Another Call of Duty is coming to PC. No, it's not the release of a new shooter as many might think. Call of Duty: Mobile is preparing for its official debut on personal computers. Currently, testing in China indicates the possible appearance of the mobile version of the game on PC soon.

Initially, there was information that NetEase Games would renew its collaboration with Activision Blizzard for the release of World of Warcraft and other games in China. Now, gamingonphone reports that Call of Duty Mobile for PC is actually being tested in China.

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This is about an official PC version, similar to what exists for Diablo Immortal. In this case, it is believed that the technological aspect is being handled through, as Google Play is not available in China.

Get ready to play if your computer meets the following minimum requirements:

  • Intel Core i5 4590 processor;
  • 8 GB of RAM;
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti;
  • Windows 7.

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The testing period for the PC version of Call of Duty: Mobile in China is scheduled from January 4 to January 13. While the test results remain uncertain, the gaming community eagerly awaits updates and announcements related to this experimental version.

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