Call Of Duty has finally launched its own version of first-person battery royale game called Call of Duty:Mobile in competition with PUBG and Fortnite on both Android and iOS. The game has been developed by Activision and Tencent’s Timi Studio and takes place in the same universe of the Call Of Duty franchise.
Best thing about Call Of Duty Mobile is that it will feature all the amazing maps, weapons and characters from the earlier games. The game was under planning since late 2018 and it had created quite a roar in India when the company announced that it will be launching the mobile version on the Google Play Store and App Store very soon.
The game began with a public beta version a few months ago and now has been finally released on Anroid and iOS platforms. Starting today, die hard fans of Call Of Duty can now install the game on their phones and immerse in this battle royale experience.
At the moment, the game has five live maps – Crash, Killhouse, Crossfire, Nuketown and Hijacked. Each of these maps lets you engage in a mind-blowing battle action where you can either play in first person or third person depending on your preference. You can also play in multiplayer modes which include Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Domination, Practice vs AI and Search & Destroy.
The game will take up around 2GB of your phone’s storage space and will require a minimum of 2GB RAM to operate. If you are interested to play the game, you can download it from the Play Store and App Store.