Call of Duty’s full version is now available for download on Google Playstore and Appstore after months of closed beta testing phase since March 2019.
Activision finally made Call of Duty playable through the users’ mobile devices. It features both multiplayer and battle royale modes. Most of the experiences need to be unlocked by playing the stages and ranking up. For PvP matches, players can customize their chosen characters’ weapons and outfits, as well as the gear.
This mobile version includes different modes — Free-For-All, Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Hardpoint, and Domination. It also features new Battle Royale mode where players need to reach level 7 before they can have the Battle Royale access. This is based on the similar 100-player concept who are battling against each other either in solo, duo, or quad player team.
The game’s minimum requirements for Android are at least 2GB of RAM, and Android 5.1 Lollipop and above. For iOS users, Call of Duty necessitates iOS 9 or higher to run the game.
Seven maps have been included in the game, namely: Nuketown, Crash, Hijacked, Crossfire, Standoff, Killhouse, and Firing Range. These will be the set of maps for now since Activision is yet to release another group of maps.
Call of Duty: Mobile is a free game but with plenty of microtransactions to purchase, as well. Players can download the game starting today, October 1.
See the game teaser below:
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