Mobile to be phased out after Warzone Mobile launch
Call Of Duty: Mobile is likely going to be phased out over time after the launch of Warzone Mobile. GamesRadar reports. Warzone Mobile is slated to be released later this year and is going to be the true mobile adaption to Activision’s insanely popular Call of Duty battle royale game. Like its PC and console counterparts, it’ll be free-to-play and feature many of the same gameplay mechanics, maps, weapons and more.
It will also feature cross-progression. So anything you do in that game will translate to progress in the PC and console versions. This includes having access to any of your loadouts created in Warzone 2 or multiplayer for MW II, as well as weapons, operators, and operator skins. It will not however allow for cross-play. Call of Duty: Mobile does have its own battle royale mode. But it’s quite different from Warzone, and it has its own progression system and seasonal battle passes. All separate from Warzone and Warzone 2.
Call of Duty: Mobile will be phased out overtime, but only outside of China
A big part of the phase out, it seems, is that Activision wants players to have more continuity. And a shared progression system between Warzone Mobile and Warzone 2 for consoles and PC can deliver that.
The phase out is only expected to happen for the game outside of China though. It’s unclear what this means for players elsewhere. Especially with regard to the money players have spent on the game to acquire items, weapons, and operators.
Though it shouldn’t be hard to imagine. Since there’s no continuity between both games, anything purchased is likely to be gone once the game is phased out. This would hardly be the first time something like this has happened in a game. Knowing that doesn’t make things any easier though. It’s also worth noting that players of Call of Duty: Mobile outside of China may want to really think hard about spending any money on in-game purchases going forward.
If the game is set to be phased out after Warzone Mobile’s release, then anything you acquire through purchases may not be available for long.