Call of Duty: Mobile blasts its way onto Android and iOS devices

Call of Duty: Mobile blasts its way onto Android and iOS devices
Activision has just released its mobile version of Call of Duty, a multiplayer game that allows up to 100 players to confront each other on the same map. Regardless of whether or not you're a Call of Duty veteran, it's highly recommended that you to learn the basics by reporting to Basic Training, a tutorial that will brief players on the game's controls.

Call of Duty: Mobile features iconic multiplayer maps and modes, as well as a Battle Royale battleground. Players can customize their loadout before heading into PvP matches, as well as unlock and earn dozens of famous characters, weapons, outfits, scorestreaks, and piece of gear.

There are four game modes that you can choose from in the Multiplayer menu – Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Gun Game, and Search & Destroy, but you can also choose your preferred map like Nuketown or Crash. To access the Battle Royale mode, you must play around 30 minutes of Multiplayer matches, but that's very easy to achieve.

The developers promise console-quality HD gaming with customizable controls, voice and text chat, as well as 3D graphics and sound. More importantly, you'll be able to play Call of Duty: Mobile on PC with mouse and keyboard, but you'll have to use an Android emulator like GameLoop.

In any case, Call of Duty: Mobile is available for free and you can download it right now via the App Store and Google Play Store.


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