Over the course of the last three or four years, Activision released about three Call of Duty mobile games but Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies appeared to be the most popular one – despite being the one that costs money.

And now, Activision is gearing to release its fourth game with the assistance of China-based developer ELEX. According to Phone Arena, ELEC has already signed the contract which is reportedly for up to three years after the launch of the mobile game.

However, the Chinese developer will not be forking out any licensing fees for the Call of Duty series as the companies will be splitting the development costs right down the middle. Even the revenues acquired after the launch will be split equally.

If you didn’t already know, ELEX is the high-profile China-based mobile developer who is responsible for titles such as Clash of Kings, Age of Warring Empire, and Total War: King’s Return.

Well, there isn’t any confirmation yet but it’s likely that we’ll get to see the new Call of Duty mobile game gracing both the Android and iOS platforms.