After CoD Mobile arrived in great force for Android and iOS, presenting itself as a serious rival to PUBG Mobile and Fortnite, it seems that Activision has more plans for launches on mobile platforms. Although CoD Mobile brings a Battle Royale mode, new information points to the arrival of Call of Duty Warzone also on smartphones.

I recall that Call of Duty Warzone is the Battle Royale mode of the latest title in the franchise, being available for free for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

The new information was advanced by the site Charlie Intel, who found a new job vacancy available on the site of Activision. The list does not seem to leave any great doubts, indicating that they are looking for a new member to assume the position of Executive Producer / Features for “WZM”. Although it has not been confirmed, it seems that WZM is the abbreviation for WarZone Mobile.

Call of Duty Warzone Mobile Activision

In the description they indicate that this is a new FPS game for smartphones integrated in the Call of Duty franchise. One of the main responsibilities of this person will be to be able to adapt Warzone to the mobile experience, being able to understand which are the mandatory aspects to which he will have to remain faithful.

Call of Duty fans are confused by the revelation of Warzone’s arrival on smartphones

Although it has not been officially confirmed by Activision that the Call of Duty Warzone will actually be released for Android and iOS, this listing does not seem to leave much doubt. However, it is impossible to ignore the fact that Warzone is exclusively in Battle Royale format, and Activision’s plans are unclear.

Currently, CoD Mobile offers much more than a Battle Royale experience, with several game modes available that have captivated more and more players.

In the case of Warzone Mobile, there is always the possibility of bringing the experience of consoles and PC to smartphones, with all its unique mechanics and a large map. If they manage to do that, Call of Duty fans will have an excellent surprise on Android and iOS.

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