Call of Duty is coming to your smartphone

They’re expected to start beta testing in the coming weeks

Activision has just announced that Call of Duty will soon be making its way to a mobile screen near you.

During an address at the 2019 Game Developers Conference, a company spokesperson said developers are working to release a limited beta for Android devices before a wider rollout follows shortly thereafter. Dubbed Call of Duty: Mobile, the beta is expected to be available in North/South America and Europe in the coming weeks.

Reported to have the “the look and feel of the game’s performance on at least Xbox 360 and PS3-era hardware,” players will have the luxury of exploring “familiar maps from previous entries like Black Ops and Modern Warfare.”

As for gameplay options, the free-to-play title is set to offer “Search-and-Destroy, Team Deathmatch and free for all” modes. Again, we have yet to confirm when the beta testing will officially begin, but the company is currently allowing would-be testers to sign up for access.

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