What's CoD like on a Phone?

RyanH

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I like Call of duty but unsure on how it will translate to mobile platforms. I could never get used to running around with those controls but maybe that's improved. Thinking of downloading it but Im all about saving space...and time where I can.
 

Effexion

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Definitely not for me. CoD, as you know, takes quick movement and reflexes. The phone just can't offer this with those on-screen thumbsticks. They are terrible.
 

Nintendonian

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It's not too bad. It takes quite a lot of getting used to but it starts to feel a little more fluid as you get better. Stick with it though, Call of Duty Mobile is pretty cool once you get used to it.
 

silverspider

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its really bad man. i got a bigger phone a few weeks ago and i cant even play it properly on that. it feels weird when you cant feel the thumbstick and my thumbs tend to move about without me noticing. You can get control pads for them.
 

SwiftPanda

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Dec 20, 2020
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Not too bad to be honest. It's a struggle at first but it just kind of falls into place after a few hours. Worth trying at least dude.
 

RestAssured

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It just didn't sit right with me. I have never felt fully comfortable with using a phone with digital thumbsticks. It would probably be OK with a Bluetooth pad.
 
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Heatman

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Seriously, you won't enjoy playing Call of Duty on smartphone. The game is way too big for mobile phones. Even Nintendo Switch won't do justice to it. It's best played on consoles.
 

Bawonlee

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I wouldn't bother playing a video games as big as Call of Duty franchise. I hardly play games on my smartphone and it's almost impossible for me to play COD on it. It's only simple games that I play on phones.
 

Heatman

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It just didn't sit right with me. I have never felt fully comfortable with using a phone with digital thumbsticks. It would probably be OK with a Bluetooth pad.
Call of Duty on mobile phone is a big downgrade on the game. If you ever played the game on consoles, it's going to be very difficult for you to adjust to playing it on smartphone. It's a chunky game to play on mobile phones.
 

Hannkk

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I have played Call of Duty Mobile for a while now. It's not all that good but I liked it a little bit. Although, I didn't like how they used microtransactions in the game.