Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile is a free first-person shooter for Android by Activision. This is one of the most essential titles from the franchise for mobile, which already includes others like Call of Duty: Mobile and Call of Duty: Strike Team.
This title brings the warfare battle-royale experience from PC and consoles to your pocket. It has many unique features, such as cross-progression for weapons and battle pass, which allows it to integrate with other titles like Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2.0, a bonus for anyone playing them.
What’s it all about?
In a nutshell, in Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile, you compete against other players until the last one remaining wins. You parachute to a large map, and as the game progresses, the playable area gets smaller, which makes you change your tactics.
There are also squads you can form with others to battle in teams. Aside from this, there are many unique mechanics, such as heading to a “Gulag” instead of dying, where you can fight other prisoners to get your freedom back, and events like supply choppers, jailbreaks, and more.
Special features for mobile-friendliness
FPS and mobile devices have a rough story with mobiles. It’s much more challenging to play on a touchscreen than with controllers or a mouse and keyboard. This is why particular emphasis was put on making it as playable as possible.
One of these is two additional multiplayer modes with 6v6 matches, which helps to learn the ropes before heading to the massively multiplayer part of the game.
An incredible achievement
Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile is a fantastic option for Call of Duty fans on the go. It feels much like its bigger brother and has exciting extra features too. Graphics are excellent for a mobile game, and the extra modes are so much fun you might forget about the battle-royale system for a while.
The title also knows it can’t replace the console or PC experience and offers enticing features for players of the other titles, such as carrying your weapons and XP to Modern Warfare 2. This is an excellent idea to keep progressing in the main console options while you’re out.