Free-to-play Call of Duty Online heading to China


Call of Duty Online (PC) Tencent China Announcement - Screenshot 1

Activision has announced that they have teamed up with Tencent Holdings Limited to launch Call of Duty Online in China. The multi-year agreement grants Tencent the exclusive license to operate Call of Duty Online, a free-to-play shooter with a microtransaction-based monetization system, in mainland China. The game will feature an original story based around Special Ops missions, a variety of modes and maps, perks specifically tailored to the Chinese market, as well as an in-game store to personalize weapons, characters, and gear.

Expectations are high, with Tencent’s president, Martin Lau, noting that he believes that the game “will attract tens of millions of loyal fans in China.”

Call of Duty Online (PC) Tencent China Announcement - Screenshot 2

Official Site: CallofDuty.com

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