Activision, company responsible for creating the franchise Call of duty, announced at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2019 that it will take the title to the mobile platform. The popular first person shooter game includes maps and weapons from popular versions of the saga (like Modern Warfare and Black Ops) on both iOS and Android.
The game was developed with the Chinese Tencent and, according to Activision, present "features of exceptional environments, the incredible and intense competitive combat." The company said the title would be made available for free, but it is not yet known if it includes in-house purchases such as Fortnite and PUBG MOBILE.
The trailer above gives an idea of what gamers might expect from Activision's next big thing. In addition to gameplay at 60 frames per second, fans of the saga will be able to play with iconic characters like Capito Price and the “Ghosts” special ops force.
Amid so many titles multiplayer popular, it is clear that Call of Duty: Mobile is an attempt by Activision to try to grab a portion of this market dominated by games like Fortnite and PUBG. Some versions of Call of Duty had previously been made available for mobile devices, including iOS, but none of them offered the original game experience (like the one to be released now).
For those interested in the news, it is already possible to pre-register to receive more information about the game and access to the public beta which should be released from June in certain regions.
via Ars Technica