Activision has revealed that it's flagship first-person shooter franchise Call of Duty is coming to mobile devices on October 1 for iOS and Android users.
Call of Duty: Mobile's controls have been confirmed to be fully customisable. We did have to look for workarounds make the game work in India after the beta ended, but it seems like we won't need to do that anymore.
The game, which will be available on iOS and Android for free, has been brought to the world in collaboration with Tencent, the Chinese publisher that's the parent company of League of Legends developer Riot Games, and which helped bring Fortnite to China. There are plenty of other customization options just waiting for players who play enough or just want to drop some cash on microtransactions.
Players will compete in several matches, including Team Deathmatch, Domination, Gun Game and Search & Destroy. Weapons, scorestreaks and additional gear for equipping and customizing loadouts are also included.
In a press release Windows Central received, Activision added that battle royale mode is a unique take on the genre. There are six classes to choose from before jumping into the mayhem. It'll be available on both iOS and Android devices.