Call of Duty Mobile has quickly become one of the most appreciated games on iOS and Android, and I’ve even seen people not into mobile gaming approach it and get very enthusiastic about the quality of the outcome.
It’s not a mystery that with games this fast and that require a good amount of precision, you might be wondering what would happen if controller support could get implemented sooner or later. If you’ve thought soon, know you’re not alone.
Activision has indeed issued a statement where it claims that controller support is being looked into, as “we hear you loud and clear that you want to know about controller support,” as shared by VGC.
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The firm has added that “we are currently testing controller support and looking at the possibility of offering this feature sometime in the future, but we’d have to make sure it is properly implemented and balanced. Just hang tight.”
As you might recall, controller support was implemented in the Call of Duty Mobile client before its full release, and then scrapped for some reason. From what we learn, Activision might be working on separate playlists for those playing with and without a controller, to keep the balance right.
The game has already been downloaded 100 million times, and it’s yet to release in China.