Free Call of Duty: Heroes Now Available for Mobile Devices

Activision announced today that a new free-to-play Call of Duty title is ready to download for iOS and Windows 8 tablet devices.

Call of Duty: Heroes for the first time features three of the franchise’s most memorable heroes in one package. Players will be able to use Capt. Price, Soap MacTavish, and Mike Harper from the Modern Warfare and Black Ops 2 titles in a 3D combat strategy game. The concept will have them building command bases and leveling up structures, units, and even the heroes to take on other friends and players in intense skirmishes that play out on a mobile device.

At first glance Call of Duty: Heroes appears to be similar in style to Clash of Clans and Star Wars Commander, so if you’re into those style of mobile games and can play them without breaking the bank, then there’s no reason not to checkout a COD branded mobile strategy title. Besides, can you pull off high octane kill streaks in Clash of Clans? I don’t think so!

You can check out a few screenshots from Heroes below. If you like what you see you can grab it for your iOS device today! The Android version isn’t available yet, but there is one planned, so stay tuned for its release.

About Call of Duty: Heroes

In Call of Duty: Heroes players take command of a small outpost to build and upgrade it into an impenetrable base, utilizing a number of weapons and equipment options, including sentry guns, SAM turrets, mines and more than 30 upgradeable structures.  Gamers can direct and level up five legendary Call of Dutyheroes such as Capt. John Price and Sgt. John “Soap” MacTavish from the Modern Warfare series and Call of Duty: Black Ops II’s JSOC operative Mike Harper and more.  Take them into battle while also unleashing epic killstreaks, including the UAV, care packages, drone strikes and chopper gunner as well as tactical expertise unique to each.  Gamers even have access to a broad range of hailed Call of Dutyinfantry and drones, including Juggernauts, Dragonfires and CLAWs.  Players can also team up with friends to form alliances, donate troops and take down opponents while earning in-game rewards.


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