With the arrival of PUBG Mobile, the mobile gaming industry witnessed a revolution. PUBG not only brought a revolution but also made a great impact on the Esports Mobile Gaming Community. As of now, PUBG Mobile now has 200 million users and about 30 million active daily users. And now after PUBG Mobile, Tencent’s highly anticipated and much-awaited Battle Royale title Call of Duty: Mobile is all set to make its mark in the mobile gaming industry, beginning from October 1 onwards. And just hours before its launch, reports confirm that Call of Duty Mobile will support controller for iOS and Android.
Call of Duty Mobile is the first free-to-play experience of the franchise which has been in beta testing for quite some time and finally arrives tomorrow. But what’s even interesting is that the title will support controller for both iOS and Android. Obviously, playing using a controller will make it much easier to play with custom configurations around than the on-screen controls. However, no further details have been released as of now but this feature is surely one to wait for.
It would be really interesting to see what the new feature offers as the recent iOS 13 update introduced support which allows both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One standard controllers on iPhone and iPad, thereby offering iOS users an opportunity to play Call of Duty: Mobile using a controller.
The totally free-to-play experience arrives right before the Modern Warfare launch on October 5. The game will launch globally with the exception of Mainland China, Vietnam and Belgium.