25 October 2019 03:24
Based on the smash hit franchise Call of Duty (CoD), this new game is supposed to be the multiplayer game we all know and love with the added benefit of mobile play. Call of Duty has had several huge successes — games like Modern Warfare 2 and Black Ops are classics — and they are hoping to bring that success to a mobile platform. This mode also has an actual fire button, which is pretty important, and the game offers a huge amount of control over the sensitivity of your character. Fine tuning these details will likely be your life's work while you are playing Call of Duty: Mobile. If you have ever played Call of Duty, you will know at least some of the maps Activision is offering for CoD Mobile.
All together, Activision has announced eight maps, all spanning different games from the franchise, and all restructured to work well in this mobile environment. Each of these maps is extremely popular with the CoD community and should help draw people who may not normally play mobile games. Normally you unlock new customizations for your loadout by leveling up or purchasing it using in-game currency, but Activision may use this as a way to monetize the free, mobile version. In the standard Call of Duty, there is a huge amount of variation in the type of guns and their modifications, and I'm hoping the Mobile version will offer up the same. Characters The last thing to choose in your loadout is what you look like as you run around the map.
Bringing together the Modern Warfare and Black Ops worlds, Call of Duty: Mobile is taking the king of shooters to mobile devices. Announced in March 2019, Call of Duty: Mobile won't be the first CoD you can play on your phone, but it's looking like it might be the best. Since Call of Duty: Mobile is all about bringing together Call of Duty's biggest two series', of the seven maps announced, 4 are pulled from Black Ops games while 3 are from the Modern Warfare franchise. These better variants can be unlocked through Ranked Play, CoD Points, Credits, leveling up the Battle Pass, or as a Daily Login bonus. While the amount of guns at your disposal matches the standard amount in a CoD game, Call of Duty: Mobile also has a plethora of equipment including: Concussion, EMP, Flashbang, Grenade, Semtex, Smoke Grenade, and Trip Mine.
Currently, these items are exclusive to the Store and cannot be earned in-game, however the Beta grants players with 5000 CoD points to start. Call of Duty: Mobile will release worldwide on Android and iOS devices in the coming months, however a regional Beta is live right now. What modes, maps, are guns are you hoping to see in Call of Duty: Mobile? Activision detailed the user interface, newly announced modes and maps, and returning characters that will be in the upcoming "Call of Duty: Mobile" ahead of its beta via a blog post on Friday. Basically, the simple mode offers a streamlined gameplay experience for mobile, in that it automatically fires a weapon when focused in on an enemy. The HUD (heads up display) is also customizable, so players can move different functions around their screen as they choose and make the best use of the smaller space of a mobile game. As for the gameplay itself, some modes coming to the mobile game were announced which can support up to 8 or 10 players, according to the original post: Standoff: This map is set between China and Kyrgyzstan, and those who played "Call of Duty: Black Ops III" might know it as Outlaw, which is accessible to a variety of gameplay styles. This map is set between China and Kyrgyzstan, and those who played "Call of Duty: Black Ops III" might know it as Outlaw, which is accessible to a variety of gameplay styles. Crash: A "Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare" map full of shelled out buildings in a desert town A "Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare map full of shelled out buildings in a desert town Killhouse: A warehouse interior which is ideal for small teams and constant action. When the upcoming beta was announced in March, we learned that players will get to choose their character from familiar faces of past "Call of Duty" games. Alex Mason from "Call of Duty: Black Ops" games. Activision has revealed the first in-depth look at the upcoming Call of Duty game for mobile devices. According to a new blog post from video game publisher Activision, a closed beta for the highly-anticipated mobile version of Call of Duty has been released in select countries. The free-to-play title includes iconic Call of Duty characters, popular maps, competitive game modes, and signature weapons from the console and PC FPS. Furthermore, the mobile edition includes the Black Ops and Modern Warfare games. COD: Mobile features multiple modes with fan-favourite maps from different Call of Duty games. Call of Duty: Mobile will reportedly include at least five multiplayer modes: Free-For-All, Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Hardpoint, and Domination. The control settings will also allow a greater degree of freedom in customizing how you play than most other FPS games on mobile. A statement on Google Play reads: "Call of Duty: Mobile is currently in Closed Beta in select countries, and we are working to improve the game experience by continuously fixing bugs and adding additional content for players.