Call of Duty publisher Activision already has one major release for the series planned this year, with >Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 set to launch in November. That’s not all that the company is working on regarding its hugely popular shooter series, however, as Activision has now announced a Call of Duty mobile game for the Chinese market.
In a press release sent out today, Activision confirmed that it has teamed up with Chinese gaming juggernaut Tencent in order to bring a new >Call of Duty mobile game to China. The game is set to be developed by Timi, the studio behind other mobile hits like Arena of Valor and Age of Gunslingers Online and will offer “a fun and original ‘Call of Duty’ experience.” Rob Kostich, the executive vice president and general manager of the Call of Duty franchise says that the game will also deliver “superb gameplay and mechanics to mobile players.”
Elaborating on this gameplay slightly, the press release tells players to expect “a collection of beloved Call of Duty characters, maps, modes and weapons from across the franchise.” Unsurprisingly, given that this is a mobile game, Activision also says that the game will be free to play. Presumably, the game will feature some form of microtransactions, though it’s unclear whether it will make use of the controversial microtransaction patents held by the company since last year.
Although the press release says that fans can expect the mobile Call of Duty to release in the “coming months,” Activision hasn’t offered up a specific timeframe for the release. It’s also unclear whether the game may ever make it to the west. While China’s mobile gaming market is especially large (an estimated 582 million people in China will play mobile games this year), the game could also be lucrative if expanded to the global market.
It’s worth noting that this Chinese Call of Duty mobile game isn’t the only mobile spin-off of the series that Activision has in the works. It was recently revealed that Candy Crush Saga developer King (which Activision now owns) is also working on a >Call of Duty mobile title of its own. Job listings in relation to that game were only posted a few months ago, suggesting that it is still early in development. However, if the newly announced Activision/Tencent Call of Duty game doesn’t head west, the King-developed title may be one to watch.
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