Call Of Duty: Mobile Now Rolling Out, Check Out The System Requirements Your Smartphones Need To Meet

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Published:


  • Check out what system requirements you nee dto meet to run Call of Duty Mobile
  • Call of DUty Mobile is now on an offiical rollout beta, albeit in a beta

Call of Duty: Mobile (aka Call of Duty Mobile) that should be rolling out to a small community of gamers having pre-registered to check out its beta variant, definitely qualifies as an important game in 2019. If you have pre-registered to test the beta iteration of Call of Duty Mobile, then it does no harm to see what system requirements are required to be met to run the game within your smartphones.  

Check out the system requirements, for running and playing Call of Duty Mobile within your smartphones: 

  • RAM – 3 GB of RAM 
  • Operating system – At least Android 5.0; or more; or a minimum of Apple iOS 10.1 
  • Graphics – A minimum Adreno 506 GPU  
  • Display – It would be desirable to have a smartphone offering at least a 5.5-inch full HD display. Bigger the screen, the better.  
  • Processor – Desirable to have an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 SoC 
  • Storage – Ensure to have at least 2GB of storage free for Call of Duty Mobile to reside comfortably within your Android/iOS smartphones. The game's size could be in excess of 1 GB.  

Is Call of Duty Mobile available for testing within your smartphones? 

If you are a beta tester of the pre-release version of Call of Duty Mobile, then it do check if you have received official download links that would unlock the game within your handsets. Here, remember that official download links would not be available to all those having pre-registered for the beta; the ones which Activision qualifies as “eligible” would only be seeded the beta unlock mechanism.  

Call of Duty Mobile introduces the core Call of Duty elements on your smartphones. The game features as many as five multiplayer modes and an identical number of multiplayer maps. Even the iconic Alex Mason would hit your phones irrespective of geographical regions. After India, Call of Duty: Mobile would then seed to Australia as a pre-release beta. 

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