It may be quite difficulth to port existing game titles from console to Android, but fortunately some have been able to create a mobile version of a game franchise that sticks true to the game’s spirit but also add some mobile-only features. One such game is Call of Duty: Strike Team, which is now expanding to just a few more Android devices.

Call of Duty: Strike Team bears the hallmarks of the popular franchise’s action-packed gameplay. However, it doesn’t stop at simply bringing a first person shooter to Android. Activision has added a unique tactical mode that pulls the player into a third person point of view. Players are able to switch between these two modes to decide which type of gameplay is best for a given scenario. The launch video below shows the game’s graphics and features in all its glory.

Unfortunately, Call of Duty: Strike Team launched with limited compatibility with Android devices. Perhaps the developers can be forgiven just a bit considering the game’s graphics needed to be tweaked and tested to ensure such high quality. Fortunately, the number of devices has just been expanded to accommodate just a wee bit more. Owners of Google Nexus 5 and Nexus 10, Samsung Galaxy Note and Note II, as well as Sony Xperia S and Z will now be able to install the game on their smartphones and tablets.

As a bonus, Activision has put Call of Duty: Strike Team on sale for the holidays, reducing the price tag to $2.99. If you’re still on the edge about this game, you have a lot of time to think about it before it goes back its regular $6.99 price after February 1 next year.

Download: Call of Duty: Strike Team on Google Play Store
VIA: AndroidHeadlines

  • VytautasK

    Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 still not compatible 🙁

  • LoveACbutYouGuysNeedAnEditor

    difficulth = difficult

  • M Shaw

    LG E980 in performance wise, it is just as same as Samsung GS4. But never had it been made to be compatible with this game. Activision mobile team is laziest ever.