Call of Duty is bringing its hit battle royale game to Android and iOS devices in 2023. The game will feature large-scale 120-player matches complete with weapons, operators, and locations from the PC version. Players will drop into Verdansk to battle it out, the original battleground for Call of Duty Warzone.
Warzone Mobile will also feature a shared Battle Pass, which has cross-progression with Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2.0, which drop at the tail end of 2022. Like Call of Duty Mobile, Warzone Mobile will be free-to-play.
But what about microtransactions? Activision hasn’t revealed much about the MTX in Warzone Mobile. Many COD mobile fans are already familiar with the in-game purchases in Call of Duty: Mobile. It’s safe to assume things will be similar, seeing as how Activision raked $1.5 billion from COD Mobile gamers, according to data from SensorTower.
While it is cross-progression, COD Warzone Mobile will feature exclusive in-game events designed specifically for the mobile version, which will not be available in Warzone 2.0. That said, players can sync their Warzone Mobile and Call of Duty accounts to level up their shared Battle Pass on their phones.
Activision’s move to introduce cross-platform progression allows players to experience Call of Duty on multiple platforms, taking the franchise to the next level in one united ecosystem. We’ll keep you posted when more details are announced. For now, Android gamers can pre-register for Warzone mobile today.
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