Leaked Call of Duty Mobile screenshots reveal beloved maps, awesome graphics

Leaked Call of Duty Mobile screenshots reveal beloved maps, awesome graphics
A true Call of Duty online game for smartphones has been a long time coming. After numerous spin-offs and distractions over the years, Activision has partnered up with Chinese conglomerate Tencent to bring a full-fledged, first-person Call of Duty title to mobile devices. The specific studio in charge of development is Tencent's Timi Studio Group, which is the same team that brought us PUBG Mobile and Arena of Valor. We hope that this title matches the quality of previous Timi Studio games.

We've known that the game is being worked on since August, but just recently a Tencent Games fan page on Twitter leaked a handful of screenshots, allegedly from the new Call of Duty Mobile game, showcasing the impressive graphics engine of the title and two popular maps that long-time fans of the franchise will surely appreciate the inclusion of – namely, Hijacked  from Black Ops II and Nuketown from the original Black Ops. It is rumored that Highrise from Modern Warfare 2 and Shipment from the first Modern Warfare will also be included in the game.

The various leaked screenshots are in different aspect ratios, suggesting that the studio is testing the game on a variety of different devices.

With its striking graphics and a classic selection of maps, Call of Duty Mobile has the potential to become a huge hit. We don't have a release date for the new game yet, but it will likely drop sometime this year. As with other Timi titles, it's probably going to be available in China first, but hopefully make its way to other regions later on.


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