Activision and the Call of Duty: Mobile team have shared the latest community update for Call of Duty: Mobile on Friday, November 8.
The community update gives fans of the mobile game a look at what to expect and what’s coming to Call of Duty: Mobile.
This weeks community update has teased that news on the Zombies mode for the Mobile game is incoming soon, but a release date for the mode has not been announced. The game so far only features the MP experience and Battle Royale mode.
The update also shares that controller support for Call of Duty: Mobile is coming soon.
Here’s the full community update:
Greetings Call of Duty: Mobile community, over the past month there is one request that we have seen every single day, ‘where is Zombies?’ It will be at your fingertips before you know it.
Look to our social media channels as we prepare to show Zombies to the world! We share plenty through these Community Updates, but our social media channels have screenshots, videos, and more to share that you may not see here. Keep an eye on these three in particular:
If you don’t see your region then don’t fret, there are many different COD Mobile social media accounts for a variety of regions all over the world, whether you are in Japan, Russia, South America, or others.
As we get further into November, we eagerly wait to share more information with you all about upcoming events, whether it is modes, challenges, new gear or skins, gameplay changes, or additions.
However, for now check out everything coming this week to COD Mobile:
- 11/4 – 11/10: Weekly Battle Royale Challenge
- 11/4 – 11/11: Airborne Chip Event
- 11/4 – 11/14: Personal Milestones
- 11/8 – 11/14: FFA Mode & Challenge
- 11/9 – 11/10: 2X Weapon XP (BR only)
- 11/11 – 11/18: Call of Duty Endowment Pack
This week is jam packed with events, new and old, and with many opportunities to finish up previous challenges, like the new Airborne class or to snag that unique Magic Eye backpack from Personal Milestones.
These last two weeks have been full of challenges, events, and rewards for all of you Battle Royale fans. If you ever need any tips, like an overview of the map, take a look at our Activision Blog. It is regularly updated and filled with information on all aspects of the game.
Call of Duty Endowment
As mentioned in the upcoming news, we are honored for Call of Duty: Mobile to be working with the folks at the Call of Duty Endowment. This non-profit organization is all about helping unemployed veterans in the United Kingdom and United States find high quality careers. They have successfully helped place more than 63,000 veterans in jobs since 2009.
We are thrilled to announce that next week will have brand new items available in COD Mobile that will support this organization. If you want to support them in an additional way, there is a Call of Duty Endowment pack in Modern Warfare.
Stay tuned to our COD Mobile social media channels for more details on all of that, but for now please take a look at the brand-new #HireHonor video for Call of Duty Endowment and Veterans Day: https://youtu.be/TgXjNR8cxgU
The most commonly addressed issues over the last month of Community Updates have been Bots, additional login options, controller support, and new maps. Last week we addressed a few of those topics and many of those are things being currently worked on, like controller support and login options, but we’d just like to say keep sharing that feedback in forms.
While it is fantastic to see so much feedback about those previously discussed topics, we would love to hear more about what you think about new operator skills (like the Sparrow), new BR classes (Airborne), new modes, or in-game events. Our teams are always balancing community feedback against in-game data, so please just let us know what you think about everything related to COD Mobile.
Cheater Reports & Anti-Cheat
This week we rolled out our Call of Duty: Mobile Security & Enforcement Policy to outline how that system works, what kind of actions we may take depending on the infraction, and the potential penalties for violating this policy.
We will continue to enforce on all players who choose to ruin the balance of the game by using cheats, hacks, exploits, or anything else defined in that policy. Please keep reporting players in-game and directly through our community accounts.
Just a reminder, but if you are reporting cheaters to us in the community please provide the following information so that we can quickly investigate:
- Usernames and user ID (if available)
- Date and time of reported match
We have no intention of banning players automatically just based on a report, but we will appropriately investigate and enforce on any players who are found to be cheating.
- Just a quick note, but we are planning to release controller support soon and are just finalizing the specifics of how it will be working in the game, specifically with matchmaking. Keep checking back for more on this as we get closer to release.
There is a lot this week that is “coming soon” and while we hate to just tease details, we hope you’ll share in the anticipation for everything that is coming in November. Until next time!
SOURCE: Call of Duty: Mobile Team