Several screenshots that appear to be from the mobile version of Call of Duty: Warzone have appeared online.
As first posted by Twitter user CoD_Perseus, an account with a history of posting Call of Duty content prior to release, screenshots show the start of a match as players descend from the plane, the gulag, which is an area where players are sent. once they were first killed in a match, and two more appear to be in various areas of the original Verdansk map.
Activision announced in March that it was working on a mobile version of Call of Duty Warzone, the free-to-play game that released in March 2020 and which attracted 100 million players in 13 months.
The game is currently in closed alpha testing, following a series of invitations sent out by the publisher to select players.
“Our mission with Project Aurora, the codename for our new mobile title, is to bring friends, families, and people from around the world together into a global community of diverse gamers with fast-paced, precise, and high-level battle royale action. quality. experience that offers a new way to play,” said Activision.
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He added: “The closed alpha is limited in size and with it we’re just looking to start improving tuning, stress test matches, identifying and fixing bugs, and gathering feedback and information on all aspects of the game as new features come online.”
Activision plans to open Warzone mobile testing more in the future.
Last August, the company confirmed the creation of an in-house mobile game development studio called Solid State, which was created to develop the newest entry in the Call of Duty series.