Call of Duty: Mobile set to receive a significant upgrade soon. Players should expect some long-expected features. The upcoming update will allow players to enjoy controller support and a Zombies mode.
Call of Duty: Mobile’s update launched in many countries at various hours to account for the many time zones. We got November 22 for LA, and November 23 for Tokyo, for example. New multiplayer maps will also be introduced, with the game’s battle pass supposed to appear on November 25.
Call of Duty: Mobile is one popular Battle Royale title
Call of Duty: Mobile is known as the first free-to-play mobile game to reintroduce the original Modern Warfare gameplay. Coming as a celebration of the series, the mobile game brought back popular maps from predecessor games along with Gun Game mode.
Moreover, the COD Mobile scored big time in China’s tops, reaching over 13 million pre-registrations. It had also introduced a Call of Duty Battle Royale mode, with a Black Ops 4’s Blackout mode theme.
Call of Duty: Mobile got Zombies Mode and controller support
Zombies represent a survival game mode where players must survive against troops of undead creatures. Also, players must do that for as long as they can. This mode was first seen in COD World at War, and it did quickly became everyone’s favorite. The Zombies Mode is not a surprise, and fans were expecting for this arrival for quite a while, being a very anticipated mode.
The controller support, on the other hand, will also be a positive update and will be complemented by the game’s expanded control options. As reports stated, such a feature was the only one missing, considering that other mobile games have this option available. Call of Duty: Mobile is available for both iOS and Android users worldwide, and it is free to download.
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