Call Of Duty: Warzone Mobile Is Now Officially Rolling Out

Call Of Duty: Warzone Mobile Is Now Officially Rolling Out
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Tarran Stockton


1st Dec 2022 11:40

Call of Duty has been everywhere in gaming for the past decade and a half, with the last few years even seeing mobile devices get consistently updated versions of the popular shooter. Well, now mobile fans can rejoice again, as Call of Duty Warzone Mobile has officially begun its limited release rollout for select parts of the world. 

Call Of Duty: Warzone Mobile Has Begun Its Limited Release

Revealed back in September at Call of Duty Next, COD Warzone Mobile is a standalone, mobile version of the popular battle royale game, and though it's set for a worldwide release in 2023, a limited release version has begun rolling out as of November 30. 

The Call of Duty website has a full blog post detailing exactly how the limited release works, and what players will need to know to jump in. Essentially, if you live in Australia you're one of the lucky few who can take part, and all you need to do is sign up through the Warzone Mobile app. 

There's no news yet on how long this limited release period will last and when exactly the full game will drop, but they do state they'll continue to add different regions over time. 

Which Features Will Be In Call Of Duty Warzone Mobile?

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COD Warzone Mobile will feature a tonne of key features in the limited release version, giving players a full experience. It will feature the iconic Verdansk map which was introduced in the original Warzone, along with two battle royale playlists, quads and duos. 

When you're in a game, you can also take part in unique missions and challenges to gain rewards, ranging from cosmetics to different equipment. Finally, there will also be a full battle pass to work through, though we don't know if this works similarly to the version introduced in Warzone 2 recently. 

Tarran Stockton
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Tarran Stockton
Tarran is a Senior Guides Writer at GGRecon. He previously wrote reviews for his college newspaper before studying Media and Communication at university. His favourite genres include role-playing games, strategy games, and boomer shooters - along with anything indie. You can also find him in the pit at local hardcore shows.
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