Now You Can Wreck Noobs on the Bus!
Call of Duty Mobile is going to be releasing for iPhone and Android on October 1st. The game will be ready for download via the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store. There is going to be a free to play version for those who don’t want to spend any money. The game is going to be available to almost everyone worldwide. The exceptions are China, Vietnam, Belgium for some reason, and of course, North Korea.
This public announcement was accompanied by a brand new trailer showing off what the game has to offer. Old school game modes like Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, and Free-For-All will all be there. Fan-favorite maps are also going to be present in the game too. Crash and Nuketown were the examples shown in the trailer.
What makes Call of Duty Mobile stand out from its counterparts on console and PC is that the mobile version of COD will feature a battle royale mode. This free for all, fight to the death game mode was supposed to be in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare but what scrapped last minute. This was due to time constraints and Infinity Ward wanted to focus on other aspects of the game. In Call of Duty Mobile, you’ll be able to play solo, doubles, and four man squads. You’ll also have access to a laundry list of vehicles and weapons. The amount of content that is going to be present is very impressive.
You will soon be able to get your FPS fix when you’re out and about. Most gamers scoff at the idea of mobile games (which is somewhat understandable) but they really have made strides forward in recent years. You should definitely give this a chance.