Activision finally launched the Call of Duty: Mobile after announcing the game earlier in 2019. The mobile version of the popular FPS game features several maps and weapons from the Call of Duty franchise. And after the global launch, Call of Duty: Mobile has managed to gather 100 million downloads on both Android and iOS platforms.
The game has managed to get a lot of popularity since the launch. And currently, Call of Duty: Mobile has millions of active players from all over the globe.
Players are enjoying the game, and this can be observed on various social media and streaming platforms. But, some of the fans are reporting their bad experiences too. According to some players, hackers and cheaters have already landed in the matchmaking.
Hackers are using different cheats, which allow them to win the game without sweating a bit. Cheats like aimbot, permanent radar, and wallhacks have been reported. With the aimbot hack, aiming for the head is a piece of cake for cheaters. Whereas, with permanent radar, the location of players on the opposite team can be seen easily.
Activision has officially recognized this issue and has promised to fix the problem immediately. Let’s see how Activision will respond to it. We are expecting an update from Activision, which will prevent any player to use any kind of cheats in the game.