Activision had already announced Call of Duty: Mobile for the western market at the beginning of the year and introduced most features at that time: On board are popular game modes, maps, weapons and characters, especially from the ranks of Modern Warfare and Black Ops, as well like a piece of equipment for adjustments of the character.
There are, for example, a Battle Royale mode for 100 players, 5-on-5 Deathmatch and a zombie mode and Sniper against Sniper. Activision promises in the description, among other things, a "console-quality HD game on your mobile device with a configurable controls, voice and text chat and stunning 3D graphics and sounds".
The mobile game for smartphones and tablets is based on the typical shooter gameplay of the game series in first-person perspective and is based on the Unity engine. It is being developed by Tencent subsidiary TiMi Studios, while Activision is a publisher.
Call of Duty is available as a free download from Apple's App Store (1.5GB) and the Google Play Store (1.1GB), with the game funded via optional microtransactions. According to the description text, these range from in-app purchases of between € 1.09 to a "prestige package" of the already well-known COD points for € 109.99, which can be used to make activations.
The micro-transactions do not seem to be too disturbing and the game overall good, because the Android version is rated with 4.7 out of 5 stars so far very positive, while the iOS version comes to 4.4 out of 5 stars. A look at the game is also provided by the trailer below.
Following today's release, additional free content will be released for Call of Duty: Mobile in the form of seasonal updates, game modes, personalization items, and more. The first global community event called "Brighten the World" is on the occasion of the release of Call of Duty Mobile hack. The more people play, the more rewards will be unlocked for everyone, including new disguises for a variety of different items in the game.