Call of Duty: Mobile is all set to be released in Mainland China under the collaboration of Tencent’s TiMi studios as developers, and Activision Blizzard as IP holder. The game is available to pre-order for both the Android and iOS devices on their respective app stores. According to Niko Partners Senior Analyst Daniel Ahmad, it has already received more than 46 Million pre-registrations.
As per the date mentioned in the Apple App Store, Call of Duty: Mobile will expectedly release on December 31, 2020, and is currently in the beta testing phase. However, an official announcement is yet to be made by Activision.
The players outside China can pre-register for the game on TapTap, available for both iOS and Android users. The game got approval from the Chinese government back in October 2020, along with other popular games like Harry Potter: Magic Awakening and Total war: Arena.
Just like PUBG Mobile’s Chinese version, Game for Peace, Call of Duty: Mobile’s Chinese version will have a few things different from its global version. As per codmINTEL, the developers might launch the public beta with the release of the Season 13 update in the global version.