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Leaked videos from the Call of Duty Warzone Mobile alpha test are being published online, providing the best look at the game so far.
The mobile battle royale game uses the Verdansk map originally featured in the console and PC version of Warzone.
It said in May that the game had entered invite-only closed alpha testing.
“Our mission with Project Aurora, the codename for our new mobile title, is to bring friends, families, and people around the world together in a global community of diverse players with a fast-paced, precise, and high-quality battle royale action experience that delivers a fresh new way to play,” Activision said.
The game is in the works at new internal mobile game development studio Solid State, as well as Beenox, Activision Shanghai and Digital Legends.
While Activision hasn’t confirmed launch timing, it’s been claimed that Call of Duty Warzone mobile will be released in 2022.
Try Hard Guides recently published an image that’s claimed to reveal Warzone 2’s main map, including all of its points of interest and several notable features, such as a significant body of water in which players can swim.
Neither of the original Warzone’s maps, Verdansk and Caldera, have supported swimming, although it was possible in Call of Duty’s first battle royale, Black Ops 4’s Blackout.
The original Warzone will continue as a separate experience when Warzone 2.0 launches.