Call of Duty: Mobile Gets New Intel


Ahead of its regional Beta testing, Activision has released more information regarding their free-to-play title Call of Duty: Mobile.

The Main Menu functionality for the title features four separate menu screens. This area allows for players to check messages and invites, look for other players from recent games, find and Add Game Friends, and contact said friends via in-game text and chat functions.

To optimize the experience for mobile, the Settings Menu for the game offers a number of ways to adjust the game. Players can set it up so they are always sprinting, and can also adjust sensitivity with 17 sliders. Players can also tweak how the Gyroscope function works for aiming, and can also adjust the Camera Field of Vision. A Simple Mode, which allows for automatic fire, along with an Advanced mode with manual fire and HUD customizations is also available.

The Scorestreaks menu for the game will provide a wide variety of offensive equipment. Players can then choose up to three to use in a game.

Finally, at the main Loadout screen, players can pick a Primary weapon (which has a separate spot for Optics and three Attachments), along with a Secondary weapon (that has the same augmentation possibilities). Players can also pick and add Skins, sort weapons by type, Rarity, and other elements

Finally, the development team confirmed that Free-For-All, Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Hardpoint, and Domination have been confirmed.

Players can pre-register here.

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