Call Of Duty Battle Royale Launching Soon For Android & iOS

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“Battle Royale” is a term that brings a sparkle to the eyes of mobile gamers, for this genre has exploded onto the scene like none other. Popularized by games like PUBG and Fortnite, battle royale is currently one of the most searched terms in gaming. Another big player is ready to join the league, and it’s none other than Call of Duty. The famous Activision franchise is finally entering the mobile gaming arena with Call of Duty: Mobile.

Call Of Duty Mobile Features

The first-person shooter combines intense firefights of the original game with a battle-royale genre, similar to what was seen in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Blackout mode. With a multitude of maps like Nuketown, Crash, Standoff, Crossfire and Hijacked, the game will go up against the likes of PUBG Mobile and Fortnite mobile. Unlike PUBG and Fortnite, this franchise has a separate fanbase that is expected to follow the game’s development on mobile.

The beta version of Call of Duty Mobile was first released in December 2018. The game featured different multiplayer modes like Free4All (Solo mode). Search and Destroy, Frontline and Team Deathmatches. Furthermore, Call of Duty introduces its iconic zombie mode in the mobile game. While the beta version of the game included just a single-player zombie mode, it is expected that the full version will have co-op multiplayer mode too.

As per reports, players will be able to play as special characters from the Call of Duty universe. Furthermore, players will be able to customize their characters and weapons as to their liking. For doing so, they will have to spend in-game currency that can also be purchased digitally. The game will be a standalone title, with no correlation to any previous Call of duty storylines. To match up to the competition, the game will be free to download.

Game Availability

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The trailer for the game released on March 15, 2019 and it promises attractive and high-end graphics. This also implies that the game will be resource-demanding, and will require decent specifications to run smoothly. The company is now accepting pre-registrations for the official launch of the game here. It will be available for download on both iOS and Android.

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