Last week, Activision and Tencent games kicked off pre-registration for upcoming Call of Duty mobile game. Pre-registrations were only restricted to China, but figures are amusing. According to early reports, the game has seen over 1 million pre-registrations in the first 24 hours.
Call of Duty mobile marks over 1 million pre-registrations
TIMI, a Tencent game studio is developing new Call of Duty Mobile game in partnership with Activision for worldwide release, not just in China.
Activision announced the game at GDC in March and said it would feature elements from Black Ops and Modern Warfare series with new content which brings the Call of Dury world to life on mobile.
During their recent conference investor call, Activision stated that Call of Duty Mobile game has surpassed 10 million pre-registrations worldwide on Google Play Store. The iOS App Store doesn’t have an option to do pre-registration of the game for now.
Activision plans to bring beta of the game this summer with a full launch later this year.