Activision has announced Call of Duty: Mobile. As the name suggests, this brings Call of Duty to mobile devices for the first time. Call of Duty: Mobile will be available on Android and iOS this summer, and you can sign up now for a chance to participate in the beta.
Call of Duty Is Coming to Your Smartphone
There’s a new Call of Duty game released every year, and there has been for more than a decade. The series shows no signs of disappearing either, as despite other games stealing the headlines—Fortnite being a recent example —each new Call of Duty game sells well.
However, the industry is changing, with mobile gaming becoming more important. Which is why it should come as no surprise to see Activision bringing Call of Duty to mobile. And based on the first trailer and initial details, Call of Duty: Mobile looks promising.
Activision Unveils Call of Duty: Mobile
Call of Duty: Mobile is a free-to-play shooter that looks and feels very much like its PC and console counterparts. Trailers can obviously be deceiving, but on high-end smartphones this could be one of the best-looking mobile games ever released.
In terms of gameplay, Call of Duty: Mobile looks to be a greatest hits of Call of Duty. There’s familiar modes such as Search and Destroy and Free-For-All, and as with every Call of Duty game, multiplayer is key. There are also iconic maps from previous games.
While it hasn’t yet been confirmed, the trailer suggests a battle royale mode will also be available. Given the popularity of other battle royale games such as the aforementioned Fortnite, plus PUBG and Apex Legends, Activision would have been crazy not to include it.
Sign Up for the Call of Duty: Mobile Beta
Call of Duty: Mobile will be released this summer in North America, South America, and Europe. Proceedings will kick off with a beta to test everything is working. You can pre-register for Call of Duty: Mobile now to be in with a chance of participating in the beta.
If you’re a gamer of any description you may want to check out Google Stadia . Although it’s early days, Google thinks it has figured out how to bring cloud gaming to the masses, and if the company gets it right, Google Stadia could be a literal game-changer.