Call of Duty® Mobile
Call of Duty® Mobile
Battle Royale,Sniper,5V5
4.5 Review



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Activision Publishing, Inc.

2.2 GB

Nov 16, 2021


Activision Publishing, Inc.

Varies with device

November 13, 2021


  • iOS
  • Android

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Call of Duty®: Mobile" is a shooting game that maintains its own real war style, caters to the masses and joins the battle royale gameplay. For such a relatively niche mobile game with a battle royale game, you can't force it to focus on the battle royale, but you can look forward to it as a mobile game version of the "Call of Duty" series And it brings a refreshing experience anytime, anywhere. Diversified game modes, including battle royale, 5V5 team battle, sniper mode and other rich gameplay settings, to meet the tastes of players with different needs and make the flavor of the game more diverse; "Call of Duty®: Mobile" cares more about the player's experience of the game details and the real and nervous perception. Why not download it?

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"Call of Duty®: Mobile" emphasizes giving people a tense and real World War II experience. The experience and details of the description are similar to those of "Call of Duty Online". As a PVE and ordinary PVP-oriented For mobile games, compared to popular chicken-eating games, "Call of Duty®: Mobile" cares more about the player's experience of the game details and the real and nervous perception.

Editors' Review

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Call of Duty: Mobile is one of the best shooter games made for phones by Activision and launched back in 2019. It combines classic Call of Duty character classification, weapons and gear mods, and most importantly, some of the most iconic CoD maps. Call of Duty: Mobile is game that is fun, refined, rich and full of gunfire.

Call of Duty: Mobile just like any new-age mobile game give out regular rewards for logging in. The gameplay mechanics focus on the realism of elements such as closeness to bullets and gun recoil, along with new age technologies such as augmented reality crosshair scope, and the added control of drone strikes at your disposal. The game pays special importance to picking a weapon that has high accuracy, which is what makes the M4 a great starter gun. Plug in a high accuracy scope and a mobility upgrade to maintain pace with scope view enabled, to get a great chance at winning more multiplayer matches.

In multiplayer mode, the fast-paced 5v5 team deathmatches is ridiculously fun. An average team match lasts for about seven minutes and the objective is simple — be the first to register 50 kills of your opponent team, and you win. Call of Duty Mobile allows the ability to add friends, text chat and voice chat. For most players, gaming is a way they can stay connected with friends. Even if you don’t have an in-game clan, the multiplayer mode has plenty of players for you to match up with.

The graphics are top notch, although you will need a top-end smartphone to make use of it. The easy enough controls, a direct but mature gameplay attracts players across the world.

Another interesting observation is that the game is incredibly easy at the start and you'll find yourself winning games basically all the time. There's a simple answer: bots. Activision hasn't commented on the existence of bots/AI enemies in the gameplay, but it's obvious that in the early levels, you're playing almost exclusively against AI enemies set to a very low difficulty. Eventually – probably when you start to lose a game or two – you'll be playing with or against a couple of other real players, most notable because they'll also be picking up loads of kills.

Although Call of Duty Mobile has an official age rating of 16 , it therefore has no parental controls. However, there isn’t any age verification, younger children will potentially play the game, which can be very intense and violent. Particularly in multiplayer and battle royale modes, this could give rise to inappropriate behaviour, especially within voice chat.

To better protect your children from online violence, when they have shown any interest in playing this game, please do some research to find out whether the game is appropriate for them. To make that decision, you may want to explore the game with your children together. You can ask them why they like this game, as well as who they’re talking to and what sorts of things they’re sharing. There is also an official support page which has useful information you can refer to.

In conclusion, hope everyone can enjoy playing the game safely!  


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