According to a new report, Call of Duty - or Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 4 as the new report calls it - won't have a battle royale mode and will feature no specialist characters at all. Activision has just revealed the free-to-play Call of Duty: Mobile for Android and iOS devices, a game that will most likely be available for download later this year.
Call of Duty Mobile promises to deliver 60 fps gameplay with multiple modes, such as Team Deathmatch, Free for All, Frontline, as well as the ability to enjoy classic CoD maps such as Nuketown and Crash.
No release date was provided with the announcement, though Activision will be providing pre-launch betas for those who register on their site or the Google Play Store.
Activision will release more information about availability in the coming months, but ahead of general release, a lucky few gamers will be able to take part in pre-launch betas.
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Tencent, the developers behind this mobile CoD game, are bringing the "definitive, first person action" you expect from a Call of Duty game. Will Call of Duty: Mobile be as disruptive as, let's say, PUBG Mobile?
Call of Duty is pushing gaming boundaries in an all-new mobile version of the AAA franchise. With Fortnite and PUBG Mobile finding success on mobile, it was only a matter of time before Activision chose to join in on the ever-growing market of mobile games.
The game is being developed by Tencent's Timi studio, and Activision, the publisher of the game, has said that the game will offer competitive multiplayer experiences. While we can't be sure, it looks like Zombies will also be available in Call of Duty: Mobile. It would make sense to include this in the game since other big battle royale titles, including Fortnite and PUBG, are already on mobile.