On smartphones, if you want to play a small game of Battle Royale, you can turn to Fortnite, after a few manipulations , or the mobile version of the famous game PUBG, which launched this mode in 2017. On the other hand, Call of Duty: Warzone , one of the strongest proponents of the genre (approximately 75 million players) does not yet have its mobile variant. This cannot last.
Indeed, Activision, whose takeover by Microsoft is still in progress , has published a recruitment advertisement which invites candidates to create “Call of Duty: Warzone for mobile”. A priori , mobile gamers will evolve in their own instance, since the announcement evokes the creation of “an all-new AAA mobile experience that will bring the thrilling, fluid and large-scale action of “Call of Duty: Warzone” to gamers. moving “.
Later in the announcement, Activision refers to a “large-scale battle royale experience ” and “built natively for mobile”.
IF IT GOES THE COD: MOBILE ROUTE, IT WILL BE ALL GOOD
If Activision provides such impeccable work as on Call of Duty Mobile , often taken as a model of fluidity and optimization in terms of 3D gaming on mobile, we can expect a very good vintage.
This is perhaps what explains why the mobile version comes out so long after the PC and console version , notoriously unstable in its first months of existence.
One thing is certain: the great rush to mobile successful FPS is therefore definitely sounded. Apex Legends Mobile is in closed beta, Riot Games is working on Valorant Mobile. All that was missing was the famous Activision franchise.
As a reminder, Call of Duty: Warzone uses the codes of previous episodes of the series by mixing them with those of Battle Royale. This gives a very dynamic title with an artistic direction diametrically opposed to the inevitable Fortnite .