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Call of Duty: Mobile GamePlay News, Review and First Impressions

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Activision is seeking to repeat its huge successes – such as Modern Warfare 2 and Black Ops – on mobile, such as PUBG Mobile and Fortnite. No real surprises, CoD: Mobile is a mobile FPS that will offer many game modes, cards and of course weapons identical to the other games in the franchise, but Activision has promised a successful mobile experience. You can download this game directly from Apple AppStore and Google Playstore. You can also get this game from 3rd party stores like GetJar (https://www.getjar.com/categories/all-games/action-games/Call-of-Duty-Mobile-Hack-972273)

How to play Call of Duty Mobile on a smartphone?

Playing a multiplayer FPS on a mobile phone is a challenge. Despite the successes of Fortnite and PUBG Mobile, getting started with a mobile FPS is scary. To combat this, Call of Duty: Mobile will have two different control modes: simple mode and advanced mode.

The simple mode is very different from the playability of a console CoD. Instead of having a dedicated firing button, your firearm fires when the pointer of your weapon is pointed at the enemy. This may seem like a huge advantage, but it really is not. The shooting accuracy is average and you will quickly use all your ammunition. The advantage is that you can move and look around much more quickly without having to worry about tapping the screen to shoot. Fortunately, they have included an adjustment to limit the automatic firing distance depending on your weapon. You don’t want to waste ammunition when the enemy is too far away.

The advanced mode offers a console experience, but Activision has moved your controls, which is very convenient. Each element of your head-up display (HUD) is movable to allow you to get the most important buttons directly under your thumbs. This also allows the interface to adapt to the different screen sizes of smartphones. This mode also has a real shooting button, which is very important.

Which cards on Call of Duty Mobile?

If you have already played Call of Duty, you will recognize some of the cards offered by Activision for CoD Mobile. So you will have, for example, one of the best maps of Modern Warfare: Black Ops, Nuketown. It is a small fast card, very practical for CoD games on a mobile phone.

In total, Activision announced eight cards, which are found in the franchise’s various games, and all restructured to work properly in this mobile environment. No cards dedicated to mobile gaming, but cards popular with the community: Nuketown, Hijack, Crash or Firing Range.

What about inventories, benefits and weapons?

Like any CoD, you will be able to customize your inventory. You can save up to 5 packs of weapons and accessories. It’s a freemium game (so the game will be free), so you’ll get free weapons by winning XP, but you can also buy some in the game directly (with the game currency for real money).

In addition to weapons (main and secondary in your inventory), there is also a whole system of advantages: Ghost, for example, hides you from an enemy drone. Load a weapon faster, your health regenerates faster… there are also weapon skills that are active for a few seconds. Finally, there are also the Scorestreaks that you get when you load the game, they allow you to activate special options like the drone for example. By using the drone to locate enemy groups, other players can use airstrikes to directly damage the enemy.

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