Activision partners with Tencent to operate Call of Duty Online in China

Activision continues to move forward on their free-to-play Call of Duty project, Call of Duty Online. Today, the publisher announced a partnership with Internet service provider Tencent to operate Call of Duty Online in China.

Like most free-to-play games, Call of Duty Online will offer players the ability to purchase in-game items and customize their character in a variety of different ways. The game’s story will be told through multiple Spec Ops missions from the Modern Warfare universe. In addition to online multiplayer, Call of Duty Online promises to include “a variety of game modes and features.”

It’s currently unknown if Call of Duty Online will ever become available outside of China or even when it’ll make its Chinese debut.

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