Recently, some new screenshots of the in-development Call of Duty Mobile have been leaked online. Those screenshots feature some details about the in-game graphics and maps.


The new Call of Duty Mobile is a joint project between Activision and Tencent, the biggest Chinese name in the mobile gaming market at the moment. If those leaked screenshots is true, then we are going to have one of the best graphics in mobile games to date. Of course, the graphic from the Mobile version is still not on-par with the PC and Console version, but still enough to make mobile gamers satisfy.

Timi Studio Group, the team behind famous games like Honor of Kings and PUBG Mobile, is in charge of developing the game for Mobile, with support from Activision. Also, there is some suggestion from Tencent's fan page, that Call of Duty Mobile is coming soon in China.


Along with the graphics, the screenshots provide us with information about several maps that will appear in the game. The fan-favorite "Nuketown" map from Call of Duty: Black Ops will be in the game, along with "Hijacked" from Black Ops 2. Those maps are fairly small, which makes them suitable for a mobile game. Along with "Nuketown" and "Hijacked", there are some rumors about the appearance of the "Highrise" map from Modern Warfare 2 and "Shipment" from Modern Warfare 1.

There is no release date for the game yet, but Tencent is planning to release this game soon in China. The Global version will come at a later date.