Free Fire and Call of Duty Mobile are two of the hottest battle royale games in the world today with a huge number of players. Although Call of Duty Mobile is not strictly about survival, however, the battle royale mode of this game is really worth attention.
In general, Free Fire and Call of Duty Mobile have some similarities, but the difference is what needs to be compared between these two games, such as characters, media and game modes. And also see if this game will win.
Free Fire is a smaller mobile game and is easily compatible with many phones today. This game can be run on devices requiring only 1Gb or more of RAM. The total size after installation is about 600MB, much lighter than Call of Duty Mobile. Therefore, the device responds well to Call of Duty Mobile which needs a RAM capacity of 2Gb or more.
However, this is easily explained because Call of Duty Mobile has more features than Free Fire. A match in Free Fire is shorter with only 50 players. Meanwhile, 100 players will participate in a match in Call of Duty Mobile.
Clearly, Call of Duty Mobile has more realistic graphics and sound. If you’ve played Free Fire, you’ll find that the graphics in Free Fire are relatively simple, especially the sound system is not as realistic as what is reproduced in Call of Duty Mobile.
The costume system in Call of Duty Mobile is also built close to real life. On the contrary, costumes in Free Fire are more unique, sometimes there are “accessories” like pets in the game, for example. Finally, the way the characters in Call of Duty Mobile move smoother, more real