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Activision took the wraps off the game’s multiplayer modes during a recent preview event, and some of the first gameplay videos can be viewed below.
Warzone Mobile’s multiplayer offering includes Domination and Team Deathmatch modes, playable in several areas taken from the Verdansk battle royale map, including Boneyard and TV Station.
These modes have been designed to give players an additional way of levelling up their weapons outside of the battle royale mode, which will support 120-player matches.
Officially revealed in September, Warzone Mobile is being co-developed by Activision’s Shanghai, Beenox, Digital Legends, and Solid State studios.
“Leveraging new unified technology across Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 and Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile, players can share many social features (like friends and chat channels) and cross-progression enabling a shared Battle Pass and more for a connected Call of Duty experience,” Activision said at the time.
While the game is expected to be released worldwide on Android and iOS devices in 2023, members of its development team told Pocket-Lint this month that Warzone Mobile could see a limited release later this year.
Warzone 2 was released on November 16 and reached 25 million players in its first five days, Activision claimed this week.
Microsoft has reportedly offered Sony a deal that would see the Call of Duty franchise remain on PlayStation for a decade should its proposed $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard gain approval.
The future of the Call of Duty series as a multiplatform product is one of the key areas being examined by competition regulators scrutinising the deal.