It’s already been more than a year since Call Of Duty Mobile launched worldwide, but it’s only now launching in China. However, its release is highly-anticipated, boasting over 50 million pre-registered players at launch and the endorsement of pop star Jay Chou.
According to the South China Morning Post, Call Of Duty Mobile just entered public beta in China yesterday on Tuesday, 20 October 2020. Analysts are predicting that the popular game will surpass even PUBG Mobile‘s revenue.
Sensor Tower mobile insights strategist Craig Chapple said:
“It will follow in the footsteps of another extremely successful mobile shooter in China, Game For Peace, the localised version of PUBG Mobile which is also published and developed by Tencent.”
Elsewhere in the world, Call Of Duty Mobile also recently launched its first-anniversary update with its Season 11 Battle Pass. It featured a new map, a new weapon, and more.