Activision just announced that the Call of Duty Modern Warfare II beta was the largest in franchise history. The beta saw the most players, most hours played, and most matches played on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and PC combined.
That’s not where the good news ends for Activision, as the other major project, Call of Duty Warzone Mobile, was also hugely successful before launch. The game is now the fastest Activision, Blizzard and King mobile game to hit 15 million pre-registrations on Google Play. That’s a pretty positive sign for developers, but it also means that the pressure is going to be immense for the studio to deliver at launch.
Warzone Mobile players who pre-register now ahead of launch will receive in-game content like Emblem: Dark Familiar and Vinyl: Foe’s Flame as well as the X12 Prince of Hell Blueprint and M4 – Archfiend Weapon Blueprints when it launches next year .
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Call of Duty Warzone Mobile could be one of the most anticipated mobile releases
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Activision is really putting a lot of emphasis on Warzone Mobile and in an effort to make it a more attractive offering for console/PC players, cross-progression is now also available via mobile. This basically means that players will be able to maintain their progress not only on console and PC, but also on mobile.
This is a major step forward as it means that Call of Duty Mobile Warzone will stay in step with the console-PC versions of Warzone 2.0. Warzone Mobile has the potential to be the next big thing in mobile gaming and in the absence of games like BGMI, Activision should have a firm foothold in the Indian mobile gaming market.
It will be interesting to see if the Indian gaming community embraces Warzone Mobile and if it can replace the likes of BGMI in the country.
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