Call Of Duty Players Are Calling New Mobile Shooter A Modern Warfare Clone

CoD fans are sharing videos and screenshots of a new mobile shooter, which seems to be a rip off of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

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Activision has its own stakes in mobile gaming with Call of Duty Mobile, but another company has entered the mobile space with a first-person shooter called Combat Master Online FPS, which Call of Duty fans are already calling out as an apparent mobile clone of Modern Warfare 2019.

Combat Master Online FPS doesn't just have similar gameplay and a nearly identical Gunsmith feature as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare's, but many of the assets for the game's menus look like direct copies of Modern Warfare 2019.

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Content creator ProReborn tweeted a video that shows them navigating the menus and playing a match of Combat Master, which also showcases nearly identical animations and text from Modern Warfare's post game "After Action Report" screen.

Developed by Alfa Bravo Inc, this Call of Duty clone currently has over 500,000 downloads in the Google Play store with 4.5-star rating. The game's description boasts that Combat Master is "Fast-paced action-packed combat," and that the game was made by "true enthusiasts with special love for firearms and gaming [sic] comunity."

The game can be downloaded for free, and while the developers claim Combat Master is free of "lootboxes and money-pulling mechanics," there are microtransactions being sold at a range of $19.99 to $39.99 per bundle. As of October 27, Combat Master Online FPS is still available to download and play, but it is uncertain how long Activision will let this apparent clone slide by without any legal action.

If you're looking to play the real Call of Duty Mobile, the game just released a Halloween-themed Nightmare update for Season 9. This new update features a new battle pass, more maps and modes, as well as a limited-time Undead Siege Zombies mode.

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