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Activision recently released a new public test build (beta) for Call of Duty: Mobile. It contains new features that will be coming to the game in season 14. Players can check these out before anyone else by downloading the public test build.
The public test build has been released only for Android devices. The download size is 2GBs. The public test build is only open to 50,000 players, so fans have to be quick if they want to check out the upcoming features in the game.
Activision said the beta is used to find any critical issues and bugs before updates are released in the global version. An end date for the build hasn’t been revealed yet.
How to download Call of Duty: Mobile’s January public test build?
To download it, follow these steps:
- Download the APK here.
- Let the APK download.
- When it finishes, click on it to start the installation process.
- Follow the steps from the Android installer to install the game.
Some players may have to go to their phone’s settings to enable the option to install APK files from unknown sources.
The public test build is completely different from the main version of Call of Duty: Mobile. Playing the test build won’t affect your stats in the main version of the game. Activision said all information and player data collected during the test will be deleted.
Activision will be bringing several public test servers for in the coming weeks. The company has said that these tests will mostly be “tech-based” and will not have a lot of new changes. The main highlight of the January public test build is the Attack of the Undead 2.0 mode.