Around a year back, Call of duty mobile beta was released in India and it was all over YouTube gaming community. It wasn’t what gamers expected, so developers took their time and Call of duty Mobile is finally about to launch across the globe on October 1, 2019.
Many of the mobile players have searched and done a lot of workarounds to play it even after the beta version got over. But now there is no need to use VPN’s anymore, all you need to do is wait for October 1, 2019, when the game will be officially launched.
Some countries are lucky to have this game for quite some time now and the name of India is also going to add in the list. The developer of Call of Duty, “Activision” has developed the game in association with Tencent’s Timi Studio, (Popularly known as PUBG developers). Call of Duty: Mobile will be absolutely free to download and will be made available for both Android and iOS users.
Announcing the news officially, Mr. Chris Plummer, Vice president of Mobile at Activision said that “We are delivering the definitive, first-person action experience on mobile with signature Call of Duty gameplay in the palms of your hands,”
First-person shooting game lovers will go to enjoy awesome features like Crash and Crossfire maps added from Modern warfare and Nuketown and Hijacked maps taken from Black Ops. There are many other breathtaking features that are definitely going to alive all the gaming memories.
Besides love-up features like Deathmatch and Free-for-all modes, Call of Duty: Mobile spice up the game with the addition of latest battle royale mode. Of course, you won’t find the mobile battle royale mode the same as the PC but if you have ever played Blackout mode on PC, you feel no difference.
The idea of the gameplay is the same where 100 players are landed somewhere on a new map. This could be solo, duo or in the team. The objective of the game is to knock down the opponents adopting all the tricks in the water, on land and in the air flying in the helicopters. Battle Royale mode (when asked to the beta version players) sounds exciting.
So wrap up all your work before October 1, to enjoy the unmatchable experience of playing Call of Duty: Mobile on your Android or iOS smartphones. The game will be launched globally including India. Although, if you’re living somewhere in China, Belgium, or Vietnam, you have to wait a bit more because the game is not going to launch as of now in these countries.