Call of Duty: Mobile is out now and could be downloaded on your Android or iOS device at no cost.
If you've been playing CoD for a while, or any first-person shooter game for that matter, playing this new game on a mobile phone or tablet might not be all that appealing. Fortunately, though, there is a workaround that will allow you to play on your PC like you would a regular CoD title.
The game was confirmed to have controller support ahead of its October 1 launch - it dropped a bit earlier for iOS - but players who would rather play on a computer could do so quite comfortably too.
To make it work, you'll need the Android emulator called GameLoop. The latter is specifically designed to bring Call of Duty: Mobile to as PC as you could get it. It's a free application that enables PC support for titles such as PUBG Mobile, Arena of Valor and Clash of Kings. Where CoD: Mobile is concerned, GameLoop promises "exclusive key mapping and in-depth adaption will bring you the most immersive and wonderful experience of Call of Duty: Mobile."
Servers can detect when players play PUBG Mobile with an emulator and match them with other players playing in the same manner but it's still unknown of the mobile version of CoD will allow for the same.
Despite this new title being free-to-play, fans are able to take advantage of classic game modes, maps, weapons and characters from the full game. CoD: Mobile already has some recognizable features from Black Ops 4 such as multiple specialist gadgets, as well as the Crash and Nuketown maps. Of course, microtransactions are aplenty, with a battle pass, a battle royale mode and two currencies involved.
So fans waiting on the next installment of the full CoD could keep busy with the mobile version. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is set for release on October 25 and will be playable on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. In the meantime, get GameLoop and PC away.
Source: Game Rant