Call of Duty Mobile: Summit map addition and other Crash, Raid map leaks
Call of Duty Mobile is the latest entrant in FPS mobile gaming. The game crossed over 100 million downloads just in the first week of its launch, breaking every previous record set by any game.
PUBG Mobile managed to get around 28 million downloads in the first week and Pokemon GO had 85.5 million downloads. Call of Duty has beaten every record up until now with a significant margin.
Call of Duty mobile doesn’t just contains a plain Battle Royale like PUBG. The game treats the players with a variety of multiplayer modes in which they can try out classic Call of Duty game modes like Frontline, Hardpoint, Domination and, of course, Team Deathmatch.
All the modes are team-based and free-to-play as well. Alongside these game modes, the game does have a Battle Royale like PUBG Mobile. In the battle royale mode, players drop in on an island in 4 man squads to scavenge for guns, ammunition and other resources and fight to be the last one alive.
Call of Duty Mobile players who have played the classic PC game have been longing for one of the popular maps – The Summit map. The map is an ice map with picturesque setting. The map has finally been added in multiplayer mode for players to enjoy.
Also, there are new leaks for the game as well. The leaks, courtesy of ‘TheGamingRevolutionYT’ on twitter suggest that there are new Crash and Raid maps coming to the game in the next Christmas season. The Christmas event which is set to be the winter event will be the one which will bring these new maps to the game.
You can check out the full details in the video by TheGamingRevolutionYT here.
These leaks are however are not to be taken too seriously. As there are no official confirmations yet. We will update you here in case there is any word from the devs on the matter.
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