After months of being in the beta phase, Call of Duty: Mobile is finally available for people to download on their Android and iOS devices. Like most mobile games, this will be a free-to-play shooter with a number of microtransactions if players want to get ahead. This is something many fans have been looking forward to since there has been some solid Call of Duty mobile games before.
The game has been on a beta phase since June so it's actually been through a number of changes after player experiences. Since this is a mobile game there will be more updates to come, which is usually the case, especially when new events are added to entice players to play more/again. Hopefully, it all pans out since this could be a really fun experience that a lot of us want it to be.
Call of Duty: Mobile is a hodgepodge of multiple games in the series, including a Battle Royale mode based on the Blackout mode from Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. It's not too surprising to know that this is a free-to-play mobile game with a battle royale mode since Fortnite has a mobile port but no one can blame Activision for wanting that mobile game money.
Even though Activision makes so much console money from the various Call of Duty games, not to mention the other IPs they own, like Crash Bandicoot and Spyro the Dragon.
Call of Duty: Mobile is now available on iOS and Android.