Call of Duty Mobile, Activision and Tencent’s free-to-play FPS, launches on October 1st – Pocket Gamer
As introduced over on Activision’s weblog, Call of Duty Mobile – Activision and Tencent’s a lot-hyped free-to-play FPS – is heading to the App Store and Google Play on October 1st.
It’s stated to be a ‘feature-rich game brimming with content’, which features a 100-player Battle Royale mode in addition to the standard Team Deathmatch, Search & Destroy, and Gun Game. COD Mobile contains ‘experiences from both the Modern Warfare and Black Ops series of games’, which means you’ll be able to anticipate loads of fan-favorite maps, killstreaks, and weapons.
Also interesting to nostalgic followers are the varied unlockable characters, together with John “Soap” MacTavish, Simon “Ghost” Riley, and Alec “Remember the Numbers” Mason. It makes use of the Operator system that’ll be acquainted to followers of the newer COD video games. These are mainly distinctive troopers with particular abilities and scorestreaks.
The Battle Royale mode goals to be ‘a massive test of survival on a huge and unique open map’. Much like Black Ops four’s Battle Royale map, COD Mobile’s is a hodgepodge of iconic locales from COD video games of yore. Matches will play out over land, sea, and air, with loads of enjoyable autos together with a helicopter, ATV, and tactical raft.
At launch, it’ll be accessible in all international locations besides Belgium, mainland China, and Vietnam. The exclusion of Belgium suggests to me that we are able to anticipate loot bins to make an look as half of COD Mobile’s free-to-play monetisation. The motive being that loot bins have beforehand been banned in Belgium after its gaming fee dominated that they signify an unlawful kind of on-line playing.
Thankfully, gamers primarily based in territories the place the sport has already launched (Australia, Canada, and Peru) will nonetheless retain all of their progress and unlocks. You can pre-register now over on each the App Store and Google Play.
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