Call of Duty: Mobile beta test has started

May 17 2019 2 min read

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Activision’s desire to expand the audience of the Call of Duty franchise is understandable, and that’s pretty much the main reason we are now facing the release of Call of Duty: Mobile. The game is obviously far from the experience you can get on major platforms, but that’s a nice project for those who like shooting opponents on smartphones.

In its core, Call of Duty: Mobile is a rerelease of a former Chinese exclusive Call of Duty: Online. The current version for smartphones provides players with pretty much the same gameplay options – multiplayer fights, iconic characters of the series to choose, the ability to customize weapons, etc. Right now, the game has launched in beta, although it is worth noting that it is available only in select countries. Activision plans to reach wider global markets throughout the course of testing, so there are more locations to come in summer. The test is mostly targeted at examining the server capabilities and technical aspects, and if you are among those who can already participate in beta – expect to download updates on a regular basis.

To accompany the limited release in beta, Activision has shared a new trailer for Call of Duty: Mobile. The video shows several features already present at the game as well as some future content and mechanics. There’s even a short glimpse at what resembles the Blackout transport helicopters. Why not?

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