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Call of Duty: Three Things for Fans to do While Quarantined

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Call of Duty has plenty of new things to keep fans busy during these crazy times. With everyone quarantined during the Caronavirus pandemic, gaming is more needed than ever. It gives a sense of comfort as well as connectivity with others. It also gives the fun needed to fill in all of that boredom as well. And endless fun will help anyone get through everything.

Gaming as a whole is full of great options to pass the time. Call of Duty alone has a slew of things to do. Even if someone feels that they aren’t a good player, there are still ways for them to enjoy the experience. People can keep up with the action even if they don’t play the game at all. No matter what the case is, it’s a great time to take in Call of Duty. Here are three fun ways how during the quarantine.

Play Call of Duty Warzone

Call of Duty Warzone

To put it simply, this may be the hottest game in the world right now. It’s free to play and full of action. Players will be able to drop into a massive battlefield with up to 150 players. This is called Battle Royale and it can be played in two different ways. One Is by rolling solo and trying to be the last man/woman standing. The other is a group Royale where three players join as a team and try and fight to the finish.

Play Call of Duty Mobile

Call of Duty Mobile

For the mobile players out there, this a great way to get in some Call of Duty matches that are pretty quick. It’s also very good for new players, as CoD Mobile is pretty easy to pick up and play. Not to mention that it’s also free like Warzone. On top of that, with it being on mobile phones, it allows folks to game in different rooms. Don’t feel like sitting in one spot? No problem; change spots or stand and stretch the legs if needed. The accessibility of the game is terrific.

Watch Call of Duty Streams


Just because there’s no Call of Duty League going on, doesn’t mean that there aren’t any events happening. Recently, there was a CMG tournament that featured a few pro teams. The Minnesota Rokkr just completed their “Rokkr Royale” event which was for charity. There were also a couple of exhibition matches from the CDL itself. The Paris Legion took on the L.A. Guerillas while the London Royal Ravens battled it out with the Florida Mutineers. The beauty of gaming is that completions can still be played, even when the world is on hold. And even folks who are new to esports can enjoy these fast-paced events.

Colin Mieczkowski covers the Minnesota Rokkr and Call of Duty for The Game Haus and can be followed on Twitter @GhostPandaColin! Also, make sure to follow The Game Haus @TGHEsports!

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