Call of Duty is one of the most popular first-person shooter game first released in October 2003. Now, the much-awaited Call of Duty: Mobile has been released, the biggest PUBG Mobile rival, and is now available on iOS and Android throughout the world. The mobile version is based exactly on the same world as of the comprehensive Call of Duty franchise and all amazing popular features like the map, weapons, and characters from all the prior versions.
Call of Duty: Mobile was initially announced in March 2019, when Activision revealed the development of a smartphone version of this fantastic game. COD: Mobile is developed by Tencent studio Timi, a big name is creating online multiplayer mobile games.
This very game holds player vs. player (PVP) mode that includes the Battle Royale. The major features of this game are the map along with the characters and weapons that have and will be added over time.
What’s So Familiar?
Call of Duty: Mobile version incorporates a huge deal of elements from the entire 16 years long catalog, with some standout versions like Blacks Ops and Modern Warfare. So, if you are an all-time fan of COD, the mobile version will blow your mind away for sure.
COD: Mobile features famous characters including Simon “Ghost” Riley, Soap MacTavish, David Mason, Captain Price, and Alex Mason from the Black Ops and Modern Warfare series. The game becomes breathtaking in the multiplayer modes like Team Deathmatch, Frontline, Practical vs. AI, Search and Destroy, and Domination gameplay styles. However, you’d have to unlock some of the modes to take advantage.
In the case of Battle Royale mode, characters from all COD games are available to play just like other modes, along with customization options for headgear, clothing, load-outs, and backpacks.
It is free to play but it has got in-app purchases of skins and weapons in exchange for scored points. If you are new, you’ll get the hang of it once you start playing the game. A specific targeted number of points will help you power up without spending your money, but somewhat slowly.
Similar to games of the same genre, like PUBG Mobile, you can also obtain additional items by passing through levels. The COD points can also let you skip some tiers to provide direct access.
COD: Mobile has a free as well as a paid (Premium) Battle pass.
3. Suitable for Kids or Not
With such a level of violence in COD: Mobile, it is not designed with children in mind. In fact, the game is rated 17+ as it mainly includes infrequent and suggestive themes, profanity and crude humor, realistic violence, and horror themes. This is the reason this first-person shooter game focuses on older teenagers and young adults, or in easy words; the sandwich generation.
4. Available Maps in Call of Duty: Mobile
Some of the best and most liked multiplayer maps of Call of Duty series are available in the mobile version and more are anticipated to be added. These maps include Nuketown from Black Ops, Hijacked from Black Ops 2, and Crash from the Modern Warfare series.
Besides, you can also play on Killhouse and Crossfire from Modern Warfare and Standoff from Black Ops2 along with the updated Black Ops 4 Firing Range is also available. But this is not it. The Battle Royale map is constructed as an amalgam of different elements from multiple series of COD, mainly Black Ops and Modern Warfare.
Call of Duty: Mobile is a major competition for its battleground game rivals like Fortnite and PUBG Mobile. However, each game has its fan base and since COD: Mobile is recently launched in the market, and for now, it has the stage to itself.