Call Of Duty Is Coming To Smartphones

Announced during Unity's GDC keynote, Call of Duty: Mobile is a partnership between Activision and Tencent.

"Call of Duty: Mobile" will come with familiar maps from the previous titles like Black Ops and Modern Warfare.

"Are you ready to experience intense firefights across iconic Call of Duty maps like Nuketown, Crash, and Hijacked on your mobile device?" Android users can also pre-register on the 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.

"Call of Duty: Mobile is set to deliver the definitive first-person action experience to mobile gamers featuring an epic online multiplayer action pitting players in head-to-head competitive confrontations".

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Call of Duty Mobile is coming to iOS and Android devices sometime later this year.

Speaking of PUBG, the same developer who brought that to mobile, Tencent, is also behind Call of Duty: Mobile. We imagine there will be some kind of Battle Pass too, but Activision is staying tight-lipped about that for now.

Call of Duty: Mobile is exactly what it sounds like - a version of the popular shooter designed for smartphones and tablets.

The new mobile game was developed alongside Chinese company Tencent, according to Activision, particularly its Timi studio behind games like CrossFire and Honor of Kings. It's much larger than a standard Call of Duty multiplayer map.

This could hint at a new Battle Royale mode for the game, and with Activision saying there are "additional modes of play which will be announced at a future date", its inclusion seems likely. Our best guess is that the stable version of Call of Duty Mobile will arrive later this year after successful beta testing.

  • Delia Davidson