The latest and the greatest attempt of Activision‘s would be this- expanding Call Of Duty the massive FPS franchise once more on both Android and iOS. Shooting games have taken the center stage now and people can’t stop gushing about it. But all this craze started from none other than the Call Of Duty that kept people hooked to it’s amazing features.
Call Of Duty, arguably stands as one of the biggest gaming franchises ever, we may have seen some of the Call of Duty titles on mobile platforms in the past, but now they’re saying that nothing can really be compared to this upcoming mobile game.
As is often the case, Call of Duty Mobile will follow the free-to-play model. We still don’t have any clue whether like Fortnite and Player Unknown Battlegrounds, the title will include in-app purchases to bolster further development and management.
Call of Duty Mobile is coming up in cooperation with Tencent Games. This Chinese company was behind the China-exclusive Call of Duty: Legends of War in the previous year — so this partnership comes as no real surprise. That particular game was exclusively available on desktops exclusive but bears some striking resemblances to this upcoming Call of Duty Mobile game.
The trailer puts some insight into what we can expect from this latest stab from Activision at the online multiplayer FPS market. 60fps gameplay is touted, as are popular game modes that will undoubtedly take into account Team Deathmatch, Free-for-all, and Search & Destroy.
For the fans of the series since inception, the ability to play as iconic characters such as Captain Price and Ghost from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will no doubt be a huge draw. Classic maps and weapons will show up as well, adding to the glam.
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