With Call of Duty Mobile Season 13 just around the corner, one developer has finally explained why the Heartbeat Sensor isn’t in the game yet along with when we can expect to see the device arrive.
There is a variety of tactical equipment that you can use in Call of Duty to give yourself an edge over your opponents. One of the most commonly-used pieces is the Heartbeat Sensor. This tech is capable keep track of multiple targets and alerts you of nearby enemies.
Despite being a popular pick, especially in Warzone, this item has yet to appear in Call of Duty: Mobile. There has been speculation about its arrival for quite some time, so players have been waiting to hear something from the developers.
Well, now we finally have an answer. One of the developers of the game addressed this issue, and finally explained when we’ll be seeing the Heartbeat Sensor in COD: Mobile.
There is a thread in the CoD Mobile subreddit about the Season 13 Public Test Build, where fans of the franchise can discuss their thoughts on the upcoming update. One of the developers was there and decided to answer a question about the Heartbeat Sensor.
When is the Heartbeat Sensor coming to CoD Mobile?
The response was to a fan that brought up that the Heartbeat Sensor can’t be found in the game, despite it being mentioned in the list of tactical equipment. The developer explained that is something that is still under development, so it was never meant for the public test build, but we may see it soon.
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“It is something being developed and may show up in a future update,” they wrote. So while players may not be able to utilize the Heartbeat Sensor right now, it’s something that’s definitely still in the works and will likely appear soon.
They didn’t elaborate beyond that, but it’s nice to know that they do have plans to introduce the Heartbeat Sensor to CoD: Mobile at some point. If we’re lucky, then we might see it in the next season. Hopefully, it will stay clear of the many bugs that have plagued Warzone.
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CoD Mobile Season 13, also known as Winter War, will go live on December 21. It’s filled with a plethora of exciting content such as new weapons, vehicles, and the return of the Nuketown Russia map from Black Ops 4. There is also a brand new snowy POI available on the map.
The new update promises to be an exciting one. We’re looking forward to the new additions in the season, and will keep you updated with what else we find.
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Everything we know about CoD Mobile Season 5: Release date rumors, new weapons, Perk changes & more
Here’s everything we know about CoD Mobile Season 5, including the potential release date, new weapons, and more.
CoD Mobile Season 5 is on its way, and here’s everything we know about it so far, including the potential release date, new weapons, Perk changes, and more.
Now, players are looking ahead to the major content drop that is set to arrive in CoD Mobile Season 5. We’ll go over everything that we know about the upcoming update, including the release date rumors.
- CoD Mobile Season 5 release date
- CoD Mobile Season 5 Apocalypes map
- CoD Mobile Season 5 weapons
- CoD Mobile Season 5 Perk changes
- CoD Mobile Season 5 Jackal Fighter Jet
- CoD Mobile Season 5 Echo Grenade
CoD Mobile Season 5 release date rumors
At the time of writing, the exact release date for CoD Mobile Season 5 is unconfirmed, but the Season 4 Battle Pass will come to an end on Thursday, June 2. New seasons often start right after the previous expires.
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This means that CoD Mobile Season 5 will most likely begin on the same day. This could change if there are sudden delays from the developers. We’ll be sure to update this piece with the official release date once it’s announced.
CoD Mobile Season 5 Apocalypse map
On May 16, the Call of Duty Mobile Twitter account teased the arrival of Black Ops Cold War’s Apocalypse map in Season 5 with a message that reads: “What secrets hide in the jungle?”
This jungle-themed medium-sized map first appeared in Black Ops Cold War Season 2 and consisted of various tight corners as well as rooms with multiple entrances, ensuring intense fast-paced action.
Now, Apocalypse will be featured in all the standard game types in CoD Mobile Season 5, and it remains to be seen whether or not the developers will implement a few differences in this version of the map.
CoD Mobile Season 5 weapons
On May 10, a brand-new test server arrived, featuring the Oden Assault Rifle, KSP45 SMG, and LCAR9 Pistol. These are three brand-new weapons that are currently not available in CoD Mobile.
Since this is a test server, there’s no certainty that all 3 of these weapons will make their way to the game. However, it wouldn’t be surprising to see at least one of them arrive in CoD Mobile Season 5.
CoD Mobile Season 5 Perk changes
The CoD Mobile test built also features a major change to Persistence which is a red Perk that lets you continue your scorestreaks even when you’ve been killed. Now, the Perk’s color has been changed to blue.
While Persistence is equipped, your scorestreaks will be divided into low, middle, and high ranks. You’ll only be able to equip one scorestreak of each rank at the same time. However, it remains to be seen if this change will arrive in the game.
CoD Mobile Season 5 Jackal Fighter Jet
A leak from ‘CoD Mobile Intel’ suggests that the Jackal Fighter Jet si coming in CoD Mobile Season 5. This is an aerial vehicle that can engage enemies in combat in both the air and in space.
The Jackal Jet was heavily featured in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, and it remains to be seen if the version in CoD Mobile will function differently. Since this is just a leak, we recommend taking this information with a grain of salt.
CoD Mobile Season 5 Echo Tactical Grenade
The CoD Mobile test build also features the new Echo Grenade that you can use to “detect enemy locations” after throwing it. Enemies will be tagged by the grenade so that you can find where they are hiding.
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Even if the highlighted enemies are taking cover behind a wall, you’ll be able to catch a glimpse of their location. At the time of writing, it’s unclear if this will be added to the final build of CoD Mobile Season 5.
That covers everything we know about CoD Mobile Season 5 so far. We expect to receive new information as the season draws near, so be sure to check back with us for more updates.
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Call of Duty Warzone Mobile: Studios, leaks, Closed Alpha, everything we know
Activision have confirmed that Call of Duty: Warzone is coming to mobile. We have all the latest news and information about Warzone Mobile.
CoD: Mobile has been extremely successful, and now Activision are looking to make a mobile version of Warzone. Here’s everything we know about it, including its studios, potential maps, and more.
CoD: Mobile is also massively successful, and now the developers are looking to make another hand-held title. They have plans to make a Warzone game that will be available on mobile.
Here’s everything we know about Call of Duty Warzone: Mobile so far.
- CoD Warzone Mobile release date
- CoD Warzone Mobile details & new studios
- Warzone Mobile Project Aurora Closed Alpha
- CoD Warzone Mobile map
Does Warzone 2 have a release date?
At the time of writing, we do not have any confirmed information concerning the release date of Warzone Mobile. Activision confirmed on March 10 that the game is in development, but they’ve not provided the release date yet.
Prior to the official announcement of the game, a few leaks suggested that the handheld battle royale game could see a release as early as 2022. However, this is purely speculation, and we’ll be sure to update you as soon as we know the official release date.
Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile details & new studios
The topic of conversation was really put under the spotlight when Activision officially announced that Warzone is coming to mobile. Along with the announcement, Activision also declared that they will be hiring individuals to work on the project.
Activision are aiming to hire talented individuals to help work on the game. “From production roles to engineering, design, art, marketing, and more, we’re looking for game-makers, passionate fans, and genuinely awesome people to join our diverse team, inspired to deliver the next world-class mobile gaming experience to fans,” they announced.
If you’re interested in being a part of the team that is tasked to develop Warzone Mobile, then you can visit Activision’s job board to see if any of the roles align with your skills.
Activision have gathered several notable gaming studios and teams to work on the project. Solid State Studios (Activision’s new internal mobile team), Digital Legends, Beenox, Activision Shanghai, and Demonware will all come together to develop Warzone Mobile.
Warzone Mobile Project Aurora Closed Alpha
Thanks to a Call of Duty blog post, we know that the official codename for Warzone Mobile is Project Aurora. The blog confirmed that the game’s development is set to continue and that a Closed Alpha period would begin soon, “the game is still in development, and we are in the midst of our first gameplay test in the Project Aurora Closed Alpha.”
Unfortunately, players cannot sign up to the Alpha and can only access an early version of Warzone Mobile through private invitations.
The devs explained the reason behind the small test group, “the Closed Alpha is limited in size and with it we are looking to simply start to improve tuning, stress test matches, identify and fix bugs, as well as collect feedback and insights on all aspects of the game as new features come online.”
The blog did not offer a ton of information as the Call of Duty team remain tight-lipped about Warzone Mobile details.
Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile map leaks
While Activision haven’t officially revealed the locations that Warzone Mobile players will be able to drop into, a report from Call of Duty data miner ‘TheGhostOfHope, hints that the classic Verdansk map will make its return.
The leaker also claimed that the Verdansk in Warzone Mobile will be an alternative version of the classic map, featuring a mix of certain familiar POIs that fans have seen before along with some new locations.
However, this is just a leak and this information has not been officially verified by Activision yet. So, it’s worth taking it with a grain of salt until the developers confirm the return of Verdansk.
For more Call of Duty content, check out how TrueGameData revealed a Warzone loadout with “crazy strafe speed” to dodge bullets.
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CoD: Mobile Tournament Mode explained
A new Tournament Mode has arrived in Call of Duty: Mobile Season 4. For players who are looking for a challenge, here are all the details.
There’s a new Tournament Mode for players in Call of Duty: Mobile Season 4, which is built for competitors. Here’s everything there is to know.
Call of Duty: Mobile Season 4 has brought some fresh content to the popular mobile port of the biggest FPS franchise in the world. As well as a new battle pass and maps, the season has also brought new modes like Ground War.
In addition, players will also get the chance to compete in a new Tournament Mode, which should quench the competitive thirst of those looking for a challenge.
Here are all the details on CoD: Mobile‘s Tournament Mode.
How to Play CoD: Mobile Tournament Mode
While it is still a competitive space, the Tournament Mode is separate from Ranked Play. Tournament mode is built for duo and solo players “who want to prove individual skill.”
This makes it a great place to practice and hone your skills before getting into Ranked Play.
In order to play Tournament Mode, players will need to access the hub through the main Multiplayer lobby. Within this hub, players can select the mode they want, as well as access rewards, look at their performance, and the Leaderboards.
Each round of a Tournament consists of four matches, which could be a variety of the following modes:
- Gunfight Team Deathmatch
- 2v2 Team Deathmatch
- 2v2 Kill Confirmed
- Free For All
How to earn CoD: Mobile Tournament Mode rewards
This mode is run on a “weekly reward cycle,” which varies from “weapons, Soldier Skill Skins, Crate Vouchers, and more.” There are two reward trackers in this mode, the Basic and Premium Milestone rewards.
The Premium Milestone tracker will cost you COD Points, while the Basic is free for all players. Players can also gain rewards from their Leaderboard position, which is based purely on the number of wins a player gets within the week.
Winning matches will earn you Crowns, a currency that is exclusive to the mode. With this currency, you can obtain rewards. Winning three matches earns you “double crowns, a dynamic Calling Card, and a special Tournament Crate for winning your fourth match.”
Further, if you really want to earn all the rewards, players can spend COD Points in order to pay for additional matches within a round. You can play as many tournament rounds as you want if you wish to get all the rewards for the week.
There you have it, that’s all you need to know about CoD Mobile’s Tournament Mode. For more, check out what we know about Warzone Mobile.
Source: CoD Blog
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