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Call of Duty: Project Aurora invites select players to join the fight

The Call of Duty: Project Aurora closed alpha test is only available to players invited to take part, but more participants to be added at a later date

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Great news if you’re a fan of mobile shooters as a Call of Duty: Project Aurora closed alpha test is underway. As the official announcement explains, Activision is yet to provide a formal reveal for the game. However, it’s widely believed that Project Aurora is, in fact, Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile.

It’s worth noting that the Call of Duty: Project Aurora closed alpha isn’t available to many players. In fact, only a select few participants are able to take part, and that’s only through an official invitation to do so – you can’t sign up to take part yet. However, the development team is adding more and more people to the test over time. The reason for the small participation number is that the game is “still deep in development.”

Of course, this also means that if you’re one of the lucky people that gets to take part, you need to remember that nothing on show is final, it’s all subject to change, and that includes the characters.

What is the Call of Duty: Project Aurora release date?

For the time being, there’s no Call of Duty: Project Aurora release date. Technically, the name of the title isn’t even known yet.

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