Free Fire and Call of duty Mobile are two games that rule the mobile gaming world. Players love to engage, along with their friends, in the battle ROYALE matches offered by these games. Both the games offer quite a few exciting modes that players can enjoy. Free Fire is a battle ROYALE game that is known for its sensational gameplay and vibratory graphics. It also features many characters, each known for his/her concentrated personality and power. When it comes to the battle ROYALE matches, Free Fire allows a maximum of 50 players in one match. Each match lasts for approximately 15 minutes, depending on the time of survival. Call of duty Mobile is primarily an action-shooter game that deals with anti-terrorism. It is divided into two modes, the battle ROYALE mode and the multiplayer mode. In the battle ROYALE mode of Call of duty Mobile, 100 players disassemble into an unfavorable land and fight to be the last person. The matches are overlong than Free Fire matches and last for 20 to 25 minutes on average. The storage space required by Call of duty Mobile two times greater than that required by Free Fire. Moreover, the Android version required by Call of duty Mobile is also higher than that of Free Fire. If players run Call of duty Mobile on their low-end Android phones, they are bound to face frequent lags, and there is no choice but to sacrifice the brilliant graphics offered by the title.