Pre-orders for Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile for iOS are now available

Pre-orders for Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile for iOS are now available

Pre-orders for Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile are now available on the App Store for iOS users. All players who pre-register for Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile on the App Store or Google Play will receive a series of milestone rewards, including the most recent reward for reaching 25 million pre-registrations.

Since its introduction in March, Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile has been generating a lot of buzzes. The announcement that the fan-favourite map Verdansk, which was originally playable in Call of Duty Warzone, would be returning as a playable map in Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile fueled the excitement. While not identical to the original, this is the first time Warzone players have had the opportunity to play on the map since it was replaced by the map Caldera in conjunction with the first season of Call of Duty: Vanguard in 2021.

As pre-orders for iOS users become available, players who pre-register on the App Store or Google Play will get a series of milestone goodies, including a “Dark Familiar” Emblem and an “Archfiend” M4 Weapon Blueprint. However, now that the game has 25 million pre-registrations, registered gamers will additionally receive a “Ghost-Condemned” Operator Skin based on the character from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.

This news comes only one day after Call of Duty: Warzone 2 was published alongside the first season of Modern Warfare 2. There has also been a tease for another milestone prize if the game receives 35 million pre-registrations before launch, which is a more than feasible objective. Warzone Mobile, according to Activision, was the fastest game from Activision, Blizzard, or King to reach 15 million pre-registrations on Google Play.

Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile follows in the footsteps of its immediate predecessor, Call of Duty Mobile from 2019. This was the franchise’s most successful debut into the mobile market, thanks in large part to its battle royale mode, which came before the original Warzone. The Call of Duty brands, like other games such as Fortnite, Roblox, and Minecraft, has demonstrated their ability to prosper in both conventional gaming marketplaces on consoles and PCs as well as mobile devices.

Following in the footsteps of PUBG and Fortnite, the Call of Duty brand has a long history of including battle royale modes in its releases, dating back to the China-exclusive Call of Duty Online and the more widely-known Blackout mode in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. With Warzone propelling the franchise to new heights of fame, the mobile edition is expected to be a smashing hit among Android and iOS users.