Call of Duty: Mobile is now coming to the West, thanks to a partnership between Activision and Tencent. This shooter was announced during a Unity keynote at the Game Developers Conference 2019. going to be a free-to-play release. The mobile title will bring together the most loved weapons, modes, maps, and characters from across the entire Call of Duty franchise.

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A similar game was first announced for players in China back in August last year. This happens to be the same title and it’s finally making its way to this part of the world. The multiplayer gameplay will be a big component of this title.

All of the fan-favorite modes and maps are going to be available when the title is released. They include team deathmatch in Nuketown and Fortline in Crash. More content that fans of the franchise are accustomed to will also be released down the line.

Call of Duty: Mobile is going to be available on both Android and iOS. Android users can pre-register for the title on the Google Play Store. An official release date has not yet been provided but expect pre-launch betas to be rolled out in the next few months. They will be available to all those who pre-register for the release.

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