On the first day of 2020, Activision wrote a heartfelt post on the Call of Duty: Mobile Reddit thread wishing its members a Happy New Year. They also thanked everyone for their continual, and often overwhelming feedback. And of course, they were hit with some in the comments.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.reddit.com\/r\/CallOfDutyMobile\/comments\/eibsq0\/happy_new_year_rcallofdutymobile_community\/\r\n\r\nSome of the input is aimed at Activision\u2019s statement that there are only 52,000 members for the \r\nReddit channel. Call of Duty: Mobile\u2019s publisher brought this up because they are optimistic that they can grow the community in 2020.\r\n\r\nCall of Duty: Mobile has millions of players all around the world, including the Americas, Europe, Japan, and Russia. The developer wants to let Reddit users know that there are a lot of Mobile communities out there, but this subreddit is one of the best at engaging with the game.\r\n\r\nWell, some users focused on this 52,000 number and gave a reason why it is so low relative to the millions of players worldwide.\r\n\r\nA user named Arctic.50 left a long comment explaining why there are so few members on the subreddit. The reasons he alleges are that the moderators do a sub-par job, Activision does a poor job communicating on the channel, and there are price inequalities.\r\n\r\nActivision replied to the comment with an answer to all three issues.\r\n\r\nAbout the moderators: Activision says that the minimal number of members has nothing to do with the moderators. They also mention that mobile games with subreddits typically don\u2019t have many members. Lastly, they point to the fact that the channel has gone from 10,000 members to 40,000 in three months.\r\n\r\nThe developer then brought up the communication issue and defended it by asking for specific incidents.\r\n\r\n\u201cThe ratio of bug posts to discussion posts in this community is pretty lopsided with very few bug posts comparatively.\u201d\r\n\r\nActivision also mentioned that they post community updates regularly, which will have a list of different bugs that they have fixed or are currently working on. This is a true statement. Activision has posted many community updates that are typically jammed-full of information.\r\n\r\nLastly, price inequalities are brought up. Arctic.50 pointed to beta players having to pay more money than new players. Activision\u2019s rebuttal is that it is a regional issue, and it was sprung-on by a player using a VPN to geo-locate themselves in another country when making the account, which has directly led to different pricing. \r\n\r\nActivision is always welcoming feedback on the Call of Duty: Mobile Reddit page, and there is never a shortage of it.