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Battle royale on Call of Duty Mobile vs PUBG Mobile: Activision’s Chris Plummer explains the difference

Activision’s VP Mobile Chris Plummer explains what makes Call of Duty Mobile’s battle royale different from PUBG Mobile’s.

Call of Duty Mobile vs PUBG Mobile (Call of Duty Mobile )

Activision propelled the hotly anticipated Call of Duty: Mobile on October 1 around the world. Since its dispatch, Call of Duty: Mobile has gone past 148 million downloads, breaking the primary month record of PUBG Mobile and Fortnite. While the great multiplayer is the principle feature of Call of Duty: Mobile, it additionally offers the more mainstream fight royale mode – marquee highlight of PUBG Mobile.

Activision's VP Mobile Chris Plummer says Call of Duty: Mobile's fight royale is altogether different from PUBG Mobile.

"Our Battle Royale mode is our remarkable interpretation of the class from inside the Call of Duty universe, explicitly constructed and customized for Call of Duty: Mobile. We accentuate vehicles, including an ATV, helicopter, SUV and strategic pontoon, taking into consideration quicker travel with your squad and empowers battle crosswise over land, ocean and air," he said in a meeting to Hindustan Times.

"Likewise, something else that separates us is players can pick an Operator class before entering the fight, where every Operator has a two significant rigging things one of a kind to that class. For instance, you may prepare a catching snare while a colleague prepares recuperation gear," he included.

Plummer likewise communicated bliss over the ubiquity of Call of Duty: Mobile in India.

"We saw a great deal of enthusiasm from gamers in India when we were trying the game right off the bat. This helped us guarantee the system quality would be solid in India and we needed to ensure the players in India remained drew in and energetic, yet we didn't have the foggiest idea how mainstream it would be until after we propelled all around. It satisfies us to see an enormous and flourishing network of Call of Duty Mobile players in India," he said.

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