Call of Duty: Strike Team Brings Call of Duty To The Touch Screen, New Trailer

Call of Duty is going mobile with a brand new title from The Blast Furnace built from the ground up with platforms like the iPhone and iPad in mind.

Call of Duty: Strike Team mixes first-person action with top-down strategic gameplay that has been optimized for tablet glass mechanics. Players can fight through the single player campaign or Survival Mode using similar weapons found in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 and equip customizable perks. Players can even rank up and Prestige as they do on the console titles.

Check out the trailer.

“Call of Duty® fans can take the action on-the-go with Call of Duty®: Strike Team, available at launch exclusively for iPhone®, iPad®, and iPod touch®. Call of Duty: Strike Team is optimized for mobile and tablet glass mechanics*, offering a choice of how to play: as players control a squad of up to four highly trained Strike Team members, each with customizable skills and loadouts, the in-game view can be seamlessly switched from classic first-person action, to a top-down, third-person perspective providing a full range of both action combat and tactical decision making.”

Call of Duty: Strike Team is available for download now on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch for $6.99. You can find it right here on the Apple App Store. The studio also plans to bring the game to Android devices later this fall.

  • zacflame

    It would be nice if they TRIED to make a Vita port.

    • jj16802

      If they released a zombies only game for the Vita (Like they did for iOS and Android), then I will be satisfied.

      Speaking of which, they didn’t make a mobile version of their Black Ops 2 zombie maps this time right? I know they did it for World at War and most of Black Ops 1 maps.

      • AtheistMason

        And Black Ops 1 Zombies stopped updating after Call of the Dead (with Shangri-La, Moon and “Five” absent) which makes no sense. It’s like they have totally forgotten this.

      • zacflame

        Takes them a while, sometime in the middle of IW’s game’s lifespan.

        • jj16802

          If they do release sometime this year or next year, then i most certainly hope they extend support to the Vita. All zombie maps from World at War to Black Ops and Black Ops 2, entire Easter eggs retained from the console versions, ability to select which mystery box you want (World War 2 only, Cold War only, Future only or all weapons), single-player saves, the extra zombie modes like Grief and Turned, and Wi-Fi/Ad-Hoc coop.

          • zacflame

            So I’m not the only one….
            Fuck the black ops 2 maps though.

            • jj16802

              It does feel like Treyarch lost their way with the Black Ops 2 maps, but I rather they keep them in there to justify any high cost Activision is going to put on the game.

  • That guy you might know

    How do you announce and release a game on the same day.
    I wonder who crapped this together.

    • zacflame

      That’s how apps work, unless if your app is just another game from an existing genre, but more colorful; and is thus praised as original and rules the app stores.


      It’s a mobile game. They want you to be able to purchase it as soon as you hear about it.


    Its cool but im scared i might not like the controls

    • zacflame

      After the learning curve, the cod:zombies app controls are very smooth.

  • Stev-oCoal

    Oh dear god…

    I’m horrible at touchscreen games :/

    This certainly looks intriguing though but wouldn’t it in a sense lose its fast paced action? I couldn’t really watch the trailer with sound as I was preparing for school.

  • Just saying

    Really good game but I hope it had multiplayer. Who knows, they may release an update with the multiplayer?

    • AtheistMason

      Do you think they would →_→