SAN FRANCISCO – Activision has abolished the first major call of duty video game for smartphones. The title is simple enough: Call of Duty Mobile . The online multiplayer online game will be released later this year, but neither Activision nor any of its Western CoD-focused studios will lead the development of the game.
Instead, the tasks of Tencent, one of the leading mobile operators in China, perceived. Games publishers. (Activision has not made it clear that a particular studio within Tencent has taken the lead in this game.)
Call of Duty Mobile was featured at today's Unity Keynote presentation as part of the 201
9 Game Developer Conference presented as this was the case was built into the Unity Engine. An Activision representative at the Unity event said that players may expect "popular maps, modes for competitions and signature combat mechanics from [Call of Duty entries like] Black Ops and Modern Warfare ". The first mobile versions of the series, which include the first mobile version of the series, include Nuketown, Hijacked and Crash, and fans can count on traditional CoD multiplayer systems such as kill streaks -for-all-battle or five vs. five modes like team deathmatch and search and destruction. The event contained no mention or indication of a potential 100-player Battle Royale mode, as in the PC and console versions of Call of Duty [Black Ops 4] .
Activision promises "60 frames per second graphics, low latency and very responsive controls" in the game. However, no simple gameplay was shown. It therefore remains to be seen how important aspects such as screen controls and the general user interface will look like. We also do not know how monetization and microtransactions will flow into the experience. A brief demonstration of CoD Mobile dissected in the Unity Editor included explanations for mobile graphics tricks such as static shadow masks and dynamic, cascaded shadow maps. Interested players can do this Register now at callofduty.com for the iOS and Android versions.