Call of Duty: Mobile Now Available on Android in the US!

Call of Duty: Mobile Now Available on Android in the US!

Call of Duty: Mobile Now Available on Android in the US!

Also expect a fully-customizable control scheme, numerous modes of play, fan-favorite characters and weapons to choose from, as well a new, sprawling and suitably epic Battle Royale mode.

Call of Duty: Mobile releases tomorrow. The game will be available for download via the Play Store and App Store, and it will be free. Through a Twitter post, the Call of Duty: Mobile team had announced a few days ago that the stable version of Call of Duty: Mobile is coming soon to both Android and iOS platforms. Tencent Games had earlier introduced its Game Buddy emulator for playing PUBG Mobile on PC and players using the emulator were matched with others using emulator only for fairplay.

Call of Duty: Mobile's pre-registrations have already crossed 16 million in China.

Call of Duty: Mobile combines the best of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Black Ops series into a single experience on mobile, with a Multiplayer mode that features the best weapons and maps from the series and a Battle Royale mode which has iconic Call of Duty location.

Prepare for the definitive, mobile first-person action experience! On iOS, an iPhone needs to be on iOS 9 or a later version to run the game. 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.

There are a lot of differences between Call of Duty Mobile and the current most popular FPS shooter PUBG mobile.

In the pic, the button layout is similar to the console version of Call of Duty games.

There are a total of 12 maps in PUBG mobile while in Call of Duty Mobile there are five maps, including CrossFire, NukeTown, Kill House, Crash and Hijacked. You'll also need to rank up to at least level 7 before you can play the battle royale mode. Moreover, the game will also the players to switch between first-person perspective and third-person perspective.

Again, the game is free to play, but there is a store that Activision is hoping you'll spend a boatload of money in. It is important to note that the game will not be compatible with iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3 and iPod Touch.

The Call of Duty: Mobile game will offer similar gameplay as that of PUBG wherein up to 100 players will fight against each other to emerge as a sole victor.

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