Activision Partners Up With ELEX To Develop Call of Duty Mobile Games

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Activision Partners Up With ELEX To Develop Call of Duty Mobile Games

A large media publishing company in China has announced that their game development and publishing subsidiary ELEX has entered into agreement with Activision  to develop Call of Duty mobile games.

ELEX has developed other mobile games, including Age of Warring Empire, Magic Rush and Clash of Kings. The agreement between Activision and ELEX will last up to 3 years. Activision and ELEX have agreed to split the profit and development costs equally.

Thus far Activision has released two separate Call of Duty mobile games, including Call of Duty Strike Team and Call of Duty Heroes. The development team behind Call of Duty Strike Team was shut down a few years back, and Activision’s internal team worked on Call of Duty Heroes.

Call of Duty Strike Team features both first person and third person view, it has two game modes campaign and survival, the graphics are also quite appealing. You can fully customize your squad’s load outs and abilities before leading them into combat in diverse gameplay environments .

Call of Duty Heroes is a 3D combat strategy game.

You can customize your base and train elite forces to dominate your enemies in fierce battles featuring fully controllable heroes and epic kill streaks, like the first-person chopper gunner. You can defend your base and go on the offensive in three unique modes: pvp, campaign, and survival.

Judging from how Activision has made Call of Duty mobile games in the past we hope the upcoming titles will also be just as good if not better and will introduce more mechanics like the pervious first person- third person view.

The graphics are expected to be even better then before, better in-app purchase should be available and as usual the base game should be free to play.

We hope Activision will keep these things under consideration in the development of its future mobile games.