What you need to know
- Call of Duty: Mobile is now live on the App Store.
- The original release date was set for October 1 however, it appears the game has gone live a few hours early.
- Call of Duty: Mobile is a free-to-play title.
Earlier this month, we learned that Call of Duty: Mobile was set to release on October 1. It looks the like the game has gone live a bit early on the App Store, as it can be downloaded and played right now.
Call of Duty: Mobile is free-to-play with in-game purchases. There are maps from games like Black Ops and several different modes, including Zombies. The game takes 1.5GB of free space, so make sure you have that free space before you download it. It requires iOS 9.0 or later and works on any iPhone as far back as an iPhone 5s.
FPS on the go
The series come to mobile
Call of Duty: Mobile brings the classic series to mobile devices. There's different modes such as Deathmatch and Zombies, maps from the different games and more.
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