Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile Pre-Registration Date Revealed


Activision has revealed the plans for the Call of Duty: Warzone mobile pre-registration. The game is built from the ground up for mobile devices and promises to give the Warzone experience on the go. Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile is set to feature mobile-specific events, playlists, and content, as well as control customization options to support both Calls of Duty veterans and recruits.

A new @CallofDuty experience is heading straight for your phone 📱

📢Officially announcing Call of Duty®: Warzone™ Mobile!

Keep an eye on our new channels for more info as we head towards #CODNext.

— Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile (@WarzoneMobile) September 8, 2022

If you are waiting to play Call of Duty Warzone Mobile for your smartphones, you can finally pre-register for Warzone mobile on the Play Store. Pre-registration for Android starts today. There are currently no pre-registrations available for iOS devices. Players can choose to be notified when the game is live or have it automatically downloaded to their Android device.

Details on the upcoming Warzone mobile are pretty scarce, so we’ll have to wait until Activision is finally ready to shed some more light. However, the pre-registration should be taken as a sign of good news, as the launch of the game should not be too far away. In Warzone Mobile, 120 players will be able to participate in the match. Many elements from the big-budget Warzone will make it to the mobile version as well, such as the addition of operators or weapons. Players also get a second chance by participating in the Gulag.

People who pre-register can also get some cool rewards if the pre-registration requirements are met. The full list of the rewards and their requirements is below:

  • Five Million Pre-registrations: Emblem: Dark Familiar and Vinyl: Foe’s Flame
  • 10 Million Pre-registrations: Blueprint (X12): Prince of Hell.
  • 15 Million Pre-registrations: Blueprint (M4): Archfiend.
  • 25 Million Pre-registrations: [[REDACTED]]

While we don’t know the reward for 2.5 million pre-registrations, we can assume it’s meant to be a surprise, as Activision has no other reason to hide it.


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