Will Warzone Mobile replace Call of Duty Mobile?
Warzone Mobile has officially been revealed, and players are wondering if the battle royale will replace CoD: Mobile.
Activision have officially confirmed that Warzone will be getting a mobile port of the battle royale for handheld gamers. Warzone Mobile will aim to rival Fortnite on Mobile and Apex Legends Mobile, which has become extremely popular since its launch.
Of course, Activision already has CoD: Mobile, which has a huge fanbase and is constantly evolving through seasonal updates and new content. With that being said, many are wondering whether Warzone Mobile will replace CoD: Mobile.
Will Warzone Mobile replace CoD: Mobile?
As far as we know, Warzone Mobile will not be replacing CoD: Mobile, but rather they will be two separate entities. Having said that, there may be some crossover between the two, perhaps in terms of weaponry and leveling.
CoD: Mobile hosts an abundance of game modes and is more related to the classic Multiplayer mode that Call of Duty has become famous for.
Warzone Mobile is a handheld version of the Call of Duty battle royale game that has taken the FPS genre by storm since its release on consoles and PC in 2020.
The devs want to bring that Call of Duty battle royale experience to the massive mobile community who maybe haven’t had the chance to experience Warzone.
The experience will be different on mobile, as obviously the capabilities of handheld devices are much less compared to the power of a console or PC. Players should expect something similar to CoD: Mobile in terms of graphics and gameplay, as well as crossplay capabilities.
For more, check out our piece on CoD: Mobile Season 5, including the full patch notes.
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