Call of Duty: Mobile is the latest battle royale game to hit the smartphone market although it is currently being lauded more for its multiplayer mode. The game by Activision got a stable release on October 1st and it has already racked up 20 million downloads in a mere two days. There have been a lot of questions regarding specification requirements of the game and Activision support has clarified the matter officially.
The good thing is, Call of Duty: Mobile can work with as low as 2GB of RAM. For Android devices, any version above 5.1 Lollipop will do the trick while for iOS, device running iOS 9 or higher will be able to run the game. Although, the game does not support iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3 and iPad Touch Mini. Also, if you were wondering how to play Call of Duty: Mobile with a controller, it seems it won’t be possible after a recent update. This seems to be the case as of this writing on Wednesday.
The game is currently free to download on Android while it suffered from server overload on launch day as it received a lot of traffic on debut. The stable version is much better and smoother compared to the beta version and is available globally.