The upper echelons of Activision and the authors of Timi Studio take advantage of the media visibility guaranteed by the COD Modern Warfare Open Beta to fix the launch period of Call of Duty Mobile, the ambitious shooter for iOS and Android systems.
The Tencent internal development company that will take care of this project promises to offer us a gaming experience not too far from that usable on home consoles, albeit with the necessary distinctions represented by the different layout of controls based on touch controls and the limitations imposed from competitive multiplayer on mobile systems.
Thanks to suggestions received from those who participated in the closed beta testing phase, Call of Duty Mobile should be available starting Tuesday, October 1 on iOS and Android systems. The title, specify Tencent and Activision, will adopt the free-to-play formula that will allow the free download of the application, with subsequent access to the internal storage for those who wish to further customize the appearance of their digital soldier.
Among the multiplayer modes accessible since launch, we will find the canonical challenges Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy and Free-for-All, with a range of maps that will include historical settings such as Nuketown, Hijacked and Crash. Also in October, coinciding with the release of Call of Duty Mobile on the App Store and Google Play, we will then have access to the Battle Royale module and its huge explorable map for lobbies that will include up to 100 players connected simultaneously. Before leaving you to the tweet that confirms the launch day of the next Activision free mobile shooter, we remind you that the “big brother” Call of Duty Modern Warfare is instead scheduled for release on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for the October 25.
— Call of Duty: Mobile (@PlayCODMobile) September 18, 2019