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Call of Duty Mobile exceeds 10 million registered users in Google Play Store

Activision announced last March Call of Duty: Mobile, the mobile game of the popular shooting saga. The new free delivery for Android and iOS devices of one of the most popular franchises in the world of video games is currently in early registration and will come to compete against works such as Fortnite or Hearthstone, among others. While they wait for its release, Call of Duty Mobile already exceeds 10 million registered users in Google Play Store.

How they report from TalkESport, Activision has confirmed during its financial meeting that its new mobile game from one of its most successful sagas, Call of Duty Mobile, has already exceeded 10 million registered users in Google Play Store all over the world. It should be remembered that the iOS app store does not have an option to sign up in advance of the shooting title, for now.

Call of Duty Mobile is expected to launch a public beta, so that players can test the title before its launch, scheduled for this year, and that will help developers to polish the game, during this summer in some regions still to be confirmed.

The game is still in pre-registration

Among the features of Call of Duty Mobile, it is known that it will be totally free and that will reach the users of America, Europe and other countries. In addition, it is the same title that was previously announced for Chinese gamers in August 2018. The game will offer multiplayer modes and will bring together “maps, modes, weapons and characters” from the Call of Duty franchise, including Black Ops and Modern Warfare.

Activision also confirmed that the title will feature the classic game modes like Team Deathmatch, Search & Destroy. and Free-For-All, and with mythical maps, like Nuketown, Crash, and Hijacked. In the same way, players can unlock classic characters from the hit franchise, weapons and equipment.