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Following the announcement of Warzone for Call of Duty: Mobile Device a few months ago, Activation has now announced that the game has begun off-alpha testing. Project Aurora is being developed under the codename, an attempt to bring the title to one of the biggest Battle Royale games on the smartphone and tablet market.
The development team also mentioned that the first gameplay test is going on in Alpha off Verzon Mobile. “Improve tuning, stress test matches, identify and fix bugs, as well as gather feedback and insights on all aspects of the game as new features come online,” they added.
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The closed alpha phase of any Call of Duty game is initially tested by a limited number of users. These selected individuals are invited by the development studio and hired play-testers. Although no details of these players are to be released, information from the game’s closed alpha is leaked every time.
Since the initial build up and running of the Verzone mobile, the community can expect a soft launch or beta version of the game by the end of this year. More details will be shared on Call of Duty’s Twitter handle and their official blog.
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