While the controller support is available during the early release of Call of Duty: Mobile, Activision has announced that they have officially removed this from the game.
Controller support is one of the features that many players have been using when playing mobile games. PUBG Mobile, for example, has this feature that allows players to use an external controller to control their characters in the game.
During the early days of Call of Duty: Mobile, the controller support is one of their features in the game. However, it seems that Activision changed their minds and decided to remove the feature from the game.
Asked about the controller support feature, Activision Support confirmed that it was removed when the recent update was released.
Hello there, thank you for contacting Spec Ops support. Unfortunately, this is no longer supported after the most recent update. I would be more than happy to help. Thank you. ^RN
— Activision Support (@ATVIAssist) October 1, 2019
While the game does not allow you to use a controller directly from a mobile device, you can still use it if you’re playing Call of Duty: Mobile on PC. By using emulators, you have the option to map the buttons and use a keyboard and mouse to play the game. If you want to know what’s the best emulator in the market right now, make sure to check this link.
What do you think about the removal of the controller support on Call of Duty: Mobile? Will it bring fair gameplay?