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Call of Duty Mobile release date, gameplay: When can you play on your Android or iOS phone?

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    Call of Duty Mobile release date Android iOS

    Call of Duty is finally coming out on Android and iOS mobile phones. The popular first player shooter game has already made its mark on big screens. Call of Duty is a game from Activision, which has so many versions released over PC, Xbox, PlayStation, and other consoles.

    Reports about Call of Duty mobile version were in the wind for a long time. Now that Call of Duty mobile is here, let’s see everything we know about the game.

    Call of Duty mobile Trailer

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    The first official announcement for Call of Duty mobile was made in the month of March 2019. Call of Duty launched an official trailer for the mobile version of the game. It was just a short clip showing the game in action and what it has to offer.

    Talks about Call of Duty became rampant after the trailer went viral and gained over 3 million views. Since then, gamers all over the world are waiting for the launch of Call of Duty mobile.

    Beta Release date

    Call of Duty Mobile release date Android and iOS

    The most important question on everyone’s mind is when is the Call of Duty mobile version coming out. Fans of the game want to know when would be they able 6o play Call of Duty on their Smartphones. Call of Duty beta for Android mobiles, iPhone and iPad was launched 2 days back, on May 17, 2019.

    Activision released the beta test version of Call of Duty for Android phones on play store. It has been released in India and will be followed by Australia and the US region. There are no fixed dates, but plans are in motion for a worldwide release of Call of Duty mobile. It will also be soon available on the Apple App store and can be played in iPhones also.

    How to Play?

    Beta Call of Duty Mobile release date Android and iOS

    While fans of Call of Duty can’t wait to get their hands on the game, it is still out in limited beta phase. For those who want to play Call of Duty on their mobile phones as soon as it is out, you can sign up for the game. There is a new Call of Duty official website, where you can fill all the information.

    It will update you about the launch of the game in your region the moment it comes out. Android users can also sign up on the Google play store and pre-register for Call of Duty mobile version. For iPhone users, the App store will provide the option to register in advance soon.

    Which phones will support the Game?

    Beta Call of Duty for mobile iOS Android

    The next thing to be focused on is the specs requirements for Call of Duty mobile version. When the big screen games are downsized for mobiles, they still take up a lot of memory. Not every mobile phone will support the Call of Duty mobile version.

    Activision, the makers of Call of Duty has revealed that they are trying to make the game work on both high-end phones and other simple devices too. As of there is no official list of supported phones, but there are rumored specs sheet for Call of Duty mobile requirements.

    Call of Duty Minimum Requirements

    Android: the minimum requirement will be Snapdragon 625, Adreno 506 and 3 GB of RAM iOS: it should be minimum an iPhone 7 or higher, the total game size will be of around 4 GB, with 1.1 GB download size and 2.6 GB additional files.

    Call of Duty vs Fortnite and PUBG

    Call of Duty mobile vs Fortnite and PUBG

    Call of Duty mobile was an inevitable thing looking the success of games like Fortnite and PUBG among mobile users. Apex Legends is also in talks to release a mobile version of the recently trending battle royale game. Call of Duty is trying to do something as compared to the likes of Fortnite and PUBG, which has only a single battle royale shooter mode option to play.

    Call of Duty mobile Android iOS

    Reports confirm that Call of Duty will have a total of five modes which will include Free-For-All, Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Hardpoint, and Domination. Not also that it will combine the popular elements from all the different version of Call of Duty games while retaining fan favorite characters.

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