Since the announcement of Call of Duty: Mobile would come to the West after a successful stint in China, Activision has released a steady stream of details on Tencent-developed FPS games that are currently rolling out its beta across Android devices in selected regions this week (iOS players will have to wait a little longer).
The latest news bug is about combat royal fashion, which is included as part of Call of Duty: Mobile Package, along with the game's traditional multiplayer and zombie PvE modes. Although Activision calls Call of Duty: Mobile – Battle Royale is a "standalone" mode from Black Ops 4's Blackout mode, it is inevitably inspired by the experience with similar rules, 1
Having said that, the royal cards of the battle now contain even more famous places from the Call of Duty past, including the Modern Warfare series, while players will be able to choose between a first or third person perspective at the beginning of each game. In addition, a class system is added to Mobil's recording on Blackout, with six available classes each with their own unique skills and traits.
In addition, players will be able to adjust their expiration during the Debrief section before each game of combat royally and equip their character with a series of weapons, items or car skins, choose different emojia and even customize their knife, wingsuit, and parachute with unlocked cosmetics.
You can pre-register for the Call of Duty: Mobile beta right now by going to the game's Google Play Store page, though Activision hasn't yet specified when it comes to the US or European territories beyond a vague summer release window. We update you with more details when we hear something new.
Read on the best gaming phones in 2019 if you want to upgrade to COD Mobile or watch the video below to see everything else coming this week.