A new Call of Duty game has entered alpha play in select regions around the world for mobile on Android, and users in Australia are reporting the game, Call of Duty: Legends of War, is already available for download.
Legends of War is made by Tencent Games in China, who also worked on the new PUBG mobile title.
The new game, according to the description, “combines the best maps, characters, weapons and gear from the Call of Duty universe and brings them together for the first time.”
This game comes just a few weeks after another Call of Duty mobile game, Global Operations, launched as a China-exclusive.
Legends of War doesn't look to be as exclusive and will offer multiplayer PvP and Zombies modes to players as well as classic Call of Duty maps like Nuketown, Crash, & Hijacked.
The game already has a Facebook page, which features a trailer showing off some of the game’s different modes.
The Facebook page also shares key details about the game:
BATTLE ACROSS MULTIPLAYER AND ZOMBIES GAME MODES!
TEST YOUR SKILLS IN REAL-TIME PvP MATCHES!
COLLECT ICONIC CALL OF DUTY HEROES & WEAPONS!
INTUITIVE PICK UP AND PLAY CONTROLS!
HIGH-FIDELITY GRAPHICS ON MOBILE!
NOTE: Call of Duty: Legends of War is currently in early Alpha and we are working to improve the game by continuously fixing bugs and adding additional content.
There’s no information yet whether or not the game will become available in more regions or not, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see it made more widely available after the alpha.
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