Call of Duty: Mobile is a new installment of the first-person shooter COD franchise, released in late 2019. Most importantly, it brings many familiar aspects of the franchise onto mobile platforms, so fans of COD can play the game on the go. For example, you can choose to play ranked and non-ranked matches in multiplayer mode, and special time-limited events. Also, Season 2 in Call of Duty: Mobile introduced Zombie mode that pits players against wave after wave of zombies.
- Great graphics and visuals
- Easy game controls
- Wide variety of weapons
- Lagging and ping issues
- Hackers use bots to cheat
- Early levels plagued with bots
Call of Duty: Mobile – Review
The game we know and love
Call of Duty: Mobile brings over most of what we love from the leading first-person shooter franchise. In fact, the game’s graphics and visuals look great, and the wide. Although the developers bring maps over that are familiar to long-time players, they have a new feel to them. You won’t be playing the same game, that is for sure, and you’ll probably have to re-learn movements, pathways, hideouts, and more, but it’ll be an experience as exciting as you’ve been used to on other platforms. Besides, the game controls and movement are very accurate, though limited. Not to mention that you will have a wide variety of weapons to choose from, with a pinprick accuracy.
Missing in Action
Despite its experience in the gaming industry, the game is relatively new to the platform, and some mishaps are bound to happen. Like for example, the high ping that causes lagging and crashing. Bots are also a big issue. For instance, early levels are plagued with bots programmed to let you win. Consequently, you get a rush here and there from winning, then get hit by a brick wall of reality once the game starts matching you against real players. As a result, you’ll find that you’ve been winning without actually building skills and progressing. In addition, some hackers program bots themselves to their advantage, pulling the game’s odds to their side, which is unfair.
Overall, the game feels like Call of Duty, and something brand new at the same time. Despite its flaws here and there, it’s highly enjoyable, and you’ll find yourself rediscovering the game all over again. However, we hope the developers fix the issues down the line; the game is relatively new, and there’s still room for fixes down the path to make the experience flawless and even more exciting.
Where to get the game
How to play Call of Duty: Mobile
You can play several types of matches in Call of Duty: Mobile, like unranked, ranked, and private. Also, there are several types of modes you could explore, such as frontline, team deathmatch, search and destroy, domination, hard point, and free for all. You can earn credits, the in-game currency, by playing the game, or you can purchase COD Points with real money, so you can buy and upgrade items that will help you win matches
If you’re new to Call of Duty: Mobile, check out this video with Top 10 Tips for NEW Players in COD Mobile.