Today, Activision has confirmed that the game will launch on Android and iOS on October 1, and will come complete with "signature Call of Duty multiplayer, iconic maps, modes, characters and a new battle royale experience". "We've tested the game extensively in select territories and the feedback we've received has helped us refine the experience for October 1". Weapons, scorestreaks and additional gear for equipping and customizing loadouts are also included.
Begin your Call of Duty: Mobile career with a quick tutorial, after which you'll have the option to explore the Loadout menu, customize up to five separate Loadouts with Primary and Secondary weapons, a Soldier type, an Operator Skill, Lethal and Tactical Equipment, and three Perks. The free-to-play mobile game will have all the important features of the main version and will offer new maps, characters and a PUBG Mobile-like Battle Royale mode. There will also be several gameplay modes such as Team Deathmatch, Free-for-All, and Search and Destroy.
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Once that date rolls around, players will find themselves in all sorts of modes like TDM, SND, and FFA on maps they've played on for years such as Nuketown, Crash, Hijacked, and plenty others from the franchise.
Then, of course, we have battle royale, which was a given for Call of Duty: Mobile considering the popularity of the genre at the moment. Players will play in either first-person or third-person mode. We did have to look for workarounds make the game work in India after the beta ended, but it seems like we won't need to do that anymore. Activision is betting big on the revenue that will be generated from the Mobile game. And fans of mobile games who are unfamiliar with the cherished franchise now have a free opportunity to experiment.