Call Of Duty: Mobile Closed Beta Now In India Confirmed To Feature 5 Multiplayer Game Modes, 5 Multiplayer Maps, And More Interesting Elements


Call of Duty: Mobile has begun its closed beta tryouts in India, with imminent rollout slated in Australia.

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:

Call of Duty: Mobile which is now in closed beta testing in select countries of the world, is now confirmed to feature new aspects such as a Multiplayer mode, a Scorestreaks information section, and confirmed characters such as Alex Mason; and other elements whilst hitting Indian shores. These are all officially confirmed to be featured when the game’s beta starts rolling out widely, leading to a final rollout in the imminent future.  

Call of Duty: Mobile – Confirmed elements 

If you are anticipating the arrival of Call of Duty: Mobile, then you would have the below new elements for company within the game: 

A Revamped Main Menu: In Call of Duty: Mobile, the Main Menu can be accessed with by simply tapping the Multiplayer mode tile. Here, there would be four dedicated Main Menu screens, where you would be able to view invitations from other players, messages, and more. You could also get in touch with your other player friends through a built-in chat functionality.  

The Simple and Advanced Mode Controls: In the Settings Menu, you should be able to find the Simple and Advanced Modes; the former enables auto fire as soon as your crosshair sets targets on enemies. On the other hand, the latter allows manual firing and sub-customizations.  

The first set of confirmed game modes: The very first game modes which are confirmed are Free for all, Team Deathmatch, Hardpoint, Frontline, and Domination. All these are multiplayer modes.  

The confirmed multiplayer maps: After you are aware of the multiplayer modes, it is only imminent that you are aware of the multiplayer maps that complement these modes. The latter comprises of Standoff, Crossfire, Crash, Killhouse, and Firing Range.  

At this point in time, the closed beta of Call of Duty: Mobile has begun in India and the next beta is confirmed to hit Australian shores. In case you live in India (and Australia), you could register, for the closed beta test to get a look and feel of Call of Duty: Mobile, on the official Google PLay or the Apple iTunes Store.  

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