Playing first-person shooter games such as Call of Duty is undeniably best with desktop or laptop due to the unparalleled experience that comes with using a pair of mouse and keyboard.
The notion is unbeatable, in fact, that even certain consoles are getting accessories to pair with the hardware that mimics the level of freedom with the perfect combination.
While the same can be said with mobile—that is, with the right set of equipment and software—in that it could have both mouse and keyboard support, the idea of playing a mobile game on desktop or laptop makes more sense due to their nativity in the computer platform.
We have seen that feat made possible with emulators that brought the Android operating system as a subsystem to a computer, rendering it usable with a pair of a mouse and keyboard as input devices.
With the goal of letting PC players enjoy Call of Duty: Mobile at the comfort of their desktop or laptop, Tencent has invested in an emulator that brings seamless experience of the game to a different, non-mobile platform—the computer.
How to download and play Call of Duty Mobile on Mac, PC, and Laptops
Step 1: Go to the Tencent Gameloop website (https://gameloop.mobi) and download the application from there. Whether you are on Windows or Mac, the app is needed.
Step 2: Install the application by going through its intuitive procedure.
Step 3: Once successfully installed, run the Gameloop app.
Step 4: Navigate your way to the Game Center tab.
Step 5: From the list of available games, choose Call of Duty: Mobile and initiate download.
Step 6: Once download is complete, choose to run the game.
Now, you can play Call of Duty mobile game on your computer.
As a caveat, though, not everyone who chooses this route will get a similar experience. As the idea of emulation can be hardware-intensive, the quality of the game’s performance on your computer would vary significantly based on your computer’s specifications.
This means that those who own at least a decent gaming rig will be the ones to enjoy a smooth experience with the emulation. Whereas those who use “potato” computers would experience either something sub-par or nothing at all.