Call of Duty: Warzone will be available on iOS and Android smartphones starting March 21. Activision delighted gamers with the game's debut trailer two weeks ago:

In the mobile Call of Duty: Warzone, players will encounter two iconic maps: "Verdansk", accommodating up to 120 people, and "Rebirth Island" for compact battles involving 48 participants. Gamers will have the opportunity to test their mettle in locations from other parts of the franchise, such as Shipment, Scrapyard, and Shoot House, in various game modes. 

One of the key features of Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile will be shared progress with the PC and console versions of the game Warzone and Modern Warfare 3. Additionally, there will be support for external controllers.

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During the announcement of Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile, some Reddit users encountered issues attempting to pre-register in the Netherlands on iOS and Android devices. The developers responded that the game is not available in all world regions but later clarified that the Netherlands is on the list of supported countries. 

However, as players continued to report issues with pre-registration, Activision representatives asked them to simply wait, without providing specific timelines for resolving the problem. It is hoped that these difficulties will be addressed before the official game launch on March 21.

Call of Duty Warzone MobileImage: reddit.comRecall that the original Call of Duty: Warzone was released in March 2020 and quickly won the hearts of players around the globe. This free-to-play battle royale, based on the mechanics and setting of the Call of Duty series, features large-scale battles with a variety of weapons, vehicles, and equipment. The arrival of a mobile version will attract even more fans of the series.

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