Call of Duty: Mobile Teases Battle Royale Mode, and You Can Pre-Register Now

Call of Duty: Mobile Teases Battle Royale Mode, and You Can Pre-Register Now

A beta is coming before the game launches as a F2P title on iOS and Android devices.

Call of Duty: Mobile, originally announced last year, has resurfaced. The mobile-only take on the franchise is coming to iOS and Android devices, and pre-registration for the game is now live.

There's no word yet on when the game will launch on either iOS or Android platforms, however, but Call of Duty: Mobile will be entirely free to download whenever it does launch. It's likely that the game will feature microtransactions of some sort, perhaps tied to character customization, but the cost of this is yet to be revealed.

In the announcement trailer for the mobile game, multiple maps and modes are revealed. There's Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, and Free-for-All, in particular, played on the Nuketown, Crash, and Hijacked maps.

"Multiplayer is just the start. Over the coming months, stay tuned for updates on additional game modes including a unique Call of Duty Battle Royale experience," reads the announcement over on the official Call of Duty website. So perhaps the Mobile version of the game won't be getting Blackout, but will be getting its own, unique Battle Royale mode.

But if you're itching to get your hands on Call of Duty: Mobile as soon as possible, then you're in luck. Signing up for pre-registration on the Call of Duty: Mobile website will also give you a chance to take part in an upcoming beta test, although there's no word on a release date for the beta for Call of Duty: Mobile as of right now.

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