Activision has announced that the mobile shooter will launch globally on October 1st wherever the App Store and Google Play are, with the exception of Mainland China (the home country of Tencent, oddly enough), Vietnam and Belgium.
The game will be the first mobile title from Activision’s Call of Duty franchise, and was developed in collaboration with Chinese tech conglomerate Tencent.
The game will feature traditional Call Of Duty modes like Team Death Match and Domination as well as a Battle Royale mode.
Call of Duty: Mobile will be free-to-play with in-app purchases for in-game items. Activision says that you’ll be able to play the whole game free, using either credits that you earn in the game to level-up, as well as supporting CoD points that you’ll buy with real cash.