More information regarding Call of Duty Mobile's battle royale mode has been released, and players can expect to see some familiar locations.
The battle royale bandwagon is currently traveling at full speed and shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon. Not only games such as Fortnite and Apex Legends which are ultimately battle royale-centric, but also more established franchises that want to get in on the action. Call of Duty is one of those franchises.
Call of Duty Mobile is currently not available in the US and Europe, but Activision has promised it will be rolled out later this summer. However, if you game on Android and you can't wait for that vague date to arrive, its beta is being made available in certain regions at some point this week reports Games Radar. If you play on iOS, well, you'll just have to wait like the rest of us.
The latest details revealed about CoD Mobile pertain to the game's much-anticipated battle royale mode. Like most battle royale modes, there will be one map and one map only. However, well-versed CoD players may be able to traverse that map relatively will from day one. That's because it will apparently feature a number of locations from CoD's past. Cue Rust being to CoD what Tilted Towers was to Fortnite.
Having an over-crowded location where the slaughter can begin each and every round won't be the only thing CoD Mobile's battle royale mode will have in common with Fortnite. It will also feature 100-person matches and give players the choice of competing alone, as a duo, or in a squad of four. Interestingly, players will also be able to choose whether they play in first-person or third-person mode.
In addition to all of that, battle royale players will have six classes to choose from, and also be able to customize their loadouts before each new round begins. Along with a battle royale mode, CoD Mobile will also include a traditional multiplayer option and, of course, zombies. Now, all we need to know is when we can get our hands on it. Hopefully, we don't have to wait long for a definitive release date.