Call Of Duty Mobile Adds Controller Support

Controller support finally returns.

Posted By | On 26th, Nov. 2019

Call of Duty fans have it pretty good right now. Not only is the annual mainline game in the series out and now finding its legs in Modern Warfare, the mobile version of Call of Duty is ongoing as well. The game has already been a pretty major success and now it’ll have one extra thing fans have been wanting back for awhile.

When the game first launched, it did have controller support, but an early patch took it out. Well, Activision has been teasing its return for a good while and now it’s back. Both the iOS and Android versions of the game have their controller support back for those who want it. You will need to enable Bluetooth on your phone and controller support within the game, and you’ll be ready to go. Those who use controllers will only be matched up with other players using controllers.

Call of Duty Mobile is available now to all compatible mobile devices.


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