Published On: Fri, Mar 1st, 2024
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Warzone Mobile gets a release date, but here’s why you should still register | Gaming | Entertainment


Activision has finally announced the release date for Call of Duty Warzone: Mobile. Coming to iOS and Android devices, Call of Duty Warzone Mobile has been given a worldwide release date of March 21. Interestingly, however, despite officially revealing the global release date, Activision is still encouraging fans to register their interest in the game ahead of launch. Doing so will net users some pretty swish in-game rewards, so it’s definitely worth doing.

Indeed, if you want to unlock some exclusive items when the game launches in March, you’ll need to visit the game’s official website and selecting either iOS or Android.

Activision explains more: “At Call of Duty Next, we shared that 45 million players had pre-registered and that we were releasing the Battle Royale map Rebirth Island at worldwide launch.

“We can now share that thanks to all of the support of fans from around the world, we’ve surpassed 50 million pre-registrations!”

If you do decide to register before Warzone launches on March 21, then you’ll receive the Ghost ‘Condemned’ Operator Skin, as well as the M4 ‘Archfiend’ and X12 ‘Prince of Hell’ Weapon Blueprints.

That’s on top of additional bonus rewards, such as the ‘Foe’s Flame’ Vinyl and the ‘Dark Familiar’ Emblem.

With Activision adding new rewards after reaching various registration milestones, there’s a chance more bonuses will become available if the numbers continue to rise.

Elsewhere, Activision has revealed new details about the upcoming iOS and Android port.

According to the Call of Duty publisher, Warzone Mobile will support shared progression with the console and PC versions of Warzone and Modern Warfare 3.

Provided you login with your existing Activision ID, most of the content acquired in Modern Warfare 3 and Call of Duty: Warzone will be transferred to Warzone Mobile.

Likewise, any XP earned across the latest Call of Duty releases will be transferred between consoles versions, PC and mobile.

This means you can do some weapon grinding on the commute to work, assuming you’re not the one driving!

Battle Pass progress and store purchases will also work across all devices, alongside your friend lists.



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