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    Call of Duty: Mobile to feature a Zombies and Battle Royale mode

    As the beta testing for Call of Duty: Mobile continues in select regions, more information on the game is being revealed.

    The main menu for the new Call of Duty: Mobile game has confirmed what the trailers have been teasing with a “MORE TO COME” tagline: there will be a Zombies and Battle Royale mode in the game, beyond just the MP mode that has been shown off so far.

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    It’s not clear exactly what Battle Royale map will be part of the game, as the BR mode is not playable in the regional select beta testing. Only the MP mode is fully playable.

    Call of Duty: Mobile is shaping up to be a fully featured Call of Duty title for iOS and Android. Activision has been wanting to enter the mobile market for years now, as games like PUBG Mobile and Fortnite generate billions yearly in the mobile industry.

    Earlier this week, Activision revealed new MP content that is coming to Call of Duty: Mobile, including fan favorite game modes, maps, and characters. We also got a look at the new Battle Pass system that is featured inside of the new mobile game.

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