Call of Duty Mobile has been finally released all over the world today. The game is a part of the famous franchise Call of Duty but doesn’t have the same storyline line as of the PC game. Call of Duty Mobile has all of the similar pc modes with some more twists to enhance the player’s mobile gaming experience.
The gameplay styles, famous characters, vehicles, and weapons are similar to that of the Pc version. The mobile gamers who enrolled in the beta versions are turning towards Call of Duty Mobile instead of PUBG Mobile.
Call Of Duty Mobile: Download & Installation
Call of Duty Mobile has been released for both Android and iOS platforms; users can download the game from Play Store or App Store, respectively. Before downloading the game, make sure your device has at least 2.5GB of space as the game will take around 2 GB of internal storage.
We would suggest you to use a Wi-Fi network to download the game without being worried about sudden download failures, as there are always high chances of download failures on mobile networks.
You can download the game from here: [su_button url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.activision.callofduty.shooter&hl=en_IN” target=”blank” style=”flat”]Google Play Store[/su_button]
[su_button url=”https://apps.apple.com/au/app/call-of-duty-mobile/id1287282214″ target=”blank” style=”flat”]App Store[/su_button]
To login to the game, you can use your Facebook account so that you can access it on any other device without losing the game data. Although, if you are playing for a few days or doesn’t want the game to access your Facebook data, you can use the guest mode.
However, the game is not available on some mid-range devices, but it is available on all of the flagship devices. The developers have said that they will soon provide support for all devices in the future.