the Call of Duty: Mobile FAQ, there will be multiple betas taking place over the coming months. While we can't be sure, it looks like Zombies will also be available in Call of Duty: Mobile. And given that we already know the new Call of Duty this year will bring back the series' single-player campaign, it's no surprise a battle royale mode is being ditched.

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