This week, Call of Duty Mobile was officially revealed over at GDC. The game, which is being developed by Tencent and Activision, has long been mooted to exist, but over the past couple of days we finally got to see it in action thanks to a brand new trailer.
That trailer shows off a hell of a lot of action in just 30 short sections, as you'd expect from the mobile version of one of the most bombastic and explosive FPS series that the console world has ever known. And pretty soon you're going to be able to get it all in the palm of your hand.
Expect famous characters, famous maps, and loads of famous modes to make an appearance - there's not much point making a game based on one of the biggests licenses in the world if you don't make sure you're leveraging that license for every single advantage you can get from it.
While we don't have a firm release date for the game yet, if you click here you can register your interest at the official Call of Duty Mobile website. We imagine that might put you in the hat for some form of early access, so it's almost certainly worth doing.
Call of Duty Mobile is going to come out later in the year for iOS and Android devices. While it might be hard to tell from the trailer, we reckon this could be the game that takes Fortnite's crown as the best, or at least the most popular, multiplayer experience on mobile.
In the next few months then, we're going to see whether the clout of the CoD brand is going to bring itself to bear on the mobile gaming world, and if you ask us that could well make 2019 the most exciting year for mobile players yet.