Since the “Caldera” update, Call of Duty PC players have been disappointed with the franchise. Both of its PC titles, Vanguard and Warzone have seen an increase in in-game issues, bugs, graphics glitches, etc which has lowered the playing experience of these games by several levels. Call of Duty, COD Mobile, Dr Disrespect COD Mobile, Call of Duty Warzone, Call of Duty Vanguard, COD Warzone vs Mobile
After facing such problems, major PC streamers like Nadeshot from 100 Thieves and Dr Disrespect have praised the Call of Duty Mobile game which has much more fluid gameplay and better-looking graphics than the current state of its PC counterparts.
Why does COD: Mobile look 10x better than Warzone & Vanguard? 😭
— NYSL Aydan (@aydan) December 21, 2021
Call of Duty Mobile gameplay clip garners praises from PC streamers
Bobby Plays, one of the most popular Call of Duty Mobile streamers recently posted a gameplay clip of a Japanese player playing the game where he dominated the entire scene. This clip went viral, especially among mainstream Warzone streamers who shared their thoughts on this clip.
If champs is ever played on tablet Japan winning the whole thing pic.twitter.com/uZwZpOeYhr
— NYSL Bobby (@RealBobbyPlays) December 27, 2021
Many top Warzone streamers like Aydan, Isaac, Dr Disprespect chimed in to praise the COD mobile game and it currently has an overall better gameplay experience and graphics than the PC counterparts. They want it to have a cross-platform support so that they can play it on their PCs.
I played in one COD: Mobile tourny and it was better than any Warzone tournament I've ever played in.
Join via lobby code/password, no lobby resets, public scoreboard, caster roles, custom rules, and more. Why we don't have it on Warzone? I'll never know.
— NRG Isaac (@IceManIsaac) December 21, 2021
The COD Mobile community was pleased with the positive recognition they received from their mainstream PC counterparts and they also joined the discussion regarding this subject. Many viewed this as a positive sign as it allows the development of a better gaming community. Still, it looks the developers of both Vanguard and Warzone need to address their in-game issues otherwise the players and streamers will continue to switch to other games.
Previously, Dr DisRespect was criticized because of his comments on mobile gaming, but now even he wishes to try out the Call of Duty Mobile. Just like every other PC player, he also wishes it had a PC version so that he could stream it. While the Warzone/Vanguard PC streamers are still not comfortable with switching to a mobile device game, their change in perception towards the mobile gaming community is commendable.