Call of Duty releases two different updates for Black Ops Cold War and Warzone. Additionally, the developer of Call of Duty started the League 2021 season, the company has made two major arrangements as they prepared for our first-weekend event.
Meanwhile, the Call of Duty Mobile developer Activision has started the latest public testing for the upcoming update. As always, the Call of Duty developers is monitoring feedback and game data to ensure a fun and gaming experience within the public testing.
The developer has been monitoring known issues since the company releases updates that introduce some new solutions and controls beyond the COD public test.
Furthermore, Call of Duty Mobile kicked off the latest features with a clean slate and is packed with a ton of great content, including Reclaim, Night Modes, a new original Multiplayer map, extended game modes, and more.
Those of you in beta are already familiar with these updates. For everyone else, you will see some important changes when you will take part in the public test version.
Here’s who can take part in the public testing using iOS and Android device:
To test beta versions of Call of Duty Mobile using TestFlight, you’ll need to accept an email or public link invitation from the developer and have a device that you can use to test. Members of the developer’s team can be given access to all builds of the app.
All other invited testers can access builds that the developer makes available to them. A developer can invite you to test with an email or a public link.
While the Android users are limit to the 64bit version build only for 20,000 players, and for the 32bit version is 10,000 respectively using this link.