I don’t know about you but I have been waiting a long time for Call of Duty to come out with a mobile version of their game. Activision and Tencent announced yesterday that the franchise was bringing Call of Duty to mobile. The mobile game will allow players to play some of Call of Duty favorite game modes. Game modes such as Search and Destroy and Free-for-All. It will also feature some very popular maps like Nuketown and Crash. The game will be free and available on Android and Apple iOS devices.

Call of Duty: Mobile Trailer

From watching the trailer it looks like the collaboration between Activision and Tencent was a great one. The game seems to be similar to what we are use to playing on the other platforms. Meaning we will be able to move around and take other players in that same multiplayer first-person shooter style. This in my opinion is an excellent direction to take the franchise as mobile gaming is becoming more and more popular and Activision does not want to be left out of that market.

I know am looking forward to its launch later this year. The beta version of the game will launch this summer in North America, Europe, and South America. You are able to pre-register for the beta on the official Call of Duty website. I have already pre-registered for the game and hope to see you all in the game.

Click here to pre-register.

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Shawn A Gonsalves is a 14-year veteran in Information Technology. He enjoys all forms of technology, from gaming to networking, to mobile devices, to home entertainment. It was his love for the first Street Fighter video game that truly started his love for gaming. Since then he has played every version of Street Fighter that has come out. His favorite gaming console has been the PlayStation, it is his love for gaming on a PS4 the last few years that has motivated him to play a role in sharing his experiences with the different forms of technology.