Activision just announced in its blog post yesterday that Call of Duty Mobile will feature a battle Royale mode that is described as "fast and frantic" and “unique for mobile”. Thus, even though the Call of Duty franchise has already seen Battle Royale gameplay in the form of the Blackout mode in Black Ops 4, players can expect a significantly different experience.

For example, players will now be able to revive their fallen teammates – a feature that was also included in other battle royale games such as Apex Legends and more recently Fortnite. Basically, whenever someone in your team dies, you can pick up their “dog tag” and use the “revive” button to resurrect that person. Of course, that will take a little bit of time, giving your enemies a chance to interrupt the act.

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Players can expect a different experience compared to the Blackout mode in Black Ops 4

Another interesting system is that you will be able to choose a class before each match.  There are six classes available at the moment, including Defender, Mechanic, Medic, Scout, and Ninja, each of which offers its own unique abilities and playstyle. For example, the Defender can put up a shield and is more resistant to damage (except from bullets), the Medic can revive teammates faster and can place down a Medical Station that restores health to allies in its vicinity, while the Ninja can move silently and use a grappling hook to get to higher locations, and so on.

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You can choose a class before heading out to battle

Moreover, just like PUBG, Call of Duty Mobile also allows you to choose to play in either the first-person or third-person mode prior to each game, but keep in mind that you cannot change it midway through that game.

Another detail revealed by Activision is that even though the battle royale mode will only have one map, it will include several notable locations from other Call of Duty games such as Nuketown, Seaside, Countdown, Shipment, and more.

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Several familiar locations will be present on the map

Call of Duty Mobile is currently open for beta access in certain regions, but here is how you can try it right now regardless of where you live.