first_img 2 Call of Duty fans can expect aspects from older games in the new mobile app.  Activision Call of Duty, the popular first-person shooter video game franchise, is coming to Android and iOS. Fans can preregister online now, and Android users can also preregister in the Google Play Store. The app and any future updates are free, according to the game’s website. In an email, a spokesperson for Activision said there will be a beta this summer in select regions. When fans preregister, they can opt to receive updates about the game, including when the beta launches. While the Google direct link is live, the iOS pre-registration link is coming soon.The new game was announced Tuesday during the Unity Keynote at the 2019 Game Developers Conference. Fans can expect maps for Nuketown and Crash, modes, heavy artillery and characters from all the COD games — from Black Ops to Modern Warfare.The new mobile version of the game, created in collaboration with Tencent and Activision, will launch for North America, South America, Europe and other countries. Originally published March 19.Update, March 20: Added more details about Activision’s release timeline. Now playing: Watch this: Tags Mobile Mobile Apps Gaming 1:53center_img Share your voice Harry Potter: Wizards Unite gameplay details revealed Comments Activisionlast_img read more

first_imgLogo of BNPBangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) is yet to reach a final decision about seat sharing with it partners in the Jatiya Oikya Front coalition as the party has not finalised its own candidates till date.BNP had separate meetings with four electoral alliances on Monday and will take a few more days to take a final decision.The party already spared five seats for its allies at the outset before submitting nominations in five constituencies. The nominations of BNP candidates in another six seats were rejected after final verification on Sunday. There are three candidates from alliance partners in three of the six constituencies. If the BNP candidates fail to recover the candidacy in the remaining seats, the party may support the independent candidates.BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir along with senior leaders of the party met Nagorik Oikya convener Mahmudur Rahman Manna, Gono Forum general secretary Mostafa Mohsin and executive president Subrata Chowdhury separately in the BNP chairperson’s Gulshan office.Also, Mirza Fakhrul had separate meetings with Krishak Sramik Janata League president Kader Siddiqui and JSD vice president Tania Rob.BNP sought lists of expected candidates from the alliance parties, according to several leaders of Oikya Front. Nagorik Oikya wants to finalise the nomination of 9 candidates. They have filed their nomination papers under BNP’s ‘paddy sheaf’ symbol due to lack of their own party registration.Among other alliances, Gono Forum, JSD and Krishak Sramik Janata League filed nominations for 61,51 and 37 seats respectively.  It is learned that Gono Forum wants to negotiate in 12-15 seats, JSD in 8-10 seats and Krishak Sramik Janata League in 4-5 seats with  BNP.Bangladesh Nationalist Party submitted 696 nominations in 295 seats. So far 141 candidates were rejected. They will appeal to election commission to recover the nominations.BNP wants to finalise the seat sharing with the partners by resolving issues within the party.Gono Forum executive president Subrata Chowdhury said, the challenge is to ensure fair elections, not seat negotiations.“Discussions are on and there is no major crisis. It will be finalised soon,” he added.last_img read more