Ring of Elysium vs Call of Duty Mobile: In this article, we will be comparing two very popular Battle Royale games in recent times. However, keep in mind that Ring of Elysium is a PC game, and Call of Duty is a mobile game. But is one game better than the other at core gameplay? Let’s find out.
Ring of Elysium
Ring of Elysium is a Multiplayer Online Battle Royale game developed by Tencent Games, the creators of PUBG.
You are dropped onto an island along with 59 other players, and you have to battle it out to survive. The goal is to be on one of the 4 seats in the rescue helicopter.
Ring of Elysium explores a lot of fresh elements in the Battle Royale genre which makes it unique compared to other games. Although it is also a typical shooter, there are various niche details which makes it special.
Call of Duty Mobile
Just like Bluehole reached out to Tencent for PUBG Mobile, Activision had also reached out to Tencent for Call of Duty Mobile. Call of Duty Mobile is designed to give a thrilling experience of iconic COD gameplay on your mobile devices.
If you’re one of the players who got the early access to the game you might have noticed that the sound of the game is really similar to of PUBG Mobile. Call of Duty Mobile brings together many maps, weapons and characters from across the Call of Duty series into this version.
Currently, Call of Duty Mobile is in beta. It was released in a few select countries in June 2019.
Ring of Elysium vs Call of Duty Mobile: Both these games have been created by the same developers. You may notice lot of common features between them both. However, Ring of Elysium is far more popular than Call of Duty is currently.
It’s quite clear that both these games are quite good and entertaining, so the only question is: Do you prefer playing on your computer or your mobile.
If you prefer playing on PC, go for Ring of Elysium. If you are a mobile gamer, go for Call of Duty Mobile. I personally prefer Ring of Elysium because I’m a PC gamer.
Hello, my name is Rishabh Bhagvath. My gaming alias is Pawn. I am an aspiring Dota 2 player from Hyderabad, India. I have always been interested in writing articles and when esportsportal presented me with an opportunity, I came on board right away.
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