BGMI replacement? Call of Duty Warzone Mobile receives 15 million pre-registrations

Earlier this month, the Call of Duty Warzone Mobile was pre-registered for Android on the Google Play Store. It will be a mobile battle royale game releasing later next year for Android and iOS devices. Just weeks after the game was pre-registered, Activision announced that Warzone Mobile had set a record by getting millions of pre-registrations on Play Store. Also Read – Activision Announces Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0: Check Launch Date, Features

Activision via its Call of Duty handle on Twitter has revealed that Warzone Mobile has become the fastest Activision and Blizzard, King mobile game to surpass 15 million pre-registrations on the Google Play Store. It shows the excitement around the battle royale title. Also Read – Activision Announces Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile: Check Launch Date, Other Details

Interestingly, these numbers are only for Android from its Play Store. The game is also expected to release on iOS devices for iPhone next year. This means that actual installs could be impressive once the game is released.

Those who pre-register the game right now on Play Store will receive in-game content. They will receive Emblem – Dark Familiar and Vinyl – Foe’s Flame. Additionally, X12 Prince of Hell Blueprint and M4 Archifiend Weapon Blueprints. In addition, there will also be mystery rewards.

The Call of Duty Warzone Mobile seems to be heading towards one of Activision’s most popular mobile games. However, it remains to be seen if the game will be able to match the excitement of PUBG mobile. With BGMI banned in India, Warzone Mobile could be the next popular battle royale title, but again, we’ll have to see it. And it won’t be until next year once the game hits Android and iOS platforms.

In related news, Activision also revealed that the Call of Duty Modern Warfare II beta has become one of the biggest games in franchise history. Even the beta saw a huge player base on consoles and PC. The game will launch worldwide next month on October 28.

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