Call of Duty: Mobile’s Battle Royale Mode Gets Officially Detailed
After being relatively quiet about the mode last week, Activision has revealed the first details about the Call of Duty: Mobile's Battle Royale mode.
Last week, Activision announced some brand new details about Call of Duty: Mobile’s Multiplayer component but said little to no official details about the game’s Battle Royale and Zombie modes. Now, that’s all changed, as the publisher posted on its blog a slew of new details about the aforementioned 100-player mode.
While this wouldn’t be the first time that a Call of Duty would have a Battle Royale mode, this seems like it’ll be very different than Black Ops 4’s Blackout mode. While the Mobile mode will share Blackout’s solo, duos, and quads features, as well as its player count of 100 players, this new mode will feature a brand new revive system, the ability to choose between third and first-person perspectives and locations from both the Modern Warfare and Black Ops series. Some examples of these locations include Estate from Modern Warfare 2, Crash from Modern Warfare 1, Diner from Black Ops II’s Zombies mode, and Launch from Black Ops 1.
In what can be described as the biggest change from Blackout to Mobile’s Battle Royale, this version will have classes that allow you to spawn in with specific items. You can check out the full list of classes over on Activision’s blog post.
While the game currently doesn’t have a release date, it’s beta is currently ongoing in certain regions, so if you registered earlier in the year, you may have received an invite. Call of Duty: Mobile is set to be released on both iOS and Android devices later this summer.