Warzone Mobile Pre-Registration for Android and iOS: All Rewards

Wessel Minny

Published: 18 Nov 2022, 09:13

How to pre-register (pre-order) Call of Duty Warzone Mobile on both Android and iOS devices, and the rewards players can get.

While almost all Call of Duty fans around the world are trying out at least Warzone 2 and its DMZ mode, another Battle Royale is on the cards. Warzone Mobile will be released sometime in 2023 and both iOS and Android users can pre-register (called pre-order on the Apple App Store) for some excellent rewards.

This article explains the steps you need to take to pre-register or pre-order Warzone Mobile, in addition to all the milestone rewards players can earn for simply expressing their interest in this upcoming battle royale.

How to pre-register Warzone Mobile on Android or iOS

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Go ahead and scan this Warzone Mobile QR code to pre-register on Android or pre-order on iOS. (Photo: Activision)

First, make sure your mobile device meets the system requirements to run Warzone Mobile. Then, to make things really easy for you, the image above has a QR code that you can scan to pre-register for Warzone Mobile on Android or iOS.

If for some odd reason that doesn’t work, you can head over to the game’s PlayStore page or Apple App Store page to pre-register/order today. Pre-registering for Warzone Mobile before launch sometime in 2023 (exact date to be confirmed) will also net you a host of rewards, which brings us to the next part of this guide.

All Warzone Mobile pre-registration/order rewards

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Get rewarded for showing your interest in Warzone Mobile before it launches in 2023. (Photo: Activision)

All current rewards have been unlocked thanks to pre-registrations and pre-orders of Warzone Mobile that have reached the 25 million player milestone. If you pre-register your device, you will receive all of the rewards below when the game launches in 2023.

  • “Ghost – Condemned” Operator Skin
  • “Prince of Hell” X12 Weapon Blueprint
  • “Archfiend” M4 weapon blueprint
  • “Dark Familiar” emblem
  • “Flame of the Enemy” vinyl

Activision teases there will be “something else” in reward if or when Warzone Mobile reaches 35 million pre-registrations: “With excitement and momentum for Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile off the charts, we’re offering another milestone reward of 35 million pre-registrations. registrations. Reaching this milestone will reward everyone with something different from all previously shared rewards, and we can’t wait to share more soon!”

Everyone is encouraged to pre-register their devices on Android or iOS platforms before Warzone Mobile is released in 2023.

So there you have everything you need to know about the pre-registration/order rewards for Warzone Mobile on Android and iOS, as well as a step-by-step guide and QR code to complete the process.

For more about Call of Duty: War Zone 2be sure to check out our dedicated section and learn more with some of our Warzone 2 Guides and Manuals below:

Warzone 2 Battle Royale Guides – Map Al Mazrah Guide|Map size|All Killstreaks explained|Unlock all Operators|New reporting system|Prestige ranks, cap, rewards|New Battle Pass system|List of all new operators|Victus XMR Sniper Rifle Unlock Guide|Backpack & looting explained | Skill-based matchmaking| PC Specifications |Check server status | Unlock Zeus & Mortal’s Bane | Locked on the menu problem | CDL Packages | Blackout Pink Operator Skin | BAS-P SMG Unlock Guide | Weapon balance changes |

Warzone 2 Tier Lists – Best Weapons Tier List | List of best assault rifles (AR).

Warzone 2 DMZ Mode Guides – Factions & Missions | Contracts & Global Activities | DMZ Faction Rewards | Interrogation Guide |

Featured image courtesy of Activision.

Written by Wessel Minnie

As acting senior editor at GINX, Wessel scouts out the latest content for our readers. When he’s not working, he watches esports tournaments, repeatedly dies in Soulsborne titles, and contemplates spending another 100 hours in Stardew Valley.

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