Another mobile Call of Duty game has launched an alpha test in certain regions of the world. Australian players have reported that this new game, titled Call of Duty: Legends of War, has released an Alpha test on Google Play Store in their country.
Call Of Duty: Legends of War is developed by Tencent Games, the name behind the popular battle royale PUBG Mobile. Earlier this year, this Chinese company also teamed up with Activision to make another Call Of Duty game for mobile called Global Operations, but it was only available in China. Legends of War doesn’t look like it’s going to go down that path, as it is already being tested outside the country. Right now, though, Australia is the only known location.
This new title promises to bring together the best characters, maps, weapons, and equipment that the Call of Duty universe has to offer. You will have the chance to play as several iconic figures of the franchise like Price or Ghost. Many of the classic maps such as Crash, Nuketown, or Hijacked make a return as well.
Watch the trailer for Call Of Duty: Legends of War here:
The developers have also opened an official Facebook page for the game, which has revealed several of its features. According to this page, Legends of War will have various 5v5 PvP modes like Team Deathmatch or Frontline. Additionally, there is a Zombie Mode in which players can play solo or team up with another to face the legions of undead controlled by AI. The game is also said to have high-quality graphics comparable to console with stunning details and effects, as well as “Revolutionary FPS touch controls” specifically designed for mobile devices.
Currently, there is no further information about whether Legends of War will get a global release, or if the alpha test will expand to other countries. Stay tuned for more updates about this new game!