Call of Duty Mobile
Call of Duty Mobile is the long-awaited mobile version of the long running blockbuster video game shooter series, Call of Duty. Designed for mobile devices, this new FPS is the perfect way to take your shooter action on the go. Follow our guide for the best ways to defeat your opponents in this new shooter.
1. Adjust the Settings to Your LikingActivision wanted to make sure Call of Duty Mobile is the definitive mobile shooter, and did so by optimizing the game for mobile. So to do this they made sure the game can be customized and tailored to everyone’s play style, and their different devices. There are a total of 17 different control sensitivity sliders, allowing you to optimize the controls to your liking. You can also turn on automatic fire (when you target enemies), how guns are held by your character, and more. Be sure to set everything up the way that fits you.
2. Choose the Classic MapsCall of Duty mobile has seven classic maps from the long running main console series. Choosing from these seven will give you a leg up on the competition if you are an avid player of the series, and know the maps well ahead of time. The maps are somewhat smaller to be optimized for mobile, but the bones of the classic maps are still there. Together you’ll find these classic maps to choose from:
- Crash – Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
- Crossfire – Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
- Killhouse – Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
- Firing Range – Call of Duty: Black Ops
- Hijacked – Call of Duty: Black Ops
- Nuketown – Call of Duty: Black Ops
- Standoff – Call of Duty: Black Ops 2
3. Choose the Right Mode for Your Play StyleAs of launch, Call of Duty Mobile features five different game modes to choose from. Including the standard modes returning from the series. New players should start off with Team Deathmatch, as it allows you to get a hold of the game’s controls while having a team to support you (and far less enemies looking to blow you away). More experienced players will enjoy the capture the flag classic, Domination mode. There’s also some extra fun modes like Frontline, which has you slaughtering enemies after you spawn at their base. Here are the different modes to choose from:
- Team Deathmatch
4. Customize your LoadoutsJust like the main series (and many other FPS games), you can customize your loadouts before you enter the map. You’ll be able to choose from many different weapons and weapon classes. You can also choose to start with an explosive or tactical grenade. Perks and skills also return from the latest entries in the series, allowing you to further improve your chances at vanquishing your enemies.
5. Try out Different CharactersPlayers from the main series might recognize some of the characters you can choose to play as when you enter the battle. Be sure to try out each one to see which one fits you best. You can also customize each individual character’s clothing, allowing you to make them your own. Get customizing! Here are the character options:
- Alex Mason – Call of Duty: Black Ops
- David “Section” Mason – Call of Duty: Black Ops 2
- Thomas A. Merrick – Call of Duty: Ghosts
- John “Soap” MacTavish – Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
- John Price – Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare
- Simon “Ghost” Riley – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
- Customize your settings
- Change your loadout
- Try out the different characters