Call of Duty: Mobile Season 3 Details Leaked Online

Call of Duty: Mobile Season 3 is going to be available for everyone very soon. The update for the game has gone live already, and we have details regarding the upcoming season. Please take a seat and read the leaks below we gathered. Well, it was to be expected to hear some rumors from the moment COD Mobile community has made season 3 update live, and who is not curious to see what’s behind the curtains?

Call of Duty: Mobile Season 3 details

Based on a screenshot shared by the community update, we assume that season 3 will release a new map. It kind of looks like the game developers are teasing us, not want to give out to many details without releasing the latest patch notes but too excited to keep it to themselves.

Let’s talk a bit about the map. The map is going to be a recreation of the famous Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 map and is dubbed Scrapyard. This new map is made mostly to close-quarter combat opportunities to the players and engages in mid-range.

New modes to come in the next Call of Duty: Mobile update

The new patch will feature a new multiplayer mode called Rapid Fire. The goal of the original play mode is to provide fast-paced action to the players, which makes the game even more exciting.

Just think about getting infinite ammo and grenades, faster recharging scorestreaks, and lesser cool downtime for operator abilities. Oh, the goosebumps. However, the multiplayer mode is going to be available only for a short period after the new season is released.

COD Mobile will conduct surveys that allow players to speak their minds and provide feedback based on their game experience, which is cool. Players can give feedback in regards to progression, game modes, weapons, Live events, as well as about many other topics or issues found.

This gives developers a chance to fix the game bugs before going live officially. More great news! The DualShock 4 controller connectivity issue is going to be fixed, as well as for the Friend list issue. Patch notes will be released shortly, and the update will launch in February.

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already published most of his work in a few books, he obviously talks about them in some of his pieces here.

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