Another season of Call of Duty: Mobile is almost here and as always, Activision has been teasing some new additions for a while now. The new Season is scheduled to be available from September 10 and while it may not offer a huge number of changes like Season 9, players should expect a fair bit of tweaks and additions to gameplay.
It seems like players should now expect brand-new maps with every new season of Call of Duty: Mobile. This time around, players will be getting the Terminal, a map that is based on the infamous No Russian mission from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. The map is set in an airport terminal and should offer players a decent mix of strategies.
Another map that is headed to Call of Duty: Mobile is Pine. As the name would suggest, the new map will be located in a heavily wooded area. However, it should be noted that Pine will be exclusive to Call of Duty: Mobile’s Gunfight mode and as such, it is quite tiny.
Call of Duty: Mobile will also soon be getting a new game mode called Headquarters. The game mode is similar to Domination and Hardpoint wherein players are tasked with capturing and holding points in the map for their team. However, there is a twist. The moment your team captures the Headquarters, you won’t respawn till the enemy team captures it and the whole cycle starts anew.
Season 10 of Call of Duty: Mobile also adds a new Operator Skill. Called Equalizer, the skill equips the player with two SMGs with built in suppressors. This should allow players to project a hail of bullets at the enemy making it especially devastating in close-range combat against groups.
The Battle Royale mode in Call of Duty: Mobile also gets a little bit of love in the form of the Hacker class. The new class comes with the ability to black out the minimap of all nearby enemies. It will also disable any active enemy gadgets like drones, tripwires and more. Its passive ability is called Hard Wired and ensures that the player’s minimap is not blocked by interference.
Call of Duty: Mobile's Season 9 update bright in a major overhaul in terms of gunplay. The new Gunsmith system aimed to not only streamline the many different weapons in the game, but also introduced a wider array of customisation options as well as a much higher weapon level cap. You can learn more about Gunsmith here.
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