The Battle Royale genre for shooting games has massively exploded in the world of mobile gaming over the last few years.
Anyone who does not believe may want to check on the incredible stats that Fortnite and PUBG Mobile brag of today. With both of these titles making their ways into the hearts of minds of players, some have asked when another killer will come in.
And now thanks to Activision and Tencent Games, the popular franchise Call of Duty is fully in the mobile world.
The game launched its mobile version earlier today on the Google Play and App Stores. What amazes, even more, is that it is absolutely free of charge despite Activision’s promise of having the best graphics.
The title had been running on Beta to a selective number of players for months now and the anticipated full version just went live across the globe.
The game is set to combine the familiarity of the Call of Duty universe and bring it over to Android and iOS to grab the attention of fans of the FPS genre. The game features modes such as Free-For-All, Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Hardpoint, and Domination, along with Battle Royale.
As noted in our previous coverage, the game relies on the Call of Duty brand goodwill with several borrowed elements ranging from characters and weapons to even maps such as Nuketown, Crash, Hijacked, Crossfire, Standoff, Crash, and Killhouse.
This familiarity will help ease players into Call of Duty: Mobile while attracting new players looking to play something other than PUBG Mobile.