In a Reddit update, Activision said the Call of Duty: Mobile community has “continuously” asked for information about two features since the game launched on October 1: controller support and login options.
“We’d just like to reiterate that both are still being worked on,” it said. “We hear you and we also care a great deal about both topics, which is why we are taking the time to make sure they are both fully fleshed out, balanced, and ready to go before announcing anything.”
Prior to the title’s official launch, Call of Duty Mobile controller support was included in the game’s settings, but was later removed via an update. Activision’s VP of mobile, Chris Plummer, later said Call of Duty Mobile controller support could return in separate game lobbies.
Elsewhere in its latest community update, Activision lists new events and challenges, including an Airborne Class event. It’s set to introduce a new Airborne Chip (pictured above) today, giving players a fresh way to traverse the battle royale map and surprise opponents.
It also explains the use of bots in Call of Duty: Mobile and touches on another hot topic, cheater reports. It calls on players who encounter cheats or exploits to report them using screenshots/video if possible, as well as usernames and IDs, plus the date and time of reported matches.
The items in the in-game credits store have been refreshed too. Activision says it intends to do this “frequently in order to always provide options to purchase a variety of different weapons or items with in-game currency”.
Other topics addressed include purchasing issues, Facebook linking problems, and an issue where users are continuously receiving temporary bans.