The highly anticipated PUBG mobile rival from Activision, Call of Duty: Mobile, is now available for Android and iPhones around the world. The first-person Battle Royale game is based on the same universe as the enhanced Call of Duty franchise and includes popular maps, characters and weapons from previous games.
The Call of Duty mobile game, developed by Activision and Tencent's Timi Studio, was announced in late 2018 when PUBG Mobile was experiencing an exponential upswing in India. Shortly thereafter, the developers released a public beta version of the Battle Royale game. Now it's finally available in the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.
A familiar experience
Call of Duty Mobile picks up on many of the elements and places in its catalog spanning more than 16 years of games such as Modern Warfare and Black Ops. So if you're a COD fan, you'll feel right at home playing the mobile version.
The game features popular characters like John "Soap" MacTavish and Simon "Ghost" Riley and Alex Mason from the Modern Warfare and Black Ops series. These are unlocked when the player rank rises. The multiplayer mode includes the game styles Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Domination, Practicing against AI and Searching and Destroying. The Domination and Search & Destroy mode will be unlocked once a player reaches level 5.
Currently, the game features five cards that you can battle against each other in an intense battle, including Crash, Killhouse, Crossfire, Nuketown, and Hijacked. Earlier in the beta phase, the game also had a zombie mode, which is missing in the public release of the game. Maybe the developers have planned the introduction for a later date.
Players will gain access to COD Mobile Battle Royale mode once they reach level 7. He offers solo, duo or a team of four with legendary weapons and vehicles, including an ATV, a helicopter and a tactical raft. Players can also switch to the perspective of the first or third person.
All in all, Call of Duty: Mobile faces immense competition from competitors PUBG Mobile and Fortnite, which have received the trailblazer edge over the time Activision needed to develop a competitive game. How's that for the game? We have to wait and find out.
Interested parties can download the game for Android and iOS from the Google Play Store (here) and the Apple App Store (here).
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