Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile drops 2023, opens for Android pre-reg

 

Activision has announced that Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile will arrive on iOS and Android in 2023. Pre-reg is now open on Google Play, but not on the App Store.

Activision has said that the game shares tech with PC and console titles Warzone 2.0 and MWII, which allows for shared social features like friends and chat channels, cross-progression, shared XP, weapon inventories, loadouts and battle passes. It says that players will be able to unlock weapons and operators in the PC and console games and then use them in Warzone Mobile, and vice versa.

Activision is really hyping cross-progression hard with this one.

Warzone Mobile will have its own events and content, and is being developed by Activision Shanghai, Beenox, Digital Legends and Solid State Studios. Infinity Ward and Raven Software have also been collaborating on the title.

The popular Verdansk map will be available from launch, and Warzone 2.0 map Al Mazrah will arrive in the future. The game also features vehicles, aircraft, Buy Stations and optional side mission Contracts. Downed players will also be able to win a redeployment into the match by beating a foe in a 1v1 Gulag battle.

A mobile version of Warzone had been rumoured for a long time before it was officially confirmed back in March.

Activision is streaming gameplay footage and commentary of the game right now. We’ll add more to this story if they say anything interesting. [Update: they did not say anything interesting.]