Call of Duty publisher Activision has announced Warzone Mobile is codenamed Project Aurora.
In addition, the publisher reveals the game is already in the middle of its first gameplay test that will include a Closed Alpha.
Call of Duty's mobile game is hugely successful, generating a wealth of revenue in addition to combining various guns and maps from nearly every single annual release.
Many believe COD Mobile to be the complete package thanks to its in-depth multiplayer, fully-fledged ranked playlist, and dedicated battle royale. While the current battle royale mode is popular, Activision is looking to take its mobile offerings one step further by creating a mobile version of Warzone.
In this article, find everything there is to know about Warzone Mobile including information on its release date, developers, and more.
Warzone Mobile Release Date
Before Activision officially confirmed Warzone Mobile, leaks pointed towards the game could launch at some point in 2022. In December 2021, notable leaker Tom Henderson revealed that the game is "scoped for 2022."
It's unsure whether the release window has changed but as soon as we hear more information, we will update the article.
Warzone Mobile Developer
Activision's Solid State Studios, Digital Legends, Beenox, Activision Shanghai, and Demonware are collaborating on Warzone Mobile. The publisher also announced it's looking for individuals to assist with the development.
There are a number of available roles ranging from artists, producers, and system programmers. The full list of roles can be found here.
Will Warzone Mobile Have Verdansk?
According to a leak from 'TheGhostOfHope,' Verdansk is returning in some capacity but it won't be the same map that appeared in the console and PC versions of the battle royale. The leaker says the map will feature a mixture of new and old points of interest (POI).
The mixture of old and new is an exciting prospect for those that are waiting for Verdansk to return.