Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile will officially launch on March 21

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It’s been a long time coming, but Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile will officially launch on March 21. After multiple delays and years of testing in a small regional beta, the game will enter a global launch next month. Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile is Activision’s evolution of the Call of Duty franchise on mobile devices. It’s separate from Call of Duty: Mobile and will come with loads of features that that game does not offer to players.

The most notable of those features will be cross-progression. Those who play Warzone on PC or console, or play Modern Warfare III on PC or console, will be able to level stuff up in those versions and have that content accessible in Warzone Mobile. On the flip side of things, progress made in Warzone Mobile will transfer over to Warzone and Modern Warfare III. This includes progression made on the battle pass, player XP, Blackcell battle pass content, weapon levels, and attachment unlocks, among other elements of the game. Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile does not feature cross-play though. So don’t expect to drop in with friends who play on other platforms.

At launch, Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile will feature two large-scale maps

There will eventually be more maps available as the game progresses and more content is released pertaining to the current Call of Duty games at the time. To kick things off though, Activision is launching the game with two large-scale maps. This includes Verdansk and Rebirth Island. Like the PC and console counterparts of Warzone, each map will have its own unique player count. Verdansk is the big boy and will support up to 120 players. Meanwhile, Rebirth Island (Resurgence) will feature up to 48 players and will be smaller in size to account for the smaller player count.

If Warzone isn’t your thing, or if you just want something a little different, there will also be a collection of multiplayer modes available. This will include Team Deathmatch, Search & Destroy, Domination, and Kill Confirmed and players can choose to play those modes in either Core or Hardcore. Multiplayer maps will include Shipment, Shoot House, Scrapyard, and other fan favorites.

As far as Warzone modes go, there’s only going to be Battle Royale in the beginning. But Activision is likely to add other Warzone-based modes later on.

Enjoy a variety of cross-platform features

While the game won’t feature cross-platform play with friends, it does have some cross-platform features beyond the progression. For instance, you’ll be able to see your friends list and chat with friends who are also online playing any Call of Duty games accessed through the Call of Duty HQ. This includes chat channels as well. In-game, players can also chat with teammates, and they can hear and be heard by enemies using proximity chat if they happen to be close enough. The game even features Death Chat should you happen to get a kill. If you’ve never used this feature before, you should. It’s hilarious.

Additionally, players who pre-registered will all get a suite of rewards for Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile having hit all of its pre-registration goals. This includes The Ghost “Condemned” Operator skin, The M4 “Archfiend” and X12 “Prince of Hell” weapon blueprints, the “Foes Flame” vinyl, and the “Dark Familiar” emblem. These will be redeemable in-game once it launches next month, and it’ll be available for both Android and iOS players. You can also check out the new Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile launch trailer below, as well as read all of these details in the official blog post.