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    Cross-platform features are becoming the norm rather than something extra. So if you were wanting to try Call of Duty: Mobile, but you can’t stand gaming without a mouse and a keyboard, say no more. GameLoop, one of the top-shelf Android emulators, will enable you to officially play the game with your PC, and entirely for free. As you can see in the official website, GameLoop offers official support for the first-person shooter as it breaks new ground in the mobile platform.

    Call of Duty: Mobile is the newest iteration of the quintessential military first-person shooter. It’s developed by Tencent in partnership with Activision. It takes the classic game modes, maps, weapons and characters from the Call of Duty franchise and gives them a mobile twist.

    The GameLoop Android emulator will allow you to overcome the input and output limitations of the mobile platform. You’ll be able to play on a bigger screen, achieving wider field of view, as well on mouse and keyboard to get that input accuracy and precision that only the PC platform can offer. GameLoop also enables exclusive key mapping and in-depth adaption. This is the most immersive experience of Call of Duty: Mobile. You might not even realize you’re playing a mobile game on PC.

    Call of Duty: Mobile vs PC

    We have to wonder what players who will play it on their smartphones have to say about this. It might not be fair to pit actual mobile players against the emulator players. Then again, there are peripherals for mobile gaming that can offer a similar degree of precision as a mouse and a keyboard.

    Call of Duty: Mobile will release tomorrow, Oct 1, on the App Store and Google Play. To play it on PC, you’ll have to install GameLoop. In the meantime, you might want to check out the new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare campaign trailer that came out last week if you haven’t already.

    Richard Costa
    Hack for hire, indentured egghead, maverick thoughtcriminal. Mainly interested in Western RPGs, first-person immersion, turn-based tactics, point-and-clickers, and card jousting. I backed the System Shock remake and Underworld Ascendant on Kickstarter, and I really regret the latter but hope the former will turn out okay.

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