Here are the Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile System Requirements for Android & iOS devices.


Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile Minimum Requirements

Abhimannu Das
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Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile is set to launch later this month and if you are wondering if your phone can run the game, here's what you need to know.
Here are the full system requirements for Warzone Mobile both Android and iOS devices.

Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile is designed to be playable on a wider range of mobile devices and the official system requirements are pretty low. However, to ensure a smooth and enjoyable experience, you want to have a capable smartphone that meets the recommended specifications.

Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile Minimum Requirements (Official)

  • Android:

    • OS: Android 10 or later

    • RAM: 3 GB

    • GPU: Adreno 618 or better

  • iOS:

    • OS: iOS 15 or later

    • RAM: 3 GB (excluding iPhone 8)

    • Processor: A12 Bionic chip or better

Recommended Requirements (Expected)

  • Android:

    • OS: Android 12 or later

    • RAM: 6 GB

    • GPU: Adreno 660 or better

  • iOS:

    • OS: iOS 16 or later

    • RAM: 6 GB or better

    • Processor: A13 Bionic chip or better

These recommended specs are not officially confirmed by Activision, but they are based on what is typically needed for smooth performance in demanding mobile games.

It's important to note that these are just the baseline requirements. If you want to experience the game at its best with high frame rates and graphical fidelity, you'll likely need a device that exceeds these minimums.

The game will require a significant amount of free storage space, so be sure to check the exact amount required before downloading. A stable and fast internet connection is essential for online multiplayer gameplay.

If you are going to play the game on an older device and want to boost your framerates, here are some things that you can try.

In-Game Settings:

  • Graphics: This is the most impactful setting. Go to Settings > Audio & Graphics. Set Graphics to Low. You can also experiment with turning off individual graphics options like Anti-Aliasing and Bloom.

  • Frame Rate: Set Frame Rate to Max.

  • Field of View (FOV): Lowering the FOV can help improve performance. A value between 55-60 is a good starting point.

  • Shader Preload: Go to Audio & Graphics and scroll down. Tap the yellow Start Shader Preload button. This pre-loads game resources to potentially reduce lag.

Device Settings:

  • Close Background Apps: Ensure no other apps are running in the background while playing COD Mobile. This frees up system resources.

  • Game Booster (Android): Some phone manufacturers offer a "Game Booster" mode. This might optimize device settings for better performance.

  • System Animations (Android): Reducing system animation scales can make your phone feel faster and potentially improve frame rate. This option might be located under Developer Options (hidden on some phones). Be cautious when modifying developer settings, as you could unintentionally impact your phone.

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Abhimannu is a PC esports writer at AFK Gaming. With over seven years of experience in esports journalism, he has worked on a myriad of games and their ecosystems including Valorant, Overwatch and Apex Legends.

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