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Call of Duty Mobile starts its closed beta on Android in some countries

Varun Kesari
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Call of Duty Mobile, which already exceeds 10 million registered users in the Google Play Store, is one of the most anticipated games for Android and iOS mobile devices of the year. The new work of the popular Activision shooting saga was officially announced last March and is currently in early registration. At the moment its official release date is unknown but Call of Duty Mobile has already started its closed beta on Android in some countries.

As reported from GamesRadar, the trial versions of Call of Duty Mobile are already active in some regions, and could soon come to the rest. Activision promised to launch a beta this summer so that users could try the new game of the franchise, although this alpha phase has already reached Android devices in certain countries.

Call of Duty Mobile is currently celebrating a closed beta in selected countries. In addition, the company has confirmed that they are working to improve the gaming experience by continuously correcting errors and adding additional content. The objective of this alpha is not other than to gather information to detect possible errors that interfere with the gaming experience.

Taking advantage of the occasion, Call of Duty Mobile has also presented a new trailer focused on the customization of the weapons offered by the game. Among the features of the title, it is known that it will be totally free and will reach users in America, Europe, and other countries.

In addition, it is the same title that was previously announced for Chinese players in August 2018. The game will offer multiplayer modes and collect “maps, modes, weapons and characters” from the Call of Duty franchise, including Black Ops and Modern Warfare.

Similarly, the company also confirmed that the title will feature the classic game modes, such as Team Deathmatch, Search & Destroy and Free-For-All, and mythical maps, such as Nuketown, Crash and Hijacked. Even players can unlock classic characters from the successful franchise, weapons, and equipment. At the moment we have to wait to know when the beta and the final version of Call of Duty Mobile will arrive.


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