Call of Duty: Mobile worldwide release set for October 1

Sep 18 2019 2 min read

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The worldwide release of Call of Duty: Mobile will occur on October 1, bringing the run-and-gun action to mobile devices across the globe. 

The game was soft-launched weeks ago in Canada and a few other countries, so expect to meet a few veterans on day one. The release includes both Android and iOS, widening the player base quite a bit. 

One mode that should prove popular is Battle Royale which supports up to 100 players on a map exclusive to the mobile game but featuring familiar points of interest. Players will be able to play solo, in duos and teams of four right at launch. There's also the more traditional modes like Team Deathmatch, Free-for-all and Search and Destroy. The launch maps for these modes take from the early Modern Warfare and Black Ops games, the most popular of which is Nuketown. 

Ranking up will unlock characters like Soap and Ghost, alongside loads of customisation options. Players also have the option of unlocking all this content using microtransactions, otherwise it's a totally free-to-play game. 

Gone is the annual release schedule the series is known for, with the mobile game receiving regular content updates instead. Whether you're a casual or hardcore COD fan, there really isn't any excuse not to try it out for yourself when it releases in October. 


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