Officially released in Australia, as an open beta, Call of Duty: Mobile will soon be released worldwide!
The expected date for the game to release in China is the 30th of March 2019, as the other release dates are not brought public yet, we can’t tell when they will for certain release Call of Duty all around the globe. But it’s expected somewhere in the near future, to be precise, in April or May of 2019 and from what’s seen already, we’re in for a ride!
The graphics and design team outdid themselves. All of the maps look realistic and the character models look really good, to say the least.
The user interface is clean and only what’s worth displaying is included on-screen.
With your HP bar down below, your Primary and Secondary Weapon displayed just on top of your health, grenades and strike bonuses set aside the rifles. With grenades being to the right of your Secondary Weapon and the Kill Strike Bonuses being to the left of your Primary Weapon.
As your minimap sits in the top right, all of the essential FPS game information is displayed in the top left portion of your screen, them being:
Time left on the clock, round count if you’re playing Search and Destroy and Encounters, who killed who and with what and et cetera.
As of now, what we know is that there are 4 game modes that you can play and those are: Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Search & Destroy, and last but not least Free-for-All. Not only that, but there’s a Zombie mood to boot. Which is in itself only adding to the variety that the Call of Duty developing team is giving out to their community.
Map wise, the six known are Crossfire, Killhouse, Nuketown, Crash, Standoff and Hijacked, hopefully, we’ll see more as the game reaches its worldwide release date!
Added to all of this, there’s a storyline that players can optionally play.
One of the things that people have been curious about is, what are the guns like and will there be skins?
And the answer to your questions is, yes, there are lots of skins from which you can pick your favorite.
As for the guns, there are over 30, so pick up your preferred Primary and Secondary combo and start shooting your foes down one by one!
Don’t worry, they didn’t forget about the Perks! As such, they are implemented in this Call of Duty expansion as well, a whole bunch of them from which you can boost yourself in whichever way you see fit.
Saying this now, but with a level of certainty, we’re guaranteed to see competitive play in Call of Duty: Mobile as soon as the community and scene grow larger and teams develop. Set for success, I see Call of Duty holding the number 1 spot on Google Play for a long time.
That’s all the information that we’ve been able to collect so far, hope you are satisfied. Stay tuned for more to come on Call of Duty: Mobile!