Can I Get Banned for Using COD Mobile Emulators? Answered

With the advent of Call of Duty: Mobile on various emulators, players got the question of whether they can be banned for using the emulator. The answer to this question was given by the developers themselves.

Is it Dangerous to Use Emulators (Play on PC) in COD Mobile?

Developers didn’t make an official emulator as they did in PUBG Mobile. But there are also those players who do not use the official game client released by Tencent. And for this, some players got a ban. So, you can get banned for emulators.

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It’s hard to say exactly if the developers can track who plays Call of Duty: Mobile on PC. However, some players say that currently, COd Mobile’s scripts start perceiving emulators as cheats.

So what we can say is that bans are constantly given for playing on a PC. This can be tracked by the players’ messages on the forums about various error codes when entering Call of Duty. These errors are very often associated with blocking a player for unfair play. So you shouldn’t play a mobile game on a PC. After all, the developers specially made it so that it can be enjoyed on mobile devices or tablets.

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