Call of Duty has had an interesting history on mobile devices. Besides the popular Black Ops Zombies, most of the Call of Duty mobile titles have all but disappeared from the App Store. Activision plans to right its mobile wrongs with a new title built from the ground up for touchscreen devices. Call of Duty: Mobile promises to deliver the full Call of Duty experience on smaller screens.
iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners can now download and install the iOS 12.3 update. Highlights include support for AirPlay 2-enabled TVs and a brand new Apple TV app. The Apple TV app was front and center at the company's March show time event. Apple will launch its streaming service, Apple TV+ alongside Apple channels in the fall.
Ironhide has rolled out a second update for Kingdom Rush Vengeance. This time Vez'nan must take on the Winter Queen, who has escaped from her ice prison and is ready to unleash some wintery revenge.
The story goes, "centuries ago, The Queen Soul of Winter, spread the arctic cold all over the world. Until the strongest sorcerers managed to seal her into the ice. So she could never, ever escape."
Rome: Total War - Barbarian Invasion (or Rome: Total War - BI) has been updated to version 1.11 with support for the iPhone 5s and later. Originally rolled out for the iPad only, Barbarian Invasion is the first expansion in the Rome: Total War trilogy. The update also adds 8 more playable factions for a total of 18, a ton of improvements (see full changelog below) and new tools for the iPhone.
Apple is offering a limited-time promotion through May 10 on funds added to an Apple ID account. Funds pre-loaded onto an Apple ID can be spent on Apple services, content, apps and more. Each Apple account gets one bonus of 10% when adding funds up to $200 before the deal expires this week.