After achieving a fantastic number of downloads of 20 million in just 24 hours on Google Playstore after the release, the collaboration game between Tencent (TiMi Studios) and Activision turned out to succeed in shifting its competitors to none other than Tencent’s own game, which is PUBG Mobile.
In a report released in the United States on October 26, 2019 from ranker.com via livemint, it was said that Call of Duty Mobile had shifted PUBG Mobile into the best-selling Mobile game this month. Until now, Call of Duty Mobile alone has reached 100 million downloads in Playstore and Appstore, which is not a small number.
In the report also said that PUBG Mobile is still the largest mobile game promotion at the moment, one of the steps taken by the publisher of this game is to release the Lite version of PUBG M that allows you to play with Smartphone specifications lower than the original version.
However, with high Hype because it carries the big name Call of Duty seems to be the main reason why PUBG M can be displaced, temporarily. For Tencent Games, of course you don’t need to be confused, because the two names are indeed his own, with both names being the top of the mobile game at this time making Tencent’s own name stronger in the development of Mobile Games in the world.
Meanwhile Call of Duty Mobile has just released an event as well as new content to welcome Halloween. The most attention-grabbing, Activision and Tencent also apparently took part in the existence of a Halloween Lucky Draw “gacha” event to lure the players a number of exclusive skins along with additional items such as Weapon XP and Supply Drop.
Admittedly, the system was quite impressed “fishing” in the beginning. Because the developer has guaranteed that you will not get a gacha that is double or “dupe”. So that you can automatically get all exclusive items there by gacha / spin 10 times by paying a CP amount. But the question is, what is the total amount of CP you need to spend and the percentage drop to get the Skeleton and AK47 skins that are deliberately used as the main prize or “jackpot”?
This has apparently become a controversy that is being warmly discussed by Call of Duty Mobile players in the world. Because apparently, there has been an appeal when the Gacha event is very manipulative.
First reported by a YouTuber named ParkerTheSlayer until it was distributed by Angry Joe, the drop rate for getting the best items in the lucky draw and reportedly has been set so that it can only be obtained at the ninth and tenth spin counts.
In addition, from every gacha action you have done, the amount of CP that must be paid by them is also gradually increasing. From the initial 40 CP only, in the ninth gacha the players must issue 6600 CP (and 10,000 CP for the latter). Where in total, you really need 23580 CP to get everything.
While regarding the drop rate, the explanation given by the developer also looks so ambiguous. There it describes the presence of a 42% chance chance for a variety of prizes that have a “purple” (epic) background in it. Where the prize category is also included with the jackpot prize which according to players’ reports can only be obtained at the ninth and tenth spin counts.
Safely, you can try to test it first in 1 to 3 times the experiment. However, we ourselves want to urge you not to take part in the Gacha event which will take place until November 1. Because if it’s true that the system seems unbalanced like that, obviously this is something that can be very detrimental to your comfort in playing Call of Duty: Mobile.