Call of Duty Mobile Review

Call of Duty Mobile Review

Yes, you read it right, one of your favorite games will soon be available on your mobile phone. Call of Duty Mobile is in works and will be released in the following months. Until then the beta version is available for Australia. For most of us, this game is simply a dream come true. If you want to know more about this game you should go on with our Call of Duty Mobile review.

What to expect of Call of Duty Mobile?

We believe that most of the people have at least heard of Call of Duty game. For those who aren’t, it is a first-person shooter game that can be played both in the single and multiplayer game. As the multiplayer is an essential part of this franchise game, you will be relieved to know that mobile game will be available at multiplayer.

After playing for a bit, our impression is that the developers have done an excellent job modifying this PC game to mobile. There will be available plenty of the most famous maps as well as game modes. The big challenge about this genre is shooting controls. This game offers two models. Simple one includes auto-fire when the enemy is at gunpoint and advanced one, which adds fire button but required sharp aiming.

Maps and game modes

As we mentioned earlier during Call of Duty Mobile review, this game will have multiple maps and modes for every player to choose from as he fits. You can make your choice by the weapon you want to use. For example, if you enjoy good sniper duel you should choose CrossFire, or maybe you want more action in which case Kill House is the right map for you, it’s small and guarantees a lot of action.

Currently, there are seven game modes available to play. If you are not much of a team player, you would love Free-for-all mode where it’s every man for himself. Some others are Team Deathmatch, Domination, Hardpoint, etc. Probably the most exciting thing is that Battle Royale mode is also in works.

Gameplay

As regards to gameplay, the first things we face are the controls. They are very well arranged so it shouldn’t take you more than 10-15 minutes to get used to them completely. Movement stick is on the left side of the screen, and it isn’t fixed so you can direct your focus on moving. The rest of the buttons are usual Call of Duty controls like weapon switch, reload, etc.

Also, the visual experience this game offers is on point. So much attention is given to every detail of the maps and guns. You’d have no trouble believing that you are in real gun clash. Killing more enemies ups your level, which is key to unlock special weapons. Signature kills streak rewards are also added.

Parent Advisor

The aforementioned genre of the game is the first-person shooter, which means there is going to be lots of killing. Further, the game has the PEGI 16 label, which means that violent scenes aren’t appropriate for kids younger than 16.

Overall Experience

In the process of making Call of Duty review, we were positively surprised every step of the way. Those who opt to try out this game would most likely share our opinion that this is probably one of the best mobile games of this genre ever made.

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