When you talk of mobile gaming, PUBG Mobile is definitely the trend here. While plenty of games have come and go, none have managed to shake PUBG off its throne. Well, last year, Activision rolled out a Beta for Call of Duty: Legends of War. And honestly, that was one game that could have potentially replaced PUBG. Now, while the Beta was closed within a week, players have been waiting for a full launch ever since. And well, we finally have some good news. Activision has just dropped the announcement trailer for Call of Duty Mobile.
Call of Duty Mobile announced
Activision has released the announcement trailer for Call of Duty: Mobile. The game is being developed by Tencent’s Timi studio. Activision, the publisher of the game, has said that the game will offer competitive multiplayer experiences. These include many of the modes in the original Call of Duty games for consoles and PC such as Search and Destroy and Free-For-All. Additionally, the trailer shows players competing in various modes in distinguished maps. These include fan-favorite maps like Nuketown, Crash, and Hijacked. Additionally, it will be a free-to-play game. However, it will come with cosmetic microtransactions. This means you’ll get the option to purchase characters, skins, celebrations and more.
How to install Call of Duty Mobile on your device
To download the game, you first need to register yourself for the beta. For that, head over to this link and register using your email ID. Next, if you’re using an Android device, register your interest in the game on the Play Store here as well. Activision has stated that the game will be rolling out in a couple of weeks. We will be updating this article for a complete how-to once the game is launched. Make sure to keep your tabs on Mr. Phone.