Call of Duty Mobile is the new sensation for all mobile gamers. Crossing over 100 million downloads just in the first week of its launch, the game broke every previous record set by any game.
In a week of its launch, PUBG Mobile garnered around 28 million downloads and Pokemon GO had 85.5 million downloads. Call of Duty has beaten every record up until now. The game is a shooter game and a direct competitor to PUBG Mobile.
Call of Duty mobile isn’t just a plain Battle Royale like PUBG. The game offers a multiplayer mode in which players can try out classic Call of Duty game modes like Frontline, Hardpoint, Domination and, of course, Team Deathmatch.
These modes all are team-based and free-to-play as well. Along with these game modes, the game also offers a Battle Royale like PUBG Mobile. Players drop in on an island in 4 player squads, scavenge for guns, ammunition and other resources and fight to be the last one alive.
The game recently launched its ID collection event in which the players will have to earn ID’s by playing. The player’s total ID’s will determine their ranking and according to the ranking, they will get prizes.
The event can be accessed in the game right now. Take a look at the event images below –
The new event comes in with the November login event as well. The login event will reward players for logging in every day.
The game had already hinted at a zombie mode for Halloween and it seems that the event is also coming to the game. The official COD Mobile twitter tweeted recently about the ‘undead’ coming to the game.
Take a look at the tweet below –
The zombie mode has much hype in the players and the players were expecting the mode a lot sooner. But with the official announcement, it isn’t long before the players can actually try out the new zombie mode.
What do you think about the new events in Call of Duty Mobile? Let us know in the comment section below!
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