Upon initial final release, it appears that Call of Duty: Mobile controller support has been removed from the highly anticipated mobile version of Activision’s massive FPS.
Controller support for Call of Duty: Mobile has been lost in the release of the highly anticipated title.
Support for PlayStation 4 controllers was available during the game’s extensive BETA period but is not present in the final product.
The game’s publisher, Activision, Tweeted the following statement:
“Unfortunately, this is no longer supported after the most recent update. I would be more than happy to help. Thank you.”
This news may be a deal-breaker for some people as playing FPS games on mobile devices can be tedious due to the complex control systems.
However, there are rumors that support for PS4 controllers in the game will return in a future update, there is just no official date as of yet.
That being said, support for PS4 controllers is available across many iOS and Android devices.
In order to connect your PS4 controller to your mobile device, follow these simple steps:
- Ensure the controller is off and not connected via a cable.
- Press and hold Share and PS simultaneously until the light bar flashes. This puts the controller into Bluetooth Pair Mode.
- On your iOS or Android device, switch on Bluetooth and then select the controller from the list of available devices.
If pairing is successful, the controller’s light bar will stop flashing and resume a solid color.
Note that not all versions of iOS and Android support Bluetooth controllers.
Call of Duty: Mobile is the highly anticipated mobile version of the hugely successful Call of Duty series from Activision.
The game is currently free-to-play and features the thrilling CoD action that you would expect.
In the vein of Black Ops 4, the new mobile game offers classic CoD action on the go such as Battle Royale and Multiplayer PvP across classic Call of Duty maps.
In addition, Iconic faces from previous CoD titles such as the Masons, Ghost and Thomas Merrick are all available as playable characters.
It has been reported that Call of Duty: Mobile has already had over 35 million downloads on iOS and Android, netting Activision over $2 million in the game’s first three days of release.
Call of Duty: Mobile is available now for qualifying versions of iOS and Android as long as your device can support it.
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