Call Of Duty And PUBG: The Debate On Mobile Versions

Call Of Duty And PUBG: The Debate On Mobile Versions

The mobile version of call of duty is now being leveled to the mobile edition of PUBG for analysis. The call of duty has risen in the number of downloads made by the players but there is speculation that the hard moments are yet to arrive. It is reported that COD for mobile has had a big boom of a launch for any game up to date on the iOS or the android. The feat of 100 million downloads has taken the gaming world by storm and has left the other game launches in the dust.

Another rival that has come close if the 90 million times downloaded game in the first week named Mario Kart tour. It is noteworthy that the games such as PUBG and fortnite mobile have failed to reach such figures in the same time lapse. Call of duty is no doubt a big name in the gaming scene and PUBG, as well as fortnite, have made fast breakthroughs for themselves in the gaming realm.  

Great Success So Far

PUBG has been prolific over the years and has garnered the attention of the players and shows intense sign of doing that in the future. The gamers are most widely spread across the gaming console platform whereas the call of duty mobile has done pretty good in terms of reaching the wider audiences in a short amount of time. It is reported that many of the players have downloaded the fantastic game to see how it operates on the mobile platform.

Many have given reviews on the app site and some of them have ideas about improvement for the game. The suggestions will surely help the company to make adjustments in future releases. The mobile content promises to provide a wide variety for the fans and players the maps and modes are available for the users to test them on their devices. The success of the game on mobile is yet to be decided as this is just the opening of it.

Kaylee Smith is a self-professed security expert; she has been making the people aware of the security threats. Her passion is to write about Cyber security, malware, social engineering, Games,internet and new media. She writes for Ms-Office products at office.com/setup or office.com/myaccount.

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