With PUBG Mobile's return being delayed indefinitely, for the time being, Call of Duty Mobile and Free Fire have risen up and claimed the majority of the Indian BR market. In this article, we would analyze both titles to see which one is more worthy of your attention.


1 - System Requirements

Free Fire needs 600 MB - 1 GB of storage space while Call of Duty Mobile needs at least 1 GB or more.


As for iOS devices, Call of Duty: Mobile will be compatible with iPhones and iPads running iOS 9.0 or higher. COD Mobile will however not work on these iOS devices: iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3 and iPod Touch. Free Fire can run on all devices with iOS 8.0+

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For Android devices, the minimum requirements for Call of Duty: Mobile is at least 2GB of RAM and Android 5.1 and above. Free Fire's system requirement is a tad lower - it only requires Android 4.0 and 1 GB of RAM.

Overall, Free Fire is still a better choice overall if your device is on the weaker side - it has next to no system requirements and can run on pretty much any system.

2 - Graphics

Call of Duty has an edge overall in this category - it is much more realistic than Free Fire's cartoony style. There are a lot more graphics settings to choose from in Call of Duty Mobile, with additional effects being able to turn on or off.

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Free Fire Vs Call Of Duty Graphics

However, this means Call of Duty Mobile is more demanding in general comparing to Free Fire. The differences are not that much at minimum settings, of course - you can probably play both games at about the same performance on the same device.

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3 - Game Modes

The two games literally head toward two different directions in this category. While Free Fire puts more focus on its three battle royale maps, Call of Duty Mobile is more about the traditional shooter modes like Deathmatch, Bomb Defusal, Domination (the equivalent of Free Fire's Rampage mode) and the like.

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Battle Royale mode in Call of Duty Mobile is just an afterthought - with only one map available. However, you can experience a much more exciting battle in Call of Duty Mobile, as it has 100 players map similar to PUBG Mobile... while Free Fire is more focused on the "casual" route, with only a max of 50 players.

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Both games have special gameplay mechanics: Free Fire's character system and Call of Duty Mobile's scorestreak system.

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