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Call of Duty®: Mobile
Call of Duty®: Mobile review
Call of Duty: Mobile is the first-person shooter created by Activision together with Tencent Games. Currently, the game is the number one free app on the Google Play store in 33 countries. Call of Duty: Mobile was appreciated by more than one and a half million players, and the average score was 4.7/5. And this is not an accidental success. The shooter is a true gem and really corresponds to the promises of Activision "to transfer the corporate gameplay of Call of Duty to smartphones."
The official release date of Call of Duty: Mobile game is October 1. The original Call of Duty is a first-person shooter that needs no introduction. In the distant 2003, we were offered to deal with the troops of secret fascists. What do we have this time? Let's take a quick look.
The gameplay in Call of Duty: Mobile consists of online battles. There is a selection of classic maps and modes from different games of the Call of Duty line, for example, from Call of Duty: Black Ops and the first series of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Starting from the seventh level, the Battle Royale mode is available to players, which is one of the most awaited options of the game. Besides, the developers promise to add the 'Zombie' mode as soon as possible.
There are currently nine maps available for online battles in the game: Standoff, Killhouse, Crash, Crossfire, Hijacked, Firing Range, Nuketown, Raid, and Takeoff. You can choose a card by yourself or rely on luck. However, in the training mode is the choice unavailable because the scenery of the battle is determined randomly.
In Call of Duty: Mobile, you can buy skins, weapons, and experience cards. Players are also offered paid and free combat passes. With paid access, the player receives more rewards when pumping, as well as special skins, weapons, and in-game currency.
The control and navigation system of the game is simple and does not require a gamepad. Even if you have never played shooters on your smartphone, you'll quickly deal with it. For the newcomers, there is an auto-shooting mode (the weapon shoots when hovering over the enemy). In addition to a large arsenal of small guns (M4, AK-47, etc.), the game contains grenades, flamethrowers, and even drones. Of course, any weapon can be picked up on the battlefield.
There are also two shooting modes. The button on the left is responsible for shooting from the hip, and when you click on the right button, the character finds the aim and starts shooting. A little higher is the sight button, and below there are reload buttons and grenades.