Call of Duty: Heroes is Activision's version of Clash of Clans
A new type of Call of Duty experience
While console and PC players are fully engaged in Advanced Warfare, Activision is looking to give mobile gamers something to sink their teeth into with the release of Call of Duty: Heroes, a free-to-play, 3D combat strategy game that brings some of the franchise's most iconic characters together in an exciting experience for smartphones and tablets.
In Call of Duty: Heroes players take command of a small outpost to build and upgrade it into an impenetrable base, utilizing a number of weapons and equipment options, including sentry guns, SAM turrets, mines and more than 30 upgradeable structures. Gamers can direct and level up five legendary Call of Duty heroes such as Capt. John Price and Sgt. John "Soap" MacTavish from the Modern Warfare series and Call of Duty: Black Ops II's JSOC operative Mike Harper and more. Take them into battle while also unleashing epic killstreaks, including the UAV, care packages, drone strikes and chopper gunner as well as tactical expertise unique to each. Gamers even have access to a broad range of hailed Call of Dutyinfantry and drones, including Juggernauts, Dragonfires and CLAWs. Players can also team up with friends to form alliances, donate troops and take down opponents while earning in-game rewards.
So it's basically it's Clash of Clans with a Call of Duty skin.
Call of Duty: Heroes is available for free on the App Store for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. It's also available on the Windows 8 Tablet and will be coming soon to Google Play and the Amazon App store.