Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile Boasts One Feature that’ll Make it a Must-Play Alongside it’s Console and PC Counterparts

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Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile Boasts One Feature that'll Make it a Must-Play Alongside it's Console and PC Counterparts


  • Call of Duty revealed the release date for the mobile version of the popular battle royale.
  • It already have 45 Million users pre-registered into the game who will receive welcome rewards upon the release.
  • According to the official CoD blog, players will see Rebirth island and Verdansk returning to the game.
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24 March 2024 may become a revolution in mobile gaming when Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile will hit the App Store and Play Store globally. Yesterday, the world got to know the date of arrival for the much-awaited battle royale game on their handheld devices. As of now, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds remains the preferred game for BR lovers on mobile followed by Call of Duty Mobile.


Upon its announcement, the CoD team laid down a path with rewards that players will get following the launch. The redeemable rewards include Ghost Condemned operator skin, X12’s Prince of Hell blueprint, M4 Archfiend, and more. Moreover, players will get to see the return of classic maps like Verdansk and Rebirt Island.

Call of Duty Fans Must Rejoice They Won’t Be Left Behind

The game will feature cross-progression across console and PC.
The game will feature cross-progression across console and PC.

It doesn’t just end here, the game will feature cross-progression between Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone. The official Cod blog reads,


Level up your weapons and XP no matter where you are. Call of DutyWarzone Mobile supports shared progression with the console and PC versions of Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare III.

From player level to store bundles everything you’ll purchase on one game will reflect on other games too. This means players don’t have to spend a fortune if they choose to move from mobile to a console or a PC, and vice versa.

Initially, there won’t be a barrage of content similar to Call of Duty Mobile, which also translates to the potential of the game to consume a lot of storage on a device as players progress. For now, Activision’s another mobile game, CoDM, can take up to 20 gigabytes on Android attributing to a bulk of content.

Warzone Mobile Will Potentailly Become a Revolution

Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile will be releasing in March 2024.
Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile will be releasing in March 2024.

The game has been released in selected regions and it already have fans appreciating it, specifically when user interface is concerned. It provides a hassle free menu in contrast to its console counterparts where players find themselves lost in a maze of options.


However, the difference is understandable as platforms provides a much rich experience whether in context to graphics or attention to details. It is no unfamiliar fact that even the smallest things developed for a console or a PC game takes up a lot of space comparatively.

Undoubtedly, mobile gaming experience doesn’t have a match to consoles or PC, for now. Nevertheless, with advancement in devices and games, it is attracting a lot of users from across the globe. Moreover, technologies like cloud computing are something people should know could be pivotal to mobile gaming’s success.

Do you think Warzone Mobile will be a revolution in mobile gaming? Tell us in the comments.


Written by Anurag Batham

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Anurag Batham is a Gaming Writer at FandomWire. He aspires to become a proper Writer and a Journalist in the days to come. With an experience of over two years in writing for different industries, his past works show his passion towards the metaverse and awareness towards environment.

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