A new leak has revealed that the Shoot House map from Modern Warfare is being beta tested in a Chinese server, which means that we’ll see it arrive in Call of Duty: Mobile soon. Here’s what we know so far.
Call of Duty: Mobile is entering a brand new Season, which means that there’s a plethora of new content on the horizon. This includes some exciting new maps, and the new update will be bringing its fair share of those.
The game already has a lot of locations from other Call of Duty titles, and a new leak has emerged which suggests that another one from Modern Warfare will be added soon. This is referring to Shoot House, which was introduced back in November 2019.
COD: Mobile adds Shoot House map
This map was part of Modern Warfare’s first free updates in 2019, and it gained popularity due to its fast-paced gameplay. It’s fairly small in size, which means that you’ll encounter enemies around every corner and have plenty of flanking opportunities.
The map’s immense popularity among fans explains why it’s getting a remake so soon, and players have a chance to try it out in a Chinese CoD Mobile Beta test. Domination is available to play as a game mode, and the map’s design hasn’t changed much.
You’ll be better off sticking with SMGs and Shotguns when playing on this map due to the close-quarters nature of the combat. We strongly recommend you set up a class that’s ideal for mobility, and allows you to fire from the hip.
So far, this remake of Shoot House is only available for COD: Mobile in a Beta stage. That means that the developers are working with fans to fine-tune it before it’s actual release, so you can try it out, and leave feedback on areas to improve upon.
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So far it seems to be working perfectly fine. No bugs or glitches have been discovered in the mobile version of Shoot House so unless that changes, we’ll most likely see it in a future season of CoD: Mobile.
Season 1 already has a new map, so we don’t expect to see Shoot House appear anytime in the latest update. However, if Activision announce any new developments about this, we’ll be sure to update you.
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When does CoD Mobile Season 2 start?
Season 1 of CoD Mobile is almost over, but when is Season 2 of the free-to-play Call of Duty game expected to start?
Call of Duty Mobile underwent a rebirth of sorts by having its 14th Season reset and start from Season 1 again. This soft reboot was great, but fans are already looking ahead to see what Season 2 could bring.
To possibly save CoD Mobile from being affected by number-fatigue, the game has reverted to Season 1 for its first major content drop of 2021. The “New Order” update has introduced new modes, a new map, and much more.
The devs have made sure to keep the game fresh with new goodies to look forward to each month. 2021 is expected to be no different for the smash-hit mobile game, so here’s everything you need to know about Season 2.
When will CoD Mobile Season 1 end?
The all-new Reclaim map was just one of the cool, new things introduced in Season 1’s January 26 launch date. There was also plenty of new loot that you’d expect in the form of a new Battle Pass, weapons, characters, and cosmetics.
With the Season 1 Battle Pass is set to expire on March 10, Season 2 has been confirmed to kick-off with a bang sometime within the next week.
What content will be in CoD Mobile Season 2?
The official teases have started for the next season of Call of Duty Mobile, revealing some juicy details of what to expect.
A leak revealed that another Modern Warfare map is coming to the game. The chaotic Shoot House map underwent Beta testing in China to prepare it for its release in the mobile battle royale.
The developers presented the full layout of the map, along with some other details in an official blog post. While it’s small in size, the action is more concentrated so you’ll encounter your enemies more frequently.
Activision recently confirmed that the classic Nuketown map will return at some point, but they’ve yet to clarify when exactly this will be. While Nuketown Russia has been fun, many fans agree that there’s just no replacing the original.
In addition to this, we will also see the arrival of Shipment from Modern Warfare. It will probably replace the current Shipment 1944 map, and we expect that it will only stick around for a limited time.
Season 2 is will introduce the SP-R 208 Marksman rifle from Modern Warfare 2019. While this weapon has declined in popularity recently, it still boasts an impressive reload speed and bolt action which makes it ideal for long and medium-range combat.
Another weapon that will be coming from Modern Warfare is the AS Val. This Russian rifle is suited for stealth combat due to its suppressor and is capable of dishing out a ton of damage to its target.
New game modes
Gunfight Sniper is a brand new game mode that will be coming to CoD Mobile in Season 2. As the name implies, it will have players face off against each other with sniper rifles equipped. There will be six players and six rounds in this mode.
A recent leak hinted at the developers working on an Among Us-themed game mode as well. While we don’t expect to see this implemented in Season 2, we might hear some updates about its status in the coming weeks.
Tank Battle will also be making its way to the battle royale, which means that we can expect some explosive action in the game’s maps.
CoD Mobile Season 2 theme
CoD Mobile is no stranger to cool themes that help shape the nature of a season. In the past, we’ve seen wars between different factions and even a Western theme too.
The theme of the latest season is ‘Day of Reckoning.’ The various new maps, weapons, and game modes reflect this particularly well.
That covers everything we know about CoD Mobile Season 2. We’ll keep you informed about any new updates and announcements from the developers.
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CoD: Mobile devs confirm Shipment coming to Season 2
Shipment, one of Call of Duty’s most famous maps, is set to make its mark in the upcoming Season 2 of CoD Mobile.
One of the originators of the tight, action-packed map is headed for CoD: Mobile Season 2, as confirmed by the game’s devs.
Did you even play Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare unless you strapped yourself in for a hectic game of Shipment? With constant waves of Air Strikes and Attack Helicopters, Shipment was always a map that went a million miles an hour, and then some.
Well, thanks to a tweet from the game’s official Twitter page, we have confirmation that the map is set to go one more round in Season 2 of CoD: Mobile.
We’ve been drip-fed new CoD: Mobile Season 2 information by Activision every once in a while, and it’s most certainly exciting times ahead for regular players.
The news of Shipment though will certainly appease veteran Call of Duty players as the lineage of the map has transcended all expectations and featured in multiple CoD games since its original release.
In the Official tweet, we get a brief overview of the map and it certainly appears to be a faithful recreation of Modern Warfare 2019’s interpretation of the map. No grass, brightly-colored containers, and backdrop cranes all make up the scenery of a modern-looking Shipment.
Season 2 is expected to start very soon, so it’s still possible that between now and then we find out even more details about what we can expect.
If all this content wasn’t enough, it seems that CoD: Mobile’s already staggering array of game modes and maps could be set for a huge bonus with the possible addition of Warzone’s Verdansk map.
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New CoD Mobile survey hints at Warzone’s Verdansk coming to battle royale
A recent CoD Mobile survey has hinted that the devs could be adding the Verdansk map to the game’s battle royale in the future.
CoD Mobile players were recently surveyed to see what content they’d like added to the handheld game in the future. One choice was “new battle royale maps” which included Warzone’s Verdansk map & Eclipse from Black Ops 4.
It’s no surprise that Call of Duty: Mobile has been a massive hit since the free-to-play game was launched. The CoD name has arguably been THE brand when it comes to first-person shooters in the last 10 years, and so it seems like a no-brainer to release it for free on mobile.
The game has received continued support since its release with new content being added all the time. A new Sniper Rifle and Game Mode are just some of the upcoming items being worked on for CoD Mobile. That may not be all thought it seems with an interesting new survey being posed to players insinuating that the devs have bigger plans.
CoD Mobile offers a wealth of different options for players to engage in with the usual fare of Team Deathmatch, Frontline, Gun Game, and much more. It also offers battle royale as an option too with the game currently offering two maps to choose from: Alcatraz and Isolated.
It seems though that this isn’t enough as the aforementioned maps, Verdansk and Eclipse, are being discussed as possibilities. The survey’s content was first made aware by the notable Call of Duty Twitter page ModernWarzone.
The Official CoD Mobile survey asked, “Which of these Call of Duty elements would you most like to see in Call of Duty: Mobile?”
In addition to this, there’s also talk of introducing a fully-fledged Co-Op Zombies mode into the game for players to gun down hordes of the undead.
CoD Mobile’s New Order season is already flourishing and the mini-Season 1 reboot is relentless in its goal to make this the most complete Call of Duty game ever.
It’s not too long until Season 1 finishes and CoD Mobile: Season 2 begins, so you’d have to imagine the hype train is going to gain momentum and keep announcing new content on the way.
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