Activision is all set to release the Call of Duty: Mobile in coming months and rumors and info are flooding the web after the launch of the beta version of the game.
According to the recent announcement, it looks like that Activision is going hard against PUBG Mobile before the official launch of Call of Duty: Mobile.
The developers have confirmed the addition of 4 different vehicle classes to the game in the next update.
This vehicle roaster will include an SUV and ATV for land movements, Tactical rafts for waterways and a Light Helicopter for air. The Light Helicopter will carry three members of a squad.
The ATV will carry two players one driver and one pillion rider. You can roll with your whole squad in the armored SUV.
Tactical Rafts designed for speedy movement in water can carry a squad. It should be noted that Tactical Rafts lack ample amount of protection from enemy fire.
Everything you need to know about COD: Mobile
Activision has hired Tencent, the same company behind the PUBG Mobile for the development of the game.
COD: Mobile shares a fair number of similarities to other mobile battle royale games. The game begins with 100 players being dropped on an island where they loot and fight for the survival while a death zone collapses.
The biggest reason that people could jump from PUBG Mobile to COD: Mobile is the huge amount of resources for map design and locations that belong to the original Call of Duty. The upcoming game will have areas like Farm and Diner which are taken from COD Black Ops II.
Call of Duty: Mobile Release Date
Activation has not announced the release date of Call of Duty: Mobile.
However, Tencent has launched a closed beta program for Android users which you can register on the Google PlayStore. As of writing this, no beta version for iOS has been announced or even hinted by the company. The closed beta is available in a limited number of countries from NA, SA, Asia, and Europe.