"We are delivering the definitive, first-person action experience in a new mobile title with incredible graphics and visceral Call of Duty gameplay", Chris Plummer, Activision's VP for mobile, said in a statement.
After that, it will be released to a wider audience on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.
Several traditional "Call of Duty" maps and modes will be included with free-to-play action game "Call of Duty: Mobile". However, we can only hope that this "unique Call of Duty battle royale experience" will be available for all players without incurring any fees.
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While "Call of Duty" has no shortage of fans, the move to mobile will welcome an even larger audience.
The Call of Duty games have been some of the most successful on consoles for over a decade, and now they're making the jump to mobile. However, the game lacks Black Ops 4's Blackout Mode., but Activision has ensured that Call of Duty: Mobile will be updated with more content, including a "unique Call of Duty battle royale experience".
While it is now unknown what characters, guns, and maps will come to the game, fans can expect certain favorites from the past to make an appearance.
Activision didn't show actual gameplay at the reveal, and that means we don't yet have a sense of how players will pay for the game. The developer also advises that Call of Duty Mobile is optimised for high-end phones, but it can be playable on some mid-range devices on Android and iOS platforms. Teased maps coming to the series' first-ever mobile version include Nuketown, Hijacked, and Crash, and fans can expect traditional CoD multiplayer systems like kill streaks.