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Call of Duty: Mobile Beta Available This Week

May 21, 2019
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We have great news if you have been anxiously awaiting Call of Duty: Mobile announcements. This week the game will officially be released as a beta for both iOS and Android. Activision said that the game will be available for select territories right now, and more territories will be opened up as the weeks go on. We first learned about Call of Duty: Mobile a couple months ago, and we are thrilled that the beta is finally here. Keep reading to learn more about the game and what you will find in the beta test version.

Call of Duty: Mobile Closed Beta Available Now

The Call of Duty: Mobile closed beta is available this week, but only for certain territories at the moment. This game will be in beta for both iOS and Android players, and we are super excited about this news. The first closed beta started in India with Australia soon getting the beta as well. Other territories will also have access to the Call of Duty: Mobile beta. That means the beta version is slowly rolling out worldwide, but it could take a while to reach everyone since it’s going by territory.

There are quite a few features that you will have access to during the Call of Duty: Mobile beta, including five different multiplayer modes. Free for All, Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Hardpoint, and Domination will all be included in the beta. Free for All is the classic deathmatch where everyone is on their own.

Frontline allows you to spawn at your team base and then kill the players from the other team. Team Deathmatch is the mode where you can beat the players on the other team. Hardpoint allows you to capture the hardpoint and hold it in order to earn some points. Domination is where you have to capture and hold certain positions in order to earn points.

Call of Duty: Mobile Beta Game Details Released

So you will get these five different multiplayer modes in the beta game, and most support a decent player count. The Free for All will support up to eight different players, while the rest of the modes will support up to 10 different players. There will also be seven different maps available in the beta version of Call of Duty: Mobile. Those maps include Killhouse, Nuketown, Crossfire, Hijacked, Crash, Firing Range, and Sandoff.

You will also have a ton of different options for gear and weapons in the game, including being able to choose between a Primary and Secondary weapon. There is also going to be the option to choose either a tactical grenade or an explosive grenade. You will also be able to pick the soldier that you will be playing as and many characters will be in the game. If you want to play an iconic Call of Duty character you can or you can choose an anonymous character or entity instead. Customization of clothing, headgear, and your backpack will also be available.

Call of Duty: Mobile Closed Beta Begins Now as Public Beta is in the Works

The public beta will be rolling out to select regions this summer. You can sign-up right now and pre-register for Call of Duty: Mobile in order to be notified when the public beta is available. We don’t have a date for the public beta release, but we know it will happen sometime this summer. More information will be released within the next few weeks, including what other features will be in the game.

Some of the characters that will be in the game include John Price, Simon Riley, David Mason, Alex Mason, Thomas Merric, and John MacTavish. You can sign-up right now if you would like to be notified of when the public beta of Call of Duty: Mobile is available. If you live within one of the selected territories keep your eyes out this week for the closed beta.

In the comments below, we want to know whether or not you will be playing Call of Duty: Mobile. Are you going to be signing up for the notifications for when the game is available in public beta form? Do you think that this game will translate well into the mobile world? What other features do you hope are added to Call of Duty: Mobile?