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Attention, gamers! 'Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile' is launching on March 21

By AYIE LICSI Published Feb 29, 2024 8:38 pm

A new free-to-play first-person shooter will be available for iOS and Android users soon.

Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile, after being on a limited release, is set to launch worldwide on March 21.

The upcoming game will feature two battle royale maps: Verdansk, which sees 120 players wipe out their rivals, and Rebirth Island where those who were eliminated get the chance to respawn into the match.

In addition, the mobile game supports "shared progression," meaning that achievements on the device, like friends list, XP, rewards, weapons, and player levels, will also reflect on the PC and console. This allows players to level up their Warzone game on any device, even on the go.

Verdansk map

Rebirth Island map

Players can also access other Call of Duty maps in the upcoming title, including Shipment, Scrapyard, and Shoot House.

Want to see more of the game and fewer buttons on your mobile device? Warzone Mobile gives players more accessibility options like controller support so users will get a full view of the game.

Additionally, players can resize any element in the controls interface and HUD (heads-up display).

The previous Call of Duty: Mobile game was launched in 2019 for iOS and Android, published by Activision (Garena in Southeast Asia). In its release, CoD: Mobile reached 100 million downloads in its first week.

The upcoming Warzone: Mobile is now open for pre-registration, giving those who signed up redeemable perks like the Ghost "Condemned" Operator Skin, the M4 "Archfiend" and X12 "Prince of Hell" Weapon Blueprints, the "Foe's Flame" Vinyl, and the "Dark Familiar" Emblem.

According to the, the new title has already reached over 45 million pre-registrations.

Watch the announcement trailer below.