There is no doubt that at this moment, Call of Duty: Legends of War is one of the most anticipated game in the mobile gaming industry. Countless players are trying to get access to the game since it became available for Beta testing and some did get to try it. The majority, however, have been unfortunate and are still waiting for its release. In this article we will tell you everything there is to know about this upcoming first person shooter.
At this very moment, the game is available in India as a closed Beta for Android players. The next country to have access will be Australia. It is believed that this summer, in June, Call of Duty: Legends of War will be released globally. Until then you can pre-register for the game if you want to be notified when its available.
Call of Duty: Legends of War will be bringing content from its Modern Warfare and Black Ops series. So you can expect to see maps such as Crash, Crossfire, Firing Range, Hijacked, Killhouse, Nuketown, and Standoff. These are some of the classics that will drive console gamers to start grinding the mobile game. As for the modes that will be available, there are the generic modes such as Free-For-All (8 Players) and Team Deathmatch (10 Players while spicing it up with challenging modes like the Domination (10 Players), Hardpoint (10 Players), and Frontline (10 Players) modes. Any of these modes is available in Ranked or Private.
Of course, Call of Duty is not the same without its Scorestreaks. Luckily, we currently know that the mobile version will feature the Air Supply Drop, Counter UAV, Drone, Hunter Killer Drone, Missile Strike, Recon Car, SAM Turret, Sentry Gun, Stealth Chopper, UAV, and VTOL. Any of these Scorestreaks can be unlocked via in-game XP. There might be more Scorestreaks added by the time the game is officially released but so far these are the ones confirmed.
Furthermore, weaponry will be similar to those found in the Call of Duty franchise. Even the loadout system is almost exactly the same. You can equip each weapon with a scope and a maximum of 3 attachments. There are 8 Assault Rifles available that we know of, along with 3 Snipers, 3 LMGs, 4 SMGs, 3 Shotguns, 2 Pistols, and 2 Launchers.
The exciting news is that Call of Duty: Mobile is not without its Nuke! After reaching a 30 killstreak you will then be able to launch a Nuke upon your enemies. Also, Equipments that are available include the Concussion, EMP, Flashbang, Grenade, Semtex, Smoke Grenade and the Trip Mine. These Equipments are customisable which adds more personalization to the experience.
Speaking of customization, you will be able to customize your character’s clothes, backpack and headgear as well. In addition, you will see memorable characters from the Call of Duty franchise such as Alex Mason, Thomas Merrick, John Price, and others. The mobile game will not be a stranger to those acquainted with the console counterpart.
Moreover, there are 3 exciting modes available in Call of Duty: Mobile. Not only is there a Multiplayer and Zombies modes but also a Battle Royale! While you cannot currently access the Zombies or Battle Royale, they are featured in the game and will be available in the near future. This gives you an idea of how huge the game is going to be, in terms of experience and size.
We also want to address some of the concerns that players had regarding the monetary system that the game is built on. Keep in mind that the final version might be entirely different from the Beta version but as it stands now, the game allows players to buy a Battle Pass, similar to the system found in Fortnite. However, you can play the game for free and receive less worthy items. The two currencies available are the Credits and CoD Points. Credits are earned by playing in matches and levelling up or through a Battle Pass. While the CoD points have to be bought with real money and can be spent on new guns, skins, and equipment. Such items cannot be earned and are available in the Store.
Finally, the game is quite an in-depth experience into the world of Call of Duty. The developers certainly did an amazing job on creating a mobile game that is worthy of the franchise. We don’t want to rush into believing that the game is built on a pay-to-win model but they definitely added a system that is profitable. Following its global release, we will have a much better idea of the final product but until then we remain sceptical. Stay tuned with our website for the latest news on Call of Duty: Legends of War.