Call of Duty Mobile has gained massive popularity in just 2 days. The number of downloads is on the rise already. Indian Google play store has counted over 100k downloads in this short period of time. Although the game is only available for a few countries, you can still download it and enjoy the Call of Duty experience on your Android device. But, there are a few things you must know before you get involved in this game.
All the Call of Duty fans must have some expectations from the game. It may include a decent story mode or great gameplay experience, or it can be something else! Even if the game is just on its early phase of development, you must know these before you get disappointed or jump in excitement. So, let us take a look at these big things.
1. There is no Campain mode in Call of Duty Mobile
Campaign or the story mode is a big expectation from the fans. If a game fails to provide this, the game generally sees overall low ratings. Well, Call of Duty Mobile has no campaign or story mode as of now. But as the game is still in Closed Beta, things might change before the game goes for official release. For now, there are only Multiplayer matches.
2. Battle Royale mode is yet to come
Although the function is already there inside the game, Battle Royale is yet to come. Battle Royale is probably one of the biggest reasons behind the development of this mobile game. But for now, it is not accessible. But we can hope that it will be available before the official global release.
3. Call of Duty Mobile is just on Closed Beta for now
The game is in its early development phase. It is available for selected countries and that too only for Android. For that reason, you’ll also receive 5000 COD points for free! You can use this COD points to purchase various in-game items and then provide valuable feedback if you face any trouble.
4. Entire progress will be wiped out before the final release
The biggest thing you should know that all the game data will be wiped out before the final release. So, make your involvement accordingly. So, your free 5000 COD points will also be of no use! Quite a good deal, isn’t it?
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