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Call of Duty: Mobile

Game Info

Publisher
Activision
Release Date
October 1, 2019
Multiplayer modes
Online
Platforms
Android, IOS
Monetization
Cosmetic DLC

Call of Duty: Mobile is the first time that Activision has brought the action-packed first-person shooter experience to mobile devices. Players on Android or iOS can duke it out on a variety of classic CoD maps including the fan-favorite Nuketown 2, Crash, and many others.

While there is the standard team deathmatch format that players know and love in Call of Duty: Mobile, players can also hop into a Battle Royale game mode to try to be the top dog before their time is up.

This shooter has exploded onto the mobile scene and become very popular in its early days, showing that this franchise can work on mobile devices without a shadow of a doubt.

From the official Call of Duty: Mobile website:

Developer Quote
GAME MODES

The thrill of Call of Duty on the go

BATTLE ROYALE

Survive the 100-player experience    

MULTIPLAYER

Traditional 5v5 team-based combat

CLASSIC MULTIPLAYER MAPS

Fight across fan-favorite maps from Call of Duty history 

• Crash
• Nuketown 2
• Hijacked
• Firing Range
• Killhouse
• Crossfire

ICONIC CHARACTERS

lay as heroes from Call of Duty: Black Ops and Modern Warfare

JOHN PRICE

A member of the British Special Forces and leader of both Bravo Team and Task Force 141, Price made his mark by taking out the notorious arms dealer, Zakhaev, and his protégé, Makarov.

DAVID MASON

Member of SEAL Team Six and son of CIA agent Alex Mason, the Lt. Commander quickly rose through the ranks to oversee the J-SOC Strike Force.

ALEX MASON

A CIA operative and retired Marine Force Recon Captain, Mason was part of an assassination squad which carried out missions in Cuba, Vietnam, and Laos.

SIMON "GHOST" RILEY

Second in command of Task Force 141 and recognized by his iconic skull balaclava, Ghost led the strike team to search the ultranationalist Makarov’s safe house to gain invaluable intel.

THOMAS MERRICK

Field commander in 2027, Merrick established his reputation during Operation Sand Viper by defending a civilian hospital from more than five hundred enemy fighters with only sixty operators.