Yeah. BRUMPOST is back again with another quick hack to get you through the caveat of playing the popular game, Call of Duty right on your PC.
What you first need is to download and install the Call of Duty: Mobile GameLoop emulator on your Windows PC and then you’re set to go.
This guide basically teaches you how to get the GameLoop emulator with which you can play the mobile game in your Windows PC environment.
The Call of Duty: Mobile is officially out now on both Android and iOS devices and the fact is that this awesome game might not get the hype which PUBG Mobile got by getting it’s own official PC version. Not everyone likes to play shooters with touch controls by the way.
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Assuming you’tr in the league of those that prefers to play games using keyboard and mouse, then this would be a great blend for you because Activision already did the emulator that makes this possible. Okay let’s cut the “Crap” and head to the Guide shall we.
The first thing you need to do is go download the GameLoop emulator as i brings the Mobile interface into your Windows PC. The software currently free and can be downloaded on your computer right away. The process is in fact simple and there is no huddle during the process of installing the software on your Windows PC.
Once you’ve installed the emulator, all you need to do is launch the app and switch over to its Game Center tab to download Call of Duty: Mobile.
As with PUBG Mobile, emulator users will only be matched up against each other and not mobile users, as that would put the latter at a disadvantage. Playing on the emulator won’t just afford you keyboard and mouse input but a larger display as well which is just nice right?
Bu the Activision’s official GameLoop emulator works seamlessly with the game in all ramifications and it has essential features that makes it seem as if you’re playing a real video game. Just know how to use the keyboards and mouse in time and you’re golden. Meanwhile the presets can be modified if needed, though GameLoop’s default controls should suit most players.
The emulator comes packed with all the usual bells and whistles as well, with in-app purchase support, video recording, screenshots, and an anti-cheat system in place as well. If you’re looking to enjoy the magic that is the Call of Duty’s foray into the mobile world, this may, ironically, be the best way to do it.