New “Call Of Duty: Warzone” Offshoot Is Coming
Publisher Activision today announced with a suitable teaser trailer that a brand new ” Call of Duty: Warzone ” spin-off will soon celebrate its unveiling. A few months ago, word got out through a job posting that the title was already in the works.
“Call Of Duty: Warzone” Comes As A Mobile Version On Smartphones And Tablets
Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile users can now sign up for pre-registration for the game. Users who signed up for the game ahead of time could play it first on their phones. Also, when the game comes out, it will be automatically put on the Google Play app store.
With “Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile”, the popular Battle Royale of the popular shooter series is finally making its debut on mobile devices. In the teaser, we only see an aeroplane flying above the clouds. After a few seconds, the plane disappears behind a black screen, but soon we’ll find out more.
In the description of the trailer on YouTube, it says that on September 15th, during the “CoD Next” event, you can find out more about the next game in the series. “Modern Warfare 2” and “Call of Duty: Warzone 2” are the two main titles on this. But there shouldn’t be a lack of news about the mobile branch.
No Specific Release Date Mentioned
But the developers don’t want to get ahead of themselves by giving a firm release date. But this fact could also change in a few days at the unveiling event. It is said that in Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile, you and up to 119 other players will be left on Verdansk and have to fight to stay alive until only one player is left. Just a few weeks ago, an industry insider gave us fresh information about “Call of Duty: Warzone 2” .
Activision makes the Call of Duty video game series, which is a first-person shooter. When it began in 2003, it was mostly about games about World War II. Over the years, there have been games set during the Cold War, in the future, and in space. First, the games were made by Infinity Ward. Then, Treyarch and Sledgehammer Games also worked on them.
Call Of Duty Online
Activision announced Call of Duty Online when they first said they were interested in an MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online Game) in early 2011. It had been made for two years at that point. Tencent hosts Call of Duty Online in mainland China, where it is free to play. This is because Activision lost the publishing rights to Call of Duty and a few other franchises in China because of a legal dispute (Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii).