GameLoop has announced that PC gamers will be able to play for free Call of Duty: Mobile on their PC systems. CODM on GameLoop will allow players to breakthrough the limitation of phones with bigger screens.
It will also allow players to achieve wider field of view. Not only that, but it will support both keyboard and mouse as control inputs. As such, Call of Duty Mobile will be far more enjoyable on the PC than on mobile devices.
Basically, we’ re looking here at an Android emulator with support for K&M. This will be ideal for all those that have weaker PC systems and can’t run the latest COD game.
In case you weren’t aware of, Call of Duty: Mobile is a free-to-play first-person shooting game that will come out on October 1st. As its description reads:
“The game inherits the classic game modes, maps, weapons and characters from Call of Duty PC series in ultimate first-person action experience.
Playing CODM on GameLoop allows you to breakthrough the limitation of phones with bigger screen to achieve wider field of view, mouse and keyboard to ensure precise aiming and shooting. More importantly, exclusive key mapping and in-depth adaption will bring you the most immersive and wonderful experience of Call of Duty: Mobile.”
You can download the client for Gameloop from here.
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