Call of Duty: Strike Team has just launched on iOS. It’s a strategic take on Activision’s franchise that blends top-down, third and first-person perspectives in one package.
You can find the game on iTunes here, and it’ll run you £4.99 / $6.99.
Set in the year 2020, Call of Duty: Strike Team lets players customise their squad load-outs and then dive into missions from a variety of perspectives. There’s a full campaign as well as a wave-based survival mode. It sounds a lot like the Strike Force missions from Black Ops 2, but given its own plot and setting.
The Guardian adds that the game’s in-app purchases total £69.99, and consist of tokens that can be bought to upgrade your soldiers and squad.
What do you make of the above? Has this taken you by surprise?