Call of Duty: Mobile is available on iOS and Android. Activision Call of Duty: Mobile is out on Android and Apple phones on Tuesday. Players were unable to play after the release of the game, but it appears the game has stabilized with more players able to log onto the game.
Developed by Tencent Games and Timi Studios, the mobile entry into the Call of Duty franchise launched Tuesday morning on Android and iOS. Publisher Activision tweeted there was an issue with players connecting to Call of Duty Mobile, and it would be working on a fix. Since then, many players were able to get past the initial loading screen, however, some are still waiting.
We are aware of players having issues connecting to Call of Duty Mobile. We are investigating and working on a fix, stay tuned for updates.— Activision Support (@ATVIAssist) October 1, 2019 Players took to Twitter and Reddit for confirmation on the game not loading this morning for everyone else before the servers were fixed.
Many were stuck at the initial loading screen with no sign of the game downloading any additional data. Wtf!!!! My game is not working. Please take action aginst this @CallofDuty pic.twitter.com/jfoJrwk8w8— Harsh Dembla (@HarshDembla5) October 1, 2019 @Activision ALWAYS MESSING IT UP, what did they think was gonna happen? There are literally more mobile devices than PCs & Consoles worldwide and out of all 2.
5 billion devices 1 million is trying to run the app! GET YOUR OWN SERVERS @CallofDuty— The Billion Team (@Billion_T3am) October 1, 2019 It’s great but is stuck on loading screen on iOS— DJ JY (@DJJY) October 1, 2019 Along with questions about the game loading, players also noticed Call of Duty Mobile has no support for controllers.
Charlie Intel reported Sunday there was an option for controllers that was being tested prior to launch, but players logging onto the game Tuesday didnt see the option for it. Controller Support 🤔 pic.twitter.com/fauKZatC5x— Call of Duty: Mobile News & Leaks (@CODMobileLeaks) September 27, 2019 Activision didnt immediately respond to a request for comment on controller support.
In Call of Duty Mobile, players will compete in several matches, including Team Deathmatch, Domination, Gun Game and Search & Destroy. There are also maps from other Call of Duty games, such as Nuketown, Hijacked and Crash. Like most free to play games, Call of Duty: Mobile will have plenty to unlock such as character models of John Soap MacTavish and Simon Ghost Riley from the Modern Warfare series, along with Alex Mason from Black Ops.
.Call of Duty: Mobile will also include a 100-player battle.....