News | Call of Duty: Mobile has been downloaded more than 35 million times

Call of Duty: Mobile has been downloaded more than 35 million times, game hasn't been out for a week yet.

The game appeared on the App and Google Play Store last Tuesday. The game is not yet available in China. “The reactions of fans on both Android and iOS are incredible,” Activision said in a press release. “Call of Duty: Mobile already has more than 35 million downloads and is on its way to becoming the number one iOS game in a hundred countries.”

Call of Duty: Mobile was unveiled in March. The game is free and there will be free content updates in the coming months. There are different modes that the player can choose from, such as the blackout mode. Well-known maps from previous games also come back in the mobile versionthink of Nuketown and Crash.


News | Call of Duty: Mobile now available

Call of Duty: Mobile is now available for download on iOS and Android.

Call of Duty: Mobile was announced in March and can now be downloaded.
The game is free and there will be free content updates in the coming months.
There are different modes that the user can choose from, such as the blackout mode.

Well-known maps from previous games also come back in the mobile version; think of Nuketown and Crash. The user can obtain various characters, weapons, outfits and other content by playing the game.
To play the game, a number of requirements must be met; system requirements for Android phones are that the phone has at least 2 GB of RAM and Android 5.1. On iOS, an iPhone must be on iOS 9 or a later version to play the game.


News | Call of Duty: Mobile arrives on October 1

Activision has announced that Call of Duty: Mobile launches for iOS and Android on October 1.

Earlier this year was announced that the shooter for iOS and Android would come to the West, but now a release date has actually been announced.

The free-to-play game contains characters, weapons, maps and modes from various Call of Duty games, including the Black Ops and Modern Warfare series. According to Activision and developer Tencent, the launch includes modes such as Team Deathmatch, Search and Destory and Free-For-All. Maps like Nuketown and Crash are available from day one. The battle royale mode will also available on the day of launch. After the launch, Tencent continues to deliver new content for the game.

People can now register for the game via the Call of Duty website. The game has been available in beta form for some time in certain countries, but only people who are registered have a chance to win an invitation.