Call of Duty: Mobile was one of the biggest launches of last year in the mobile gaming scene. Since its launch, the game has been growing tremendously due to its unique features and standout elements, making it one of the fastest mobile titles to reach 100 million downloads, in 2019. The game has a variety of content like maps, modes which are either borrowed or inspired by other games in the Call of Duty franchise. With Season 9 and the ban of PUBG Mobile in India, there has been a spike in the player count of the game as well. As the game continues to grow, many players have been wondering how to play Call of Duty: Mobile on PC.
For playing Call of Duty Mobile on PC, players will need to use emulators. An emulator simulates Android devices on your computer, letting you download apps you find on the Google Play Store, including Call of Duty: Mobile on PC. The emulator gives you almost all of the features of a real Android device. You can simulate incoming phone calls and text messages, specify the location of the device, simulate different network speeds, simulate rotation and other hardware sensors, access the Google Play Store, and more. Emulators can help you Call of Duty: Mobile on PC.
One such emulator is the Tencent Gaming Buddy which is now called Gameloop.
Gameloop (previously known as Tencent Gaming Buddy) is a gaming emulator developed by Tencent. The emulator, according to their official website, requires only 2 GB of RAM to run, making it ideal for low-end systems. Here’s how you can use Gameloop to download Call of Duty: Mobile on PC:
The interface for the updated Gameloop downloads in Chinese despite selecting the English option on the website. We recommend staying away from the Softonic website while downloading Call of Duty: Mobile on PC. The website appears in the top search results on Google but Softonic is notorious for installing malware into your system. There are other emulator options like BlueStacks, MEmu, Prime OS and NoxPlayer for downloading Call of Duty: Mobile on PC.
However, many of these run into errors or crash upon launch. Some other android emulators can be potentially harmful to your computer installing malware, spyware and viruses. Many aren’t from verified publishers so make sure you have a good antivirus installed and active on your computer before you try to download Call of Duty: Mobile on PC.