Call of Duty: Mobile is already among usSince the game’s launch on October 1, it has become one of the most successful mobile titles of the year, reaching 20 million downloads in just three days.
Many of you are probably already enjoying the new for mobile created by Activision. However, it is likely that some have encountered some performance issues when running the game on your devices.
After all, like any other game of this caliber, Call of Duty: Mobile requires certain resources that allow it to be moved easily, so that will not work the same on all devices?. And although there is no list of compatible devices as there is with Fortnite, the game developers have shared the minimum requirements to be able to play Call of Duty: Mobile without problems.
What do you need to play Call of Duty Mobile on your Android?
As specified in the Call of Duty: Mobile support page, to be able to run the game on Android you need a device with at least 2 GB of RAM, and that also has a version of the system equal to or greater than Android 5.1 Lollipop.
However, even meeting these requirements, problems may appear when playing. One way to solve them would be make sure you have the latest version of the game installed through Google Play, as Activision releases updates on a frequent basis to make improvements and optimize operation.
In case installing the latest version is not enough, it may be a good idea take a look at the game’s graphics settings. Although Call of Duty automatically selects it most recommended settings depending on the hardware of our terminal, there may still be the possibility of further reduce the quality of graphics to improve performance.
To do it, you just have to tap the gear icon at the top on the home screen of the app, and go to the section Sound and graphics. There we will find different options from which to modify the different aspects related to the graphic section. In case the game gets to the point of being due to the limited power of the device, it is recommended select the option “Low” in the sections of Graphic quality and Frames per second, and deactivate the rest of the options offered.
And if none of the above works, maybe the time has come to change your mobile to a model that does. meet the requirements. Or if not, you are probably interested in knowing that you can play Call of Duty: Mobile officially on your computer by following the steps in our guide.