Call of Duty Mobile is the new phenomenon in the world of smartphone games, reaching over 100 million installations during the first week after its launch. These numbers surpass games like Fortnite, PUBG Mobile and also Free Fire.
It's still early to be sure, but it looks like Call of Duty Mobile is set to become one of the most popular smartphone games. However, your smartphone / tablet is not the only place where you can play the new game. Developed in partnership with Tencent, CoD Mobile has also been included in its official PC emulator, taking the entire gaming experience to the next level.
Follow these steps to play Call of Duty Mobile on your PC
- Download and install Gameloop software on your PC (free download from Tencent official website)
- When you first open Gameloop you will be able to log in with your Facebook / Google account, but it is not required
- In the vast list of recommended games, you'll find Call of Duty Mobile as your first choice.
- Press the "Install" button and wait until the download and installation are completed.
- When you open the game for the first time, sign in with your Facebook / Google account
You are not cheating while playing Call of Duty Mobile on PC!
Although CoD Mobile is designed with smartphones / tablets in mind, you don't think you are cheating for using Gameloop, as this is official software developed by Tencent.
You will quickly realize that this is no longer one of several sly "Android emulators" that are spread across the internet.
Even though you will have the keyboard shortcuts corresponding to your keyboard during the game, it will not be long before you forget that you are playing a game developed for smartphones.
In addition, Tencent itself has already addressed the issue of "injustice" as regards the use of its official emulator. According to an infographic published by the studio, smartphone players will not be paired with emulator players.
This will only happen if you are playing with a friend on your smartphone. In these scenarios, you will be paired with teams that also have players from both platforms.
This seems to be a perfect approach, at least in theory. In the various modes Multiplayer seems to be applying perfectly, already in Battle Royale mode, I have my doubts.
The times I played 'survival' mode, it was just too easy, implying that I was being paired with players using the smartphone.
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