'Call of Duty' is going mobile with a brand-new game coming to Android and iOS later this year
- "Call of Duty: Mobile" will launch for free on iOS and Android later this year, with a public beta arriving in the summer.
- The game will be focused on online multiplayer, incorporating popular weapons, maps, and characters from past "Call of Duty" games like "Black Ops" and "Modern Warfare."
- While "Call of Duty" is still one of the best-selling video games on the planet, the mobile version will compete directly with "Fortnite" and "PUBG Mobile," two battle-royale shooters with massive audiences on mobile devices.
Activision recently announced "Call of Duty: Mobile," a new game in the best-selling franchise designed for Android and iOS.
The game will be released for free in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store later this year; a beta test is planned for the summer.
The "Call of Duty" franchise is a perennial best-seller, delivering new games to tens of millions of players each year. Every "Call of Duty" is a war-based first-person shooter, but there are separate series within the franchise, including "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare" and "Call of Duty Black Ops."
"Call of Duty: Mobile" will bring together popular maps, weapons, characters, and game modes from those different series for free.
Online multiplayer will be the focus of "Call of Duty: Mobile"
Players will unlock rewards as they play, allowing them to customize their appearance for online play.
"Call of Duty: Mobile" will compete with "Fortnite" and "PUBG Mobile," two popular battle royale shooters with massive global audiences on iOS and Android.
"Call of Duty Mobile" will include maps, weapons and characters from past "Call of Duty" games.
Pre-register for access to the "Call of Duty: Mobile" beta later this summer, and check out the announcement trailer below.
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