Call of Duty: Mobile was announced by Activision a while ago and it finally soft launched on iOS last month in Australia after seeing Google Play rollouts earlier in other regions. Instead of doing a spinoff to some home console release, Activision decided to just call this game Call of Duty: Mobile and it has been developed with Tencent Games. Watch the trailer for it below:
After debuting on Android in regions including India and then soft launching on iOS in Australia last month, Call of Duty: Mobile is now available in Canada as well. You still need a VPN to play so if you do plan on downloading it before the game has officially launched in your region, be prepared. This game will include both traditional Call of Duty multiplayer and battle royale. Check out our detailed post on what modes will be included and what to expect for the full launch here.
If you’re interested in checking it out right now, it is available for free on the Australian and Canadian App Store and you will need a VPN to play. Check it out here. As of now there have been no announcements for a roll out to more regions on iOS in the near future. If you’ve played it already on iOS through the soft launch last month in Australia, what do you think of Call of Duty: Mobile so far?