Activision Publishing, Inc.
Call of Duty®: Mobile
Call of Duty®: Mobile review
Call of Duty: Mobile is a shooter that can be played on smartphones or tablets. It turned out that the developers stuffed the project with so many in-app purchases that playing without investments is simply not interesting. And cheaters, who come across almost every match from the day of release, only made the situation worse.
The gameplay is quite simple and understandable for those who have already played Call of Duty on a computer or console. You have a decent set of cards, a huge arsenal of weapons, and the task of killing the enemy until your team has 50 kills. For killstreaks (several kills in a row, headshot kills, rescues, and so on), the player receives points that can be used to call a rocket, UAV, reset equipment.
The gamer's task is as simple as possible – you need to move, kill enemies, and use bonuses for killstreaks in order to gain an advantage.
There is also a battle royale mode. You jump out of a helicopter on a wingsuit, fly to the ground, run around houses in search of weapons, armor and resources, and then move around the map in an attempt to survive.
All mechanics are in place – the ring is narrowing, forcing everyone to run into a more compact circle, there is transport, the ability to play in a team of four. You will enjoy loot selection – the character automatically picks up any attachments for weapons from the ground if they are of higher rank than those you already have. It is very convenient and you do not need to constantly look at the characteristics of a particular module.
The developers of Call of Duty: Mobile decided not to reinvent the wheel and implemented the same controls in the game as in any other mobile shooter. First, the player is guided through a very simple tutorial, during which they show a simple and advanced control mode.
With the simple mode, everything is clear – the left side of the screen is responsible for movement, the right – for controlling the camera and sight. Your virtual soldier shoots automatically when the enemy hits the sight.
This mode has a drawback – the weapon starts shooting only at a certain distance. If the enemy is in sight but is further than the radius, then the weapon will not shoot.
- A large arsenal of weapons;
- Cool cards;
- Gameplay from the original Call of Duty;
- Royal battle;
- A zombie mode.
- Cheaters spoil the fun;
- Keyboard and mouse are truly must-have;
- Too much donation pressure.