Call of Duty: Mobile Not Starting For Some Players [Update]

Players are stuck on the loading screen with an update failing to download.

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Update: Activision says the issues have been resolved, so you should be able to jump in on iOS and Android now if you were having issues before. The most recent issue as of Thursday morning (US time) seems to be Call of Duty: Mobile controller support, which has been removed after an update.

The freshly launched Call of Duty: Mobile is not starting for several players, with many finding themselves stuck on the loading screen and receiving an "update download failed" error message, which you can see below.

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Activision addressed the issue earlier this morning on Twitter and just recently posted an update, indicating high levels of traffic as it continues to investigate the problem:

Call of Duty: Mobile launched earlier today on iOS and Android. The free-to-play shooter from Tencent Games and Timi Studios features several classic game modes from the popular franchise as well as a Battle Royale mode.

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