Call of Duty Mobile Officially Launched in India to Rival PUBG
Call of Duty: Mobile comes with multiple maps and also offers a Battle Royale mode.
Call of Duty: Mobile has been officially launched in India and is available for download from Google Play Store and Apple App Store. The game is 1.1 GB in size and needs some extra content downloads post-installation.
Activision, the game’s developers, had launched the game’s beta version back in November only in India and has made improvements in the gameplay and the overall interface.
Call of Duty: Mobile offers multiple game modes like Team Deathmatch which is part of the Quick Multiplayer mode and also has other modes like Battle Royal and a Zombie Mode.
The overall gameplay offers a more futuristic look to it with advanced weapons and tactical gear. New players will need to clear the 7th level in the Multiplayer mode in order to unlock the Battle Royal mode of the game.
You’ll need good hardware specs on your phone to run the game with minimum requirements of up to 6GB of RAM and high-end processor.
Just like PUBG, Call of Duty: Mobile also offers upgrades to weapons, skins, gear, and character upgrades as you progress in the game. You can also travel using multiple vehicles the game has added and you also get to fly a helicopter in the Battle Royal mode.
The game also offers you the chance to add friends and play together. You can even create rooms and add multiple friends to play against each other.
Whether Call of Duty: Mobile has the wherewithal to take on the might of PUBG is something we are eagerly waiting to see. Rest assured, it’s a good game that can easily become the ultimate multiplayer mobile game globally.
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