Activision will release the new Caldera with Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Vanguard season 1. The company is soon expected to release Call of Duty: Warzone for Android and iOS platforms. While leaks and reports keep pouring in, Activision is yet to officially confirm Warzone Mobile. Also Read - Microsoft to keep Call of Duty on PlayStation even after Activision acquisition
Tipster Tom Henderson has stated that Activision is looking to launch Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile next year. He states that the game has been spotted in the PlaytestCloud database. However, later PlaytestCloud responded that the listing was based on an assumption. Also Read - Call of Duty could ditch yearly release schedule attract players
Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile is scoped for 2022. Also Read - Sony speaks up for the first time after Microsoft-Activision deal
It was recently added to the PlaytestCloud database.
— Tom Henderson (@_Tom_Henderson_) December 7, 2021
In a separate report by tipster Just4leaks2, he seems to have found a job listing for the title of Executive Producer, Features for a project codenamed WZM. The WZM codename is believed to be a short version of Warzone Mobile. The job description states that the person will work on the player experience of a new AAA mobile first-person shooter.
This was a job listing from Activision
What could WZM mean 👀 pic.twitter.com/vn5Jlaekbo
— @Just4leaks2 (@just4leaks2) December 7, 2021
Separately, Activision recently also acquired The Respawnables developed Digital Legends to help develop a new Call of Duty Mobile title.
It will be interesting to see how Activision introduces Warzone Mobile, considering that the company already has Call of Duty: Mobile, which already includes a battle royale mode. While Activision releases new iterations of its Call of Duty game on PC and console every now and then, they also include a new story and a change of some dynamics. With this in mind, we can expect some dynamic changes will be made to Warzone Mobile, which could implement a first-person perspective.
To recall, Krafton recently also released PUBG: New State, which acts as a sequel to PUBG Mobile.