Call of Duty Mobile to Launch on 1 October to Rival PUBG
Call of Duty for mobile is set for an official launch in India on 1 October, 2019, the game’s developers have confirmed via a tweet.
The game was earlier scheduled for a November launch, but the developers seem to have already got everything covered to introduce a final version.
The final version of Call of Duty Mobile is set to feature all the weapons and maps that weren’t made available in the beta version which was launched a couple of months ago in India.
A per the beta version, Call of Duty Mobile is set to receive game modes like Team Deathmatch, Search & Destroy and even a Free-for-All mode.
We are still not sure whether a Battle Royale mode will be introduced. Activision, the game's developer, has promised that it will deliver a similar gaming experience to the Modern Warfare and Black Ops series.
Though the game has been created by Activision and Tencent, in India it will be distributed under the umbrella of Unity, since it uses Unity's engine.
The game is based on the first-person shooter platform and is similar to the console version of the game. For the mobile version, the developers are looking to offer 60fps performance, low latency, and responsive controls.
The developers are looking to optimise the game for high-end phones. However, work will continue to make the game compatible across all kinds of devices.
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