Call of Duty: Mobile now has Controller support for Android and iOS devices

by Valda Fox

American video game publisher Activision has shared some exciting news. The free-to-play mobile game Call of Duty: Mobile will now have controller support. Call of Duty: Mobile is only available for Android and iOS devices and it was released back in October.

When the game was first released players played the game using the controls on the touch screen. But now fans will be able to play Call of Duty: Mobile using Xbox One, DualShock 4, PlayStation 4 controllers through Bluetooth. One exception is the first-generation PlayStation 4 controllers which are not supported. In the future updates on the game we can expect additional controller support.

Though remember that the only purpose of the controllers in this game is to use them in multiplayer matches or the Zombie mode. If you want to select options in the lobby or in-game menus you will still need to use the device touch screen. Also, remember to connect the controller before you enter a match. When you enter the match with a controller connected you will be automatically matched up with another player who is also using a controller.

Here is Activision guide on how to connect the controller to play Call of Duty: Mobile.

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