Call Of Duty Mobile Closed Beta Now Rolling Out In India, All Features Revealed
When the mobile battle royale version of the popular FPS game Call of Duty was announced, fans were quite excited to witness the game in action on their smartphones. The company started accepting pre-registrations for the the same back in March 2019, and after two months, the closed beta of the game is now available for closed beta testing in select countries, including India. Moreover, new features of the battle royale game have been revealed by Activision.
Confirmed Features By Activision
Call of Duty has been confirmed with a host of new features, including several multiplayer modes as follows:
- Team Deathmatch
Except the Free-for-all mode which supports 8 players, all the other game modes support a total of 10 players per match. In the future, the game can be updated with popular game modes from the PC version of CoD (Call of Duty) such as Search and Destroy and Kill confirmed.
automatically when the crosshair is focused on the enemy, whereas in advanced mode, the player has to fire the weapon manually. Moreover, players can choose how they hold each weapon by default. For instance, shotguns can be set to hip-fire by default, while rifles can be set to ADS (aim down sights) by default. Apart from tweaking the HUD, players can customize their aiming sensitivity via a total 17 different sliders.
A total of seven maps have been announced by the developer, 5 of which are listed below:
- Crossfire: Small desert town, good for shotgun-based gameplay
- Standoff: Set in the border town between China and Kyrgyzstan
- Crash: Features blind corners and great sniping spots
- Killhouse: Great for small teams, set in a warehouse interior
- Firing Range: Set in Cuba, this map will be a house to hectic domination games
The other two maps are Nuketown and Hijacked.
As mentioned previously, the game will be available on both iOS and Android devices. If users have pre-registered for the game and haven’t received an email from the company yet, they just need to wait. As per Activision, the access to Call of Duty: Mobile will be rolled out in batches. The game is looking to go head-to-head against other battle royale games like Fortnite and PUBG Mobile.