Call of Duty Mobile controller support could be on the way soon, with the game’s development team telling players to “hang tight” and that it is testing the feature.
Since Call of Duty Mobile‘s release on October 1, the game has smashed records on the way to moving past the 100 million downloads mark. Its success could be due in part to its collection of classic Black Ops and Modern Warfare maps, along with its 100-player Battle Royale mode.
While the game’s popularity is certainly not in doubt, there has been plenty of feedback from the community, particularly around the game’s controls.
The game’s pre-release beta in select regions to go to great lengths to iron out any finicky control schemes, but given Call of Duty Mobile is essentially Call of Duty console for a smartphone, the development team has done a bang-up job in maintaining the smooth and super-accessible gameplay of Call of Duty.
Nonetheless, much chatter is centred around the game’s controller support, or lack thereof, and there’s no doubting that Call of Duty Mobile would benefit from some sort of peripheral support down the track.
Of course, such implementation would come after plenty of testing and balancing, but the good news is that Call of Duty Mobile controller support appears to be high on the agenda.
“We hear you loud and clear that you want to know about controller support,” the developer said in the latest update.
“We are currently testing controller support and looking at the possibility of offering this feature sometime in the future, but we’d have to make sure it is properly implemented and balanced. Just hang tight.”
That’s exciting news for the many millions of Call of Duty players out there.
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