Over the past few years, smartphones have become more and more powerful, making them capable gaming machines that can run modern games reasonably well in spite of their lack of physical controls. Popular online shooters like PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and Fortnite both have mobile ports, and now Call of Duty is hoping to get in on the action too.
Call of Duty: Mobile is developed alongside Tencent, a Chinese developer responsible for bringing numerous online shooters to the region. Call of Duty: Mobile was previously announced to be launching in China, but we now know the game is also coming to Europe and North America, making it something UK gamers can try their hand at.
The mobile game features multiplayer modes including Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy and Free-For-All, as well as fan favourite maps including Nuketown, Crash, and Hijacked. Additionally, modes other than classic multiplayer are expected to soon be announced, which could mean anything from battle royale to a single player campaign.
If you're eager to try out Call of Duty: Mobile as soon as possible, sign up here and you can hopefully get an invite to a beta taking place this summer.