Call of Duty Mobile Updates- Now Activision could hear calls ‘loud and clear’


A few days back, Call of Duty Mobile shut beta users were instructed that the game servers would go offline for server supervision. Now, the server is returned online and the edition 1.0.2 beta of the game is live.

The newest update carries forward various new features and changes from the prior version. This comprises some gameplay settings differences, bug fixes and more.

If you are a beta user and have already downloaded the game, you can lead the way to the Google Play Store and install the update. The extent of the update is around 690MB.

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However, there is an opportunity that the update might not appear in the Play Store as it is being given out in a phased manner and users might have to stay for a while to receive it.

Call of Duty Mobile Updates- Now Activision could hear calls ‘loud and clear’
Call of Duty Mobile Updates- Now Activision could hear calls ‘loud and clear’

To begin with, the update brings Anti-Aliasing characteristics to the game which can be facilitated from the game settings.

Anti Aliasing gives rise to more seamless achievement to the game. The update address the tape performance as well along with map launching optimization and improved sound impacts in the battle royale aspect.

Players can also relate their Guest account to Facebook and combine all the progress made till now.

Creators have addressed several audio-based problems with the game like looping helicopter sound, battle royale sound impact, etc as a part of the update.

As for the big spots, the gyroscope issue with some gadgets has been fixed and the bug resulting in fall damage has been dealt with.

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Adding to this, grenade throwing problem while ADS (Aim Down Sight), the effective taxes of consumables in battle royale mode, etc are now remedied.

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On a related remark, Apple at WWDC 2019 keynote declared the support for PlayStation and Xbox controllers for Call of Duty Mobile and additional games in iOS 13.

Users can now relate the controllers via Bluetooth and be in the game.


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