Finally! Call Of Duty: Mobile is launching globally on 1st October, announced by Activision

Call Of Duty Mobile has been a hot topic since it came out. But it almost reached one year since it has been released in beta mode for testing. However, after a long term testing in several countries including India, China, Australia, Canada and Peru, Activision is now all set to launch the Mobile version globally. For all those who pre-registered for Call Of Duty Mobile in Play Store and App Store, will now be able to feel the electricity of this PUBG Mobile competitor. A good news just came out in sudden.

Activision who is the actual developer of Call Of Duty PC/Console has made the game possible for mobile platform too. Not only this, but recently known popular company Tencent and Garena also involves in this act so far. All these companies are investing a huge amount for making COD possible for mobile platform globally. However, Tencent will release CODM in China. Also there, Garena will operate in Phillipines and South-East Asia including Indonesia. Garena but launched the CODM beta just a couple of days ago in it’s operating regions. Here, Activision will publish CODM globally in which India will be included too. Players now will be able to play install this game from Google Play Store and iOS App Store.

Enough of this talk. Now, coming to the topic, Activision is going to launch this game on a very meaningful day. Call Of Duty Mobile’s official Twitter account just posted a twitt, in which they announced the global launch date of Call Of Duty Mobile. They set 1st October to make this game possible for everyone as the game is launching globally on 1st October 2019. More updates are coming.

link of that official twitt.