It might not be long until Call of Duty Heroes is released, or depending on your feelings about free-to-play Clash of Clans clones, unleashed upon the world. Various outlets are reporting it was briefly released worldwide on the iOS App store yesterday, then pulled without explanation.
The strategy game has been available in New Zealand, which is often used as a test-market for iOS games, for a while now. Today’s release was up long enough for users to note the game has some wallet traumatizing in-app purchases, with items ranging from $9.99 to $99.99. It remains to be seen what the prices will be when the game gets an official, non-temporary release.
Sites also snagged what appears to be the official description of the game from the store:
Experience the excitement of Call of Duty® like never before. Command an army of legendary heroes, elite soldiers, and devastating drones straight from the Call of Duty franchise in this 3D combat strategy game. Customize your base and train elite forces to dominate your enemies in fierce battles featuring fully controllable heroes and epic Killstreaks, like the first-person chopper gunner.
Take command of a small outpost and build it up into an impenetrable base. Then go on the offensive, launching attacks against your enemies. Take direct control of heroes such as Price, Soap, and Harper, wreaking havoc with game-changing Killstreaks. Create deadly alliances with your friends, competing for in-game rewards.