1. PUBG Mobile
PUBG Mobile has been very popular since its launch and, unlike the PC and consoles, rabies has not faded yet. It's the perfect alternative to Call of Duty on mobile, but it does not have a scenario to play. You can create it in your mind if you are interested. But the basic premise is that 100 players are dropped on an island filled with guns and other ammunition. Your goal is to gather these and kill everyone, or at least kill the last man standing other than you. PUBG Mobile is free with in-game purchases.
This format has already proved to be the best revenue model for smartphone games with several popular titles such as Clash of Clans. Fortnite, PUBG's biggest rival on PC, has also managed to dethrone PUBG as a "PC battle game" in part thanks to the free game model. The more you play at PUBG, the more rewards you get to unlock more items. These are only meant for visual aesthetics and do not help you in any way in the game. If you wish, you can also buy a ton of these items with real money. Do not forget to check out these tips and tricks from PUBG Mobile.
Fortnite on mobile is still known as Fotnite, not Fortnite Mobile. The reason is that it is a full port of the PC version and everything from the elements of the game to physics and rules, remains the same, as well as aesthetics. If you played Fortnite on your PC or on a console, you'd be hard-pressed to find the slightest difference between this and the mobile version. Fortnite takes the second place here because, despite the success of the port of the PC game, it is not as popular on mobile as PUBG. A good reason for this could be the discovery factor. Fortnite is not available on the Play Store, many Android users who do not read technical blogs will never know.
Another reason is that, unlike PUBG Mobile, which was so popular, they had to officially wear this game on PC, Fortnite is not very powerful on Android. Most phones may have trouble operating despite equipment that can pack. The game is simply not optimized for so many devices. If you have an Android flagship product, especially Samsung, you should not have a lot of problems with the game.
3. Modern Combat 5
Modern Combat is one of the popular alternatives of Call Of Duty on Android, available for some time now. This is the fifth installment of the series, as its name indicates. Modern Combat 5: Blackout is definitely one of those games that elevates the standard for all others. The story is not as compelling, but the visuals, graphics, and the way certain levels are defined are sure to take you on an adventure full of activities. If you manage to play on a larger screen, the game looks nothing like a full-fledged console or a PC AAA title. This is probably the closest alternative to a Call of Duty alternative on your phone.
The game features a fast campaign mode to save your world from destruction. Players can also quickly switch to multiplayer mode where you will have to compete against other players around the world. The multiplayer mode is where the game most resembles Call of Duty.
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4. Frontline Commando: D-Day
Frontline Commando: D-Day is one of the best Call of Duty alternatives on Android. It's not quite the same in terms of openness but it's a war game, it has guns and it's very funny. The sequel to Frontline Commando, this war game takes place in the context of the Second World War. The astonishing console-level graphics of yesteryear and smooth touch controls make it a third-person shooter in war-themed warfare. The game features real weapons and even places like the beaches of Utah and Omaha are modeled exactly like the real places.
There are more than 100 levels and it is not easy. All these factors together make the game captivating and the right amount of play difficult. It's a highly recommended game, even if you like third-person shooter games, not just hot games.
5. Knives Out – No rules, just fight!
Knives Out is another Battle Royale game that can be a great alternative to Call of Duty on mobile. It's been longer than PUBG, but the reason you may have never heard of it, is that the initial experience was rather slow. With more than a few years of development and existence, the game has evolved a lot since then.
The general theme is the same as that of any Battle Royale, but the mechanics of the game and the cards are unique. And no need to worry, the game involves shootings despite the title. The game takes place in the city of Tokyo, unlike the abandoned islands of PUBG or Fortnite. He also has a nice Japanese theme through and through.
6. Brothers of arms 3
The original brother in the arms was part of the best games Gameloft. The third iteration, as you can imagine, is an action-packed war game, but it is primarily portrayed as an arcade shooter. The mobile version can not really be compared to the PC version. But it's a nice first-person shooter for Android. There is not much history in this film, but if you like brainless shooting, the third game of the sequel remains correct.
More importantly, it's an action-packed shooter that reaches exactly 62 MB in the latest version. The missions are linear, but they have a certain variety so that the players do not get bored. Therefore, it is suitable for most Android smartphones, not just flagship products.
7. Garena Free Fire
Garena Free Fire is another PUBG like Battle Royale or a survival shooter with some modifications. These changes being that it proposes matches of more than 10 minutes with about 50 players instead of the complete matches of 30 minutes with 100 players. Less time means everyone rushes to fight and less time to wander aimlessly. As a result, the game is more exciting and action packed.
The short 10 minute game also means it's great for playing during a lunch break or any other break you might have. Like any other game of this type, you have the choice between several guns and different ways to become the last man standing. The game is also a visual show featuring some of the best graphics of all the royal battle games. It is constantly updated with new maps, textures, firearms and objects.
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8. Critical Operations: Multiplayer FPS
Critical Ops is more of a Counter-Strike clone than the Call of Duty. But given the fact that Counter-Strike and Call of Duty share some similarities, Critical Ops and Call of Duty do the same. This mobile game is based on the basics of first-person shooter games. It offers three game modes: Defuse, Team Deathmatch and Pistol Game. Defusing works a lot like Counter-Strike. There are two teams, one of which aims to detonate the bomb and the other to prevent it, that is, to defuse the bomb.
The Deathmatch team is more like the new Royal Battle, except that it is less the last man standing than the last standing team. There are still two teams that face each other until one of them completely removes the other. Gun game also features two teams that face each other, with the exception of the players from the two teams who each work in their own way. To top it off, there are fast games, classified games, custom games. You can play as you want.
9. Fury Sniper
Sniper Fury is an alternative to Gameloft's Call of Duty first-person shooter. The game includes more than 130 missions in exotic locations. You will fight against soldiers, armored vehicles, air units and many other enemy classes as you feel bullet time and watch your sniper fire in the head. There are some atmospheric effects in the game to make it more difficult, such as sandstorms, blizzards, rainstorms, etc.
Players will use rifles, assault rifles, rail guns and top secret weapons to advance the game. You can also collect components to enhance and customize your weapons. There is also an exciting PvP mode in which you will demolish the defenses of other players and form a strong team to protect your loot.
10. Guns of Boom
In terms of aesthetics, Guns of Boom will look a lot like Fortnite's baby, but it's not a royal battle game, unlike many others on this list. It is a competitive PvP FPS game in which you have to shoot down the other player. Even if there are not a hundred players, the game is fast, which is more exciting than that of PUBG.
The controls are intuitive, easy to learn and difficult to master. The game's graphics may not be very realistic, but they are of high quality while maintaining support for older, less powerful devices. There is also a team PvP mode that allows you to have fun a little at a time and crush your opponents with your friends.
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