Call of duty is on its way to conquer all platforms: Tencent has been in charge of developing Call of Duty for mobile phones and now we can see the first leaked images.
Call of Duty anywhere!
We can already see the first images of the Tencent’s Call of Duty for mobile devices. This project has been created jointly with Activision and is preparing for its imminent arrival in the Chinese market.
Activision announced its existence during the month of August. The person in charge of the development of Call of Duty for mobiles, which will be published exclusively (we do not know for sure if temporarily) in China, will be Tencent and is scheduled to be released in the next few months.
The images that have been leaked are from the beta version of the title, which was recently released
This has allowed the first catches to reach all places. We can see the maps Stardoff and Hijacked from Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, and Nuketown by Black Ops. We also hope to see others like Hughrise and Shipment from the Modern Warfare series.
The game is slated to feature more characters, maps, and items from the Call of Duty saga
We are working closely with Timi, one of Tencent’s top mobile studios, to develop a fun and original Call of Duty experience that offers excellent gameplay and mechanics to mobile players, stated Rob Kostich, Executive Vice President and CEO of Call of Duty.
Tencent’s Call of Duty will launch in the coming months for mobile devices in China. What do you think of this Call of Duty? Do you think we can play it in Europe? Tell us in comments.