Here are the controllers Call of Duty Mobile supports on Android and iOS


Call of Duty Mobile was an overnight sensation when it officially released in 2019, but not without some controversy. Certain features that players enjoyed during the beta period were removed before the game launched worldwide. The most controversial removal was Call of Duty Mobile controller support for both iOS and Android versions of the game.

Fortunately, Activision heard player complaints and added the feature back in an update a few months after release. However, official support is limited to just a few controllers, and like in PUBG Mobile and Fortnite, using a controller will match you will other players using controllers to keep things fair.

So which controllers does Call of Duty Mobile support and how do you connect them? Here’s what you need to know!

Does Call of Duty Mobile have full controller support?

Call of Duty Mobile controller settings

Call of Duty Mobile has had limited controller support on iOS and Android since November of 2019. Currently, only two controllers are officially supported, and they only work in-game. Navigating menus and loadout screens still has to be done with touch controls.

Sensitivity for each game type (Multiplayer, Battle Royale, and Zombie) can be customized individually in settings, but button mappings cannot be adjusted for now. Developers have also committed to further optimizing Call of Duty Mobile controller support in the future.

If you’re looking for fully customizable controls, you’ll have to play the game on an emulator like Bluestacks or the official Call of Duty Mobile emulator. Both of these are also supported but will match you with other emulator players.

What controllers work with Call of Duty Mobile?

Person Holding Sony Ps4 Controller

The only officially supported Call of Duty Mobile controllers are PlayStation and Xbox controllers. That includes controllers for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S and Series X. This is hugely convenient for players who already have these consoles, but if you don’t you can grab them at the links below.

Other bluetooth controllers might also work with COD Mobile, although they aren’t officially supported. Certain functions may not work even, so keep that in mind before spending money on other third-party controllers.

How to play Call of Duty Mobile with a controller

Call of Duty Mobile connect controller

To play COD Mobile with a PS4 or Xbox One controller, simply connect them via bluetooth to your Android or iOS device. The process just takes a few seconds, regardless of whether you’re connecting to a phone or tablet.

How to play Call of Duty Mobile with a controller on Android

  1. Pull down the notification shade and long-press the bluetooth icon.
  2. Tap Pair new device (or similar, depending on device).
  3. Hold down both the PS and Share button until the controller starts to flash OR hold the connect button on the Xbox One controller.
  4. Select the controller from the list and pair it.
  5. The controller will automatically be detected in-game.

How to play Call of Duty Mobile with a controller on iOS (iPhone or iPad)

  1. Open Settings, then tap Bluetooth Settings.
  2. Hold down both the PS and Share button until the controller starts to flash OR hold the connect button on the Xbox One controller.
  3. Select the controller under Other Devices and pair it.
  4. The controller will automatically be detected in-game.

Note that your iPhone or iPad needs to be running iOS 13 or higher in order for the controllers to connect.

Will using a controller in Call of Duty Mobile get you banned?

No! Controller support in CoD Mobile is fully allowed by the developer. Using one will not get you banned.

However, you will be matched with other players using a controller. This may slightly increase matchmaking time and generally results in more competitive opponents.

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