The upcoming free to play Call of Duty Mobile game, which was announced by Activision back in March at GDC, has entered an early Alpha testing phase in select countries only on Google Play Store.
Users who pre-registered for Call of Duty Mobile on the Google Play Store in select countries were able to download and load up the Call of Duty Mobile game, but it is not available widely for now. Activision stated that they would be doing smaller Alpha testing phases throughout the summer as the launch of the mobile game comes closer.
Call of Duty®: Mobile is currently in early Alpha in select countries, and we are working to improve the game experience by continuously fixing bugs and adding additional content for players. We welcome any feedback during your experience to improve the game.
The description for the game was also updated to state that a Competitive Ranked Mode will be available in the Mobile game, alongside Clan features.
Use your skills to rise to the top in competitive Ranked Mode, or win Clan in-game prizes as you play with friends.
The Google Play Store page for the Mobile game received an update with new screenshots of the game and a trailer showcasing some of the weapon customization options for the title.
And here’s a new trailer for the game, which showcases some of the weapon customization features the title will offer.
The Call of Duty Mobile game is set to launch this year worldwide and be free to play on iOS and Android. The game is developed by TIMI, a Tencent owned studio and published in partnership with Activision.