Activision has announced that Call of Duty: Mobile has reached a new milestone in downloads since its October 2019 launch.
The company announced that Call of Duty: Mobile has now surpassed over 500 million downloads, continuing its incredible growth since the October 2019 launch.
The game was one of the fastest growing mobile titles in gaming history, reaching 30 million downloads in a week.
Activision’s President Rob Kostich also confirmed that the game has generated over $1 billion in revenue since its launch.
Call of Duty: Mobile recently expanded to China, with Activision saying that this has brought in millions of new players to Call of Duty in that region.
The company also announced that Call of Duty: Mobile’s newest seasons have reached new records in sales and player engagements. The recent April season was the most successful season yet.
NICKMERCS explains why Warzone Mobile could make the game easier
Top streamer NICKMERCS has explained how the rumored Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile could make regular matches much easier.
With it being heavily rumored that Call of Duty: Warzone will be coming to mobile, streamer Nick “NICKMERCS” Kolcheff believes it could make the main game easier.
Over the last couple of weeks, there has been some quite substantial evidence that Activision is developing Call of Duty: Warzone for mobile. Back in March, a CoD Mobile survey asked players if they’d like to see Verdansk come to CoD Mobile, and then a LinkedIn post seemingly confirmed that Warzone for mobile is in development.
Top Warzone streamer NICKMERCS has explained how adding mobile players to PC and console lobbies could make the game much easier.
“If it’s anything like Fortnite, I think we know how the start of this is going to be in Warzone,” NICKMERCS explained. “When Fortnite rolled out mobile players, I mean, sheesh. And granted, some of these guys can actually play now, I’m just saying that when it rolled out, I’m talking worse than TimTheTatMan blindfolded – I’m serious!”
Not only do console and PC players have a hardware advantage over mobile, but a controller, and especially mouse and keyboard, offer much finer movement and aim control. It would be rare to find many mobile players bunny hopping or slide canceling around Verdansk ’84, so mobile players would likely be at a major disadvantage.
“But as of lately,” Nick continued. “Warzone’s kind of felt like a game where every lobby’s got two Call of Duty pros, 20 SnD guys, a bunch of stream snipers, TTVs, FB.GGs… the damn pro league! I think we could use a little break. Rather than using routers or the old [CronusMAX], I think mobile could be a good way for a fresh start, in all honesty.”
As NICKMERCS explained, it all depends on whether mobile Warzone players will be in the same lobby as console and PC players. Nick says, “probably not” but it’s possible that Activision will create a custom matchmaking where mobile players can join console and PC players if they queue in a mixed-platform party.
Nick said he thinks mixing mobile players with console and PC is a “really good idea” but admits, offering “no disrespect,” it’s largely because it’ll make his game a little bit easier.
There is still no official confirmation for Warzone coming to mobile, but stay tuned to Charlie INTEL for all future updates.
Image Credit: NICKMERCS / Activision
How to unlock Diamond & Damascus camos in CoD: Mobile
Find out how you can unlock and apply Diamond camos and Damascus camos to your guns in CoD: Mobile Season 3.
Diamond and Damascus are two of the most desirable camos in CoD: Mobile, and here’s how you can get your hands on them in Season 3’s Tokyo Escape.
Proudly displaying a stunning camo is representative of all the hard work you’ve had to put in to be able to show off such a fine piece of art. Even if you have a bad game of CoD: Mobile, at least you’ve been able to die with style!
This is why it’s important that you’re armed with the knowledge to unlock both Diamond and Damascus camos for your weapons in Call of Duty’s handheld version. These Mastery camos are not straightforward, will require some work, but will reward your efforts.
How to get Diamond Mastery camo in CoD: Mobile
Dispensing with the usual nature of progressive camos and accumulating them all to unlock the overall granddaddy camo – Diamond – there are actually separate challenges for you to complete to unlock it.
This is what you’ll need to do to acquire Diamond camo for CoD: Mobile:
- Assault Rifles: 10 kills per match for 150 matches (Must do this for ALL Assault Rifles)
- SMGs: 10 kills per match for 120 matches (Must do this for ALL SMGs)
- Sniper Rifles: 10 kills per match for 120 matches (Must do this for ALL Sniper Rifles)
- LMGs: 10 kills per match for 120 matches (Must do this for ALL LMGs)
- Shotguns: 10 kills per match for 120 matches (Must do this for ALL Shotguns)
- Pistols: 10 kills per match for 80 matches (Must do this for ALL Pistols)
- Melee: 500 total kills with each melee weapon
- Launchers: 100 UAV takedowns with each launcher
As you can see, it’s quite a hefty amount of kills and hours that you’ll need to sink into CoD: Mobile, but if you manage to do so, then you’ll be handsomely rewarded with Diamond camo that you can slap on something like the Renetti or PP19 Bizon.
How to get Damascus Mastery camo in CoD: Mobile
Whereas Damascus is more attuned to the camo unlock requirements of previous Call of Duty games in which you need to acquire the Platinum camo for every weapon to get your hands on the ultimate camo – Damascus.
Getting Platinum means getting Gold camo for every weapon, and to get Gold camo, you’ll need to get every other camo available.
You need Platinum camos for all of the folllowing:
- Assault Rifles
- Submachine Guns
- Sniper Rifles
- Light Machine Guns
- Melee weapons
Once more, this will be very grindy and take you a while to complete. Attaining Platinum camo for one set of guns can be strenuous enough, and usually determines whether you’ll end up doing them all.
But just remember why you’re doing it, that shiny, pretty Damascus camo to have fun with in CoD: Mobile Season 4.
Image Credit: Activision
Warzone’s Rambo & Die Hard Operators confirmed for CoD: Mobile
Rambo and John McClane are set to arrive in Warzone and Cold War, but CoD: Mobile will also be receiving the Operators in a joint event.
Rambo and John McClane Operators have been teased for Call of Duty: Warzone and Cold War, but they are also set to arrive in CoD Mobile as part of a joint midseason event.
Cold War and Warzone players’ interests were first piqued when the Season 3 roadmap confirmed a “Midseason Event” with “New limited-time modes, rewards, and more.” Activision has played their cards close to their chest with this event, but teasers from the official Call of Duty Twitter account have given us a taste of what to expect.
Warzone, Cold War, and CoD: Mobile are set for a 1980s action movie crossover event on May 20, featuring Rambo, John McClane, and others.
CoD’s Twitter account tweeted a Warzone Report for a mysterious player, SurvivorJohn, whose stats were strikingly similar to 1980s action hero John Rambo, and then they teased a “Nakatomi Duct Cleaning” company – a location straight from the first Die Hard film.
Players theorized that Rambo and John McClane would be coming to Warzone as Operators, and these theories were all but confirmed when Activision released a teaser trailer, revealing that “The action begins May 20.”
With Call of Duty: Mobile Season 4 set to arrive on May 27, it appears that the game is set to receive an early content drop, with the 1980s crossover event also happening in the mobile version. CoD: Mobile’s Twitter account shared the teaser trailer which featured the logo for all three games.
How a joint event across all three games will work remains to be seen, but similar to the Haunting of Verdansk and the Hunt for Adler event, there will likely be challenges to complete across all three games with cosmetic rewards to earn.
It’s most likely that the movie heroes will arrive in the Warzone and Cold War store during Season 3 Reloaded, with separate bundles featuring the Operators also coming to the Mobile store.
Image Credit: Activision / 20th Century Fox
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