The videogames industry has been counting on mobile titles as protagonists for years and therefore it is no coincidence that many of the most well-known names in the sector have made the leap to this type of platform.
The last to do it is the classic Call of duty, a saga of video games of first person shooting (FPS for its acronym in English), of a bizarre nature and that until now was available on all platforms except mobile phones.
But those who want to shoot from their cell phones will be able to do it very soon since Activision, the company that distributes it, has announced a new installment of the game for iOS and Android mobile phones that arrive under the name of Call of Duty: Mobile.
The game has been developed by Timi, a study by the Chinese multinational Tencent that bought games like Clash RoyaleandClash of Clans.
The game has already been announced by Activision in its official Twitter account and we can even watch a video with the trailer to open its mouth with what this version for mobile phones offers us. At the moment there is no exact release date but there will be an open beta period that is already possible to sign up and thanks to which we can try the game a while before it officially goes on the market.
Regarding the monetization model, Activision has decided to adopt the model in it free-to-play what we see in titles like Fortnite or Apex Legends, model with which the download is completely free but you can acquire things within the game in exchange for money.
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