Call of Duty: Mobile surpassed 35 Million Downloads, Outrage for removing the Control Support


Call of Duty: Mobile, is a first-person, mobile shooting game which is developed by Tencent Games. It has surpassed 35 million download mark on Android and iOS announced by Activision. More than 20 million downloads of the game were announced in just two days’ time. The early achievements of the game can be credited to the popular Call of Duty series. Well, the latest update of the game is, however, facing a lot of criticism as it has disabled the support for the controller.

According to details from Activision, Call of Duty: Mobile has been ranked number one on the App Store in more than 100 countries. The game can be played on Android and iOS devices.

Response from the android and iOS fans was quite amazing and this was fun experience according to president Rob Kostich. He also congratulated the team at Tencent for this achievement for making such a brilliant game for the gamers around the world.

There is no information about the revenue made by Activision with the initial download o the game. A tweet from Sensor Tower claimed that the company has generated a revenue of $2 million with the 20 million downloads in just 2 days.

It offers the classic locations form the earlier versions of Call of Duty and multiplayer mode. You can enjoy multiplayer mode in the game after you reach level 10 where you will unlock some new features. The Call of Duty: Mobile game was released on 1st October and after the update the controller option was disabled.

Many gamers were furious after the gamer control not working in the new update and the official account of Activision responded to a gamer on Twitter which confirmed that the support for the controller is removed in the recent update.


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