Call of Duty Mobile’s release date is approaching, and now you can start getting excited about the Call of Duty Mobile beta that will allow you to try out the free Call of Duty game coming to iPhone, iPad, and Android.
Here’s what you need to know about the Call of Duty Mobile beta, what you’ll get in-game, and more information about what you’ll actually be able to do in Call of Duty Mobile when it arrives later this year. Here’s more about Call of Duty 2019 for PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
The beta version of Call of Duty Mobile starts this week, but it will be a little longer before you can try it out in the US and most of the world. Here’s what we know about the game’s release date and other details.
When does the Call of Duty Mobile beta start?
The beta version of Call of Duty Mobile starts this week in India. The beta will continue its release in Australia shortly thereafter. From there, it will reach other regions, including at some point the U.S. and North America.
Unfortunately, Activision doesn’t share more information about the call of Duty Mobile beta release date in the US, but you can prepare for the beta right now.
Sign up for the Call of Duty mobile beta
While it doesn’t have a specific release date in the US, you can sign up for the Beta of Call of Duty Mobile to make sure you get in as soon as they open it. You can sign up on the Call of Duty website or live on Google Play. We hope to see a pre-registration option on the App Store soon.
To register, you need to share your email, create a password, choose a region, and enter your date of birth. We will let you know if there is a way to register for the beta in another region to get early access.
What is Call of Duty Mobile?
Call of Duty Mobile is a free Call of Duty game for iPhone, iPad and Android that combines the multiple worlds of Call of Duty into one online multiplayer experience. This includes parts of Call of Duty: Black Ops and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, among others.
This is an online game with a variety of game modes that you’re used to in traditional Call of Duty games. You can connect with friends using the text and chat of the game. Activision offers simple and advanced controls, but driver support is not mentioned.
You’ll get a variety of loads, scoring streaks, and players to choose from. This is not a battle royale game like Fortnite Battle Royale or PUBG Mobile.
Call of Duty mobile device support
Activision says they’re “working every day both to optimize gaming for high-end phones and to make it widely accessible for many other devices.” They don’t specify which devices it will work for and what it won’t for, but you can expect it to work on the latest iPhones, iPads, and Android devices smoothly.
It will be less likely on older phones and on devices like the Amazon Fire 7 tablet, which doesn’t have Google Play.
Call of Duty mobile modes and maps
We know a lot about call of Duty Mobile maps and a little about the modes you’ll be able to play. This is exciting for players who remember playing classic Call of Duty maps like Nuketown, as they will now be able to play on their phone or tablet. In addition to NukeTown, Crash and Hijacked, the following maps are part of the first beta and the upcoming game.
Call of Duty Mobile’s game modes will support eight to 10 players depending on the type of game. Here are the modes;
We may see additional modes in the near future, but there is no time or mention of an extreme mode.