Call of Duty: Mobile releases on 1 October for iOS and Android, but if you play it using an Android emulator GameLoop, it’ll fully support keyboard and mouse, and exclusive key mapping.
The free-to-play version of CoD will offer an array of game modes and on fan-favourite maps like Nuketown and crash, and it’ll be optimised for use on mobile and tablet with free updates.
However, I can’t imagine the system requirements for the mobile version being extremely high, so any low-end desktop or laptop should be able to run it just fine. So this could be the answer for those who want to give the game a go but are not particularly a fan of mobile gaming or can’t play the latest Call of duty title.
“Playing CODM on GameLoop allows you to breakthrough the limitation of phones with bigger screen to achieve wider field of view, mouse and keyboard to ensure precise aiming and shooting. More importantly, exclusive key mapping and in-depth adaption will bring you the most immersive and wonderful experience of Call of Duty: Mobile,” reads the GameLoop page.
We are not sure if servers will detect that you’re using an emulator and will only match you with other emulator uses – as this is the case for PlayerUnknownBattleGrounds for mobile – is unsure or you’ll be able to play with anyone.
Are you going to try out Call of Duty: Mobile using GameLoop or are you going to play it only on mobile? Let us know in the comments down below.
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