The Call of Duty: Mobile app is at the top of the charts on iPhone and Android now that you can download and play a new version of the first-person shooter directly on your mobile device.
This is what players and parents need to know about the new Call of Duty: Mobile app, including ratings, issues, in-app purchases and more.
What is Call of Duty: Mobile?
Call of Duty: Mobile is a new mobile app for the iPhone, iPad, and Android that brings the popular console first-person shooter to the mobile.
The game is from Activision, but developer by Tencent, who makes PUBG Mobile, so they are well versed in making mobile versions of console games.
You can play classic Call of Duty multiplayer game modes as well as a battle royale game mode.
Is Call of Duty: Mobile Safe for Kids?
The Call of Duty: Mobile app is not designed with kids in mind. The game is rated 17+ for;
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Frequent/Intense Realistic Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humour
Call of Duty: Mobile Compatibility
You can play Call of Duty: Mobile on many devices, including older iPhones, iPads, and Androids, but there is a clear cutoff.
On iPhone and iPad, you need to be on the iOS 9 and you need an iPhone 5s or newer. You need an iPad Air or newer to play on tablets.
On Android, you need to be on Android 4.3 or higher.
Call of Duty: Mobile In-App Purchases
There are a lot of Call of Duty: Mobile in-app purchases ranging from 99 cents to $99.99.
- COD Points – Extra Small Pack $0.99
- COD Points – Medium Pack $4.99
- COD Points – Large Pack $9.99
- COD Points – Hardcore Pack $24.99
- COD Points – Epic Pack $49.99
- COD Points – Prestige Pack $99.99
There are also some limited time purchase options during the launch period. You can use these to buy skins. We will update you with more information when we have specific details on everything you can buy.
Call of Duty: Mobile Problems
Issues logging in to Call of Duty: Mobile have been resolved. Thank you for your patience. Get back into the fight! Please let us know if you continue to experience any issues
— Activision Support (@ATVIAssist) October 1, 2019
There were many Call of Duty: Mobile problems during the first day.
Problems included logging in and connecting to matches. The Activision Support Twitter team reports that the problem is fixed at this point.
We expect that there will be connectivity issues and login problems that appear as the game grows. Estimates put the player base above 5 million.
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