Call of Duty Heroes Comes to Android, Turns Activision’s Hit FPS Into Clash of Clans

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  • 28 Nov 2014
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  • I’ve played Call of Duty Heroes a few weeks ago, when it came out on iOS and today we learn of its arrival to other platforms, such as Windows and Android. As you know, Call of Duty is a very famous FPS series, but in this case it becomes a strategy game, a freemium title with Clash of Clans style gameplay.

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    The game relies heavily on base building, unit upgrades and training, defensive structures and a variety of combat missions. Combat takes place without actively controlling the deployed units, aside from a Hero, that will usually be a famous character from the CoD series. You can move the hero around and use his special abilities, including one that summons a chopper shooting in FPS view at the enemies.

    You can turn the view of the map at 360 degrees, zoom in, check out all of your unit, as they fight or train and the 3D graphics are quite nice. You can do battle in campaign mode or PvP, but you must be connected to the Internet at all times. There are 3 resources here: gold, old and celerium, that accelerates the timers associated to buildings and units. You can enter alliances, get a shield to protect you from attacks and get attacked while you’re not on your device.

    You can download the game here on Android for free.

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