Call of Duty: Mobile Season 4 has introduced the new Clan Wars feature in which players battle it out in weekly competitions for their Clan to come out on top and earn various rewards along the way in their CoD: Mobile Clan Wars adventures.
Now that CoD Mobile Season 4 has arrived, Activision is looking to give players even more competitive options. Not only is there the upcoming CoD Mobile World Championship offering a prize pool of over $2 million (USD) and free rewards, but the new Clan Wars mode is being introduced.
CoD Mobile has described Clan Wars as the “biggest feature” since the Gunsmith System, so it’s sure to shake up the mobile shooter. Clan Wars allows players to team up with friends or strangers and compete to earn cosmetic rewards and climb the competitive leaderboards.
Here’s everything you need to know about CoD Mobile’s Clan Wars, from its release date to how to register with a Clan.
What is CoD Mobile Clan Wars?
Clan Wars is the newest competitive mode to arrive in CoD Mobile. Rather than Ranked mode where you’re in it for yourself, Clan Wars will have you join a team to dominate the leaderboards and earn rewards together.
Similar to the Ranked Series, Clan Wars will be a bi-seasonal competitive event that runs every two seasons. CoD Mobile devs explained that “Every two seasons it will reset, there will be new rewards, and your clan will have new chances to climb the leaderboards.”
CoD Mobile emphasized that Clan Wars isn’t just to play with a Clan and earn rewards, “but it is all meant to create competitive gameplay, opportunities to interact with your clan and other players, and a new way to provide more epic rewards.”
CoD Mobile Clan Wars release date
Clan Wars arrives as part of Season 4, and will launch on June 1, 2021.
This will be the beginning of the first Clan Wars event, with the mode expected to reset in Season 6, offering new rewards and leaderboards.
How to join a Clan in CoD Mobile
To get started in Clan Wars, you must first join a Clan. CoD Mobile assured players that even if you don’t have a Clan, you’ll be able to join one easily. “Once Clan Wars launches, there will be plenty of new clans forming up, and you’ll be able to find plenty of options to fit your needs,” the dev team explained.
They also said that you don’t have to be a super competitive player to join Clan Wars. There will be Clans for all playstyles, whether you want to grind to be the best or “casually play throughout the week and just want to help each other earn rewards.”
How to play CoD Mobile Clan Wars
After you join a Clan in CoD Mobile, you’ll need to play in the Clan Wars mode to earn the various rewards and climb the leaderboards.
While there are a few ways you can progress in Clan Wars, the main way is to capture Clan Nodes. Divided into weekly mini-seasons, these are daily challenges with “unique objectives and modifiers,” and “Each node will be fought over by Clans for a set amount of time and depending on each Clan’s rank they will earn currency.”
Your Clan will be matched up with other Clans each week to give you more variety in who you’re playing against so that one team doesn’t constantly dominate the leaderboards. After it resets, Clans must register for these mini-seasons every week, and “the clan who captures the Node will earn bonus points.”
An example objective is to defeat opponents using a custom SMG with five attachments, and the more Clan members complete the objective, the more Node points you’ll earn. The more Nodes your Clan can earn, the higher up the leaderboard you’ll be, and the sweeter the reward.
CoD Mobile Clan Wars rewards
For your Clan placing well throughout the first season, you can earn various exciting cosmetic rewards.
As you play Clan Wars, you’ll start to earn clan currency to purchase different rewards. Or, you can earn these items “Through weekly rewards, based on both clan performance and your individual performance” and “Climbing the Clan Leaderboards.”
CoD Mobile confirmed that they’d implemented rewards this way to make sure that even if your clan isn’t pulling their weight, you’ll be rewarded for your individual efforts.
Here’s the full list of Clan Wars rewards:
- Ronin – Hagakure
- QXR – Rebirth
- Backpack – Ronin
- Chestpiece – Ronin
- Helmet – Ronin
- RUS-79U – Brushed Chrome
- QXR – Brushed Chrome
- Chopper – Ambush
- DL Q33 – Ambush
- ASM10 – Ambush
- Knife – Ambush
- SMRS – Ambush
- Frag Grenade – Ambush
- Flashbang Grenade – Ambush
- Rank Border – Elite 1
- Rank Border – Elite 2
- Rank Border – Elite 3
- Rank Border – Pro 1
- Rank Border – Pro 2
- Rank Border – Pro 3
- Rank Border – Legendary
Image Credit: CoD Mobile / Activision
How to get back stolen & hacked CoD Activision accounts
Find out how to properly protect your CoD Activision account and retrieve it if its gets stolen or hacked with our guide.
Call of Duty Activision accounts are regularly subjected to theft and hacking, so our guide seeks to help you reclaim stolen CoD accounts, plus we have some other useful methods to keep your account secure and safe.
Whether it’s issues with Call of Duty’s servers, cheating, or the Black Ops Cold War and Warzone stores, there are always problems that need to be tended to. Regardless of the size and wealth of the company, it’s presumably always going to be hard to keep on top of everything.
But questions have been raised about Activision’s ability to restore stolen Call of Duty accounts and provide support to those players. Thankfully, there are various ways to try and reclaim your account, and also ways to protect it from falling into the wrong hands.
Activision Account Recovery for Call of Duty
Many people complain about their Call of Duty account being hacked and/or stolen in whichever CoD title they’re playing.
Players lose access to their data, and most importantly their CoD Points and any purchased bundles or cosmetics. But there is an official process that players need to go through for Activision to be able to take the appropriate action.
To begin proceedings to retrieve your account, you’ll need to contact Activision Support here.
It could take anywhere between 4-10 days for a response on average but maybe longer. This is reasonable given the large volume of queries that Activation presumably deals with on a daily basis.
Live chat & submitting tickets for a quicker Activision Response
Another solution you can try to speed things up yourself is to try and contact a member of Activision’s support team directly.
To do this, you’ll need to complete the following:
- Head to Activision’s ‘Support’ page
- Selection an option from “I need help with”
- Find one that allows you to “Submit a ticket” or will connect you to an advisor to help you personally
Two-Step Authentication CoD Account
If you’ve been successful in retrieving your Activision Account or just want to know how to make it more secure, then it would be wise to enforce Two-Factor Authentication.
It’s now a given to see Two-Factor Authentication across the industry to protect accounts across all forms of media. It’s safe, secure, and easy to protect your account.
Here’s what you’ll need to do to activate Two-factor Authentication for your Activision Account:
- Head to Activision’s Two-Factor Authentication page
- Click ‘Set up Two-Factor Authentication’
- Sign in to your account, if you haven’t made one then do so
- Download the ‘Google Authenticator app’ for your phone or tablet
- Scan the QR Code using the app’s scanner
- Enter the Authentication Code for the App
- Press to complete the process
Now you have a secure setup that only you should be able to access.
It’s understandable that players will be frustrated with Activision for not responding to their queries as they want their account back.
At the same time, there are millions of accounts spread across Cold War, Warzone, CoD: Mobile, and Modern Warfare, with potentially multiple questions per player.
Image credits: Activision / Treyarch
Call of Duty Warzone Mobile: Release date, details, rumors
Activision has hinted that Call of Duty: Warzone could be set for its own individual game on mobile. We have all the latest news, dates, and rumors.
Despite the massive success of CoD: Mobile, Activision is looking to bring a fully-fledged version of Warzone to mobile phones separately. Here’s all the latest on a handheld version of Call of Duty: Warzone, including its potential release date, new information, and more.
Activision’s domination of the first-person shooter market doesn’t seem to be enough, as they are allegedly looking to expand their repertoire of Call of Duty games. Currently, Activision has Modern Warfare (2019), Black Ops Cold War, Warzone, and CoD: Mobile as currently supported options.
The untitled Call of Duty 2021 project is still in the pipeline, and now it seems like we may be getting another mobile CoD game. Their free-to-play battle royale experience has proven to a big winner for the company, and now Activision wants Warzone on mobile.
Here’s everything we know about Call of Duty Warzone: Mobile so far.
Call of Duty Warzone: Mobile release date
Given how new the recent revelations are, it seems that it’s far too early to tell when Call of Duty Warzone: Mobile could be made available for download.
It was back in March that Activision sent out a survey asking Call of Duty: Mobile players if they’d like to see Verdansk come to the much-played handheld CoD game.
So it’s entirely possible that the game has been in development for some time. There’s also the obvious positive in that Warzone already exists, so they already know what works, what doesn’t, and how to transition it to handheld devices.
Furthermore, Call of Duty battle royale is already available to play on phones thanks to CoD Mobile.
Call of Duty Warzone: Mobile details
The topic of conversation was really put under the spotlight when Activision announced in a LinkedIn post that, “Activision Mobile has put up new roles! Teams are focused on Live Operations and content expansion across CoD Mobile and Warzone.”
The official website is advertising for over 50 roles with many geared towards “a new mobile title.” It’s possible that Activision wants this knowledge to become more public to counteract the recent announcement from rivals EA / DICE that Battlefield Mobile is on the way.
If we go even further back to September 2020, we can see that Activision was recruiting for an “Executive Producer, Features” for a project called “WZM.” This further supports the idea that they’ve had this idea in the pipeline for some time.
June 7, 2021 saw a new job listing for a Mobile Producer at a new Mobile dedicated development studio appear with the job listing stating that the role will be working on a “new AAA mobile game in the Call of Duty franchise.”
It has not yet been confirmed that this role and new studio will be working on the rumored Warzone Mobile game, but it would make sense considering that it fits the bill for being a AAA game in the franchise.
News, and even rumors, are very scarce on the potential Call of Duty Warzone: Mobile project right now. But as always, once we start hearing more news then you can read it here first at Charlie INTEL.
Image Credit: Activision
Activision’s new ‘Activision Mobile’ studio developing new CoD mobile game
A new Activision internal studio has been created focusing on Mobile development.
Activision has established a new internal mobile development studio to create a brand new Call of Duty Mobile title. The new studio is called “Activision Mobile.”
A new job listings on Activision site has revealed that the company has established a new “Activision Mobile” internal development studio that will focus on continuing the company’s push to expand their mobile presence following Call of Duty: Mobile’s success (first spotted by VGC News).
The description of the new internal studio states that Activision Mobile will focus on the publishing operations and live services of Call fo Duty: Mobile, but also expand to partner with development studios on creating a “new AAA Call of Duty mobile game”.
Activision Mobile is an emerging team within Activision Publishing focusing on both publishing and live-operations for Call of Duty Mobile along with our new in-house studio dedicated to the development of AAA mobile titles. Designed around the singular focus of creating the best games in our space, ours is a mobile studio like no other.
The new details in the job listing also states that Activision Mobile is now working on an AAA mobile title in the Call of Duty franchise.
Developing in collaboration with Activision studios around the world, work on a new AAA mobile game in the Call of Duty franchise has begun.
The team has job listings up for a “Producer, Mobile” that says the team’s “first project” is a AAA Call of Duty franchise game.
Activision has not announced what the new “AAA” mobile game will be or how it will connect with the currently existing Call of Duty: Mobile title.
There’s a bunch of rumors about the potential of Call of Duty: Warzone coming to Mobile devices at some point, with job listings and even Activision LinkedIn confirming mentions.
Activision has not officially announced a “Activision Mobile” studio at this time. We’ve reached out for a comment.
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