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    CoD Mobile on PC: Leaks Reveal New Gaming Frontier

      TL;DR: Call of Duty Mobile, a highly successful venture by Activision, is rumored to be making its debut on PC. This transition to PC, currently under testing in China, responds to players' desire for a more console-like experience on their computers. Leaked specifications suggest that the PC version will have accessible minimum requirements, allowing a broader range of players to enjoy the game. Significant graphic improvements are expected, with potential features like 120 FPS and enhanced Anti-Aliasing and Lighting. Additionally, there's speculation about seamless account connectivity between the mobile and PC versions and the possibility of cross-platform play between mobile and PC users, though with separate lobbies. These developments, still based on leaks, point to a promising expansion of CoD Mobile into the PC gaming arena.

    Transition to PC: A New Platform for CoD Mobile

    Call of Duty Mobile, Activision's highly successful mobile version, is rumored to be making its way to PC, marking a significant expansion for the free-to-play game. Leaks and speculation suggest that the PC version of CoD Mobile is currently in testing phases in China. This move is in response to player requests for an official PC version that offers a console-like gaming experience. Unlike the emulator versions used currently, the official PC release aims to provide a full-fledged gaming experience, catering to the desires of high-end device users.

    Leaked Specifications for the PC Version

    The specifics regarding the PC requirements for CoD Mobile have been leaked by 'Leakers On Duty'. According to these leaks, the minimum requirements for running the game on PC would include an Intel Core i5 4590 CPU, 8GB of memory, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti, and Windows 7. These specifications suggest that the game will be accessible to a broad range of PC users, without necessitating major hardware upgrades. The PC version is reportedly optimized to require less setup compared to the existing CoD Mobile emulator versions.

    Enhanced Graphics and Connectivity Features

    The transition of CoD Mobile to PC is expected to bring notable improvements in graphics. Leaked information indicates that the PC version will closely match the highest graphical quality available on the mobile version, potentially featuring 120 FPS, along with improved Anti-Aliasing and Lighting for compatible devices. Additionally, there's speculation about account connectivity, suggesting that players will be able to use their existing CoD Mobile accounts on the PC version. This implies a seamless integration between the mobile and PC versions, allowing players to switch platforms without losing progress.

    As for cross-platform play, leaks hint at the possibility of mobile players being able to join PC friends in games. However, this would result in them being matched against other PC players, indicating separate lobbies for PC users, distinct from mobile lobbies.

    While all this information about CoD Mobile's PC version is based on leaks and is subject to change, it presents an exciting outlook for the future of the game. Players and fans of the franchise should, however, take these details with caution until official announcements are made.

    Image Credit: Activision

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