Despite the fact that the key installments in the Call of Duty series are only accessible for Xbox, PlayStation, and PC, the franchise has become one of the most successful in the history of video gaming.
In order to bring the player-versus-player (PVP) Call of Duty experience to mobile devices, Activision has made the decision to enter the expanding mobile business and has developed Call of Duty Mobile. Despite the fact that it is not as cutting-edge as the yearly releases, it has kept fans incredibly satisfied and is one of the most successful mobile games that are now accessible. In addition to that, the game Call of Duty: Warzone is moving in that direction.
It has already been established that Warzone will be available on mobile devices, and the mobile version of the game has been undergoing alpha testing with actual players for some time. In the course of a presentation given by GameSpot, Activision divulged the information that the premiere of Warzone Mobile will take place at COD Next on September 15. The event will focus mostly on Modern Warfare II and Warzone 2, but it will also make time for discussions regarding mobile games. The event will cover the full future of the Call of Duty franchise.
There is a good chance that we will get a sneak peek of Warzone Mobile in the form of a gameplay cinematic or teaser trailer. There is also a possibility that we will be given an official release date for the public beta.
A number of sources suggest that the location of Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile will be Verdansk, and that the game would support up to 120 people, which is 30 fewer than the original game. In 2021, the Call of Duty: Warzone multiplayer online battle arena moved its operations from Verdansk to Caldera, a World War II-era island in the Pacific.