Call of Duty: Mobile is a free-to-play game that brings together weapons, maps, and characters drawn from across all other Call of Duty series, on mobile, in the first-person action experience.
With this new game, players can play across multiple game modes as they engage in head to head battle through Call of Duty maps that are fan-favorites like Crash and Nuketown. All of these are optimized for the mobile experience.
The best part is that you get to play for free, with free updates available too.
For high-end phones, the game will be highly optimized for the gaming experience, but the company is working to make it also broadly accessibly on many other devices.
If you’re using a high-end phone and have tried the game, and get a network error, try the fixes that follow and see if you can get back to gaming again.
Check Network Connection
In order to play Call of Duty: Mobile, you require a network connection. If you cannot connect to a game, or it lags while you play, check your network connection.
It is highly recommended that you find a strong WiFi connection when playing the game. But if you have issues with the WiFi connection, restart the router if you can access it.
This refreshes your connection and can resolve any network connection issues. To do this, press and hold down the power button and tap Power off. You can also tap Restart. If you don’t have these two options, press and hold the power button down until the device powers on.
What to Do if The App Won’t Launch, Crashes or Freezes
If the issue is that the app froze, or crashed, or it just won’t launch, then try the steps below and try it again after each step to see if it fixes the problem.
- Restart the device
- Update the app by going to Play Store, tap the Settings menu and select My apps and games. Find Call of Duty: Mobile app and tap Update if available.
- Update your device from Settings>System Update (or Software update) and install any available updates
- Clear app cache: Settings>Apps (can also be App Manager, Manage Apps, Apps or Apps & Notifications) based on your device. Tap Call of Duty: Mobile>Storage>Clear Cache
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