COD Mobile Pistol Shipment 24/7 won’t launch from clan wars menu for some players
Battle Royale games have picked up much attention from gamers these days. From engaging dynamics to the last-man-standing gameplay equation, it checks all the boxes.
Consoles and PCs aren’t the only platforms that enjoy a diversity of games, developers are equally focusing on mobile games.
Call of Duty is the next best thing to have on mobiles if you’re into the Battle Royale genre. PUBG remains the top choice even after a ban in India.
To keep the craze and engagement alive, game developers commenced the Pistol Shipment challenge in Clan War Node.
This opens up a window for the players to kill hostiles 24/7 and earn 8 points for every Pistol kill. This has to be accessed from the Clan War Node.
What is becoming a pricking problem for the players is the fact that this challenge is nearing its end and the challenge has stopped working for many users.
Take a glance at how players are reacting to the broken Pistol Shipment challenge.
Pistol Shipment 24/7 does not launch from clan war menu. Kills not counting if we manually play shipment as well.
Clan wars shipment 24/7 pistol challenge is not available and there’s only 18 hours left for this challenge???
This is possibly due to a bug where not even killing enemies manually with a pistol works and neither the points nor the kills count.
Call of Duty is yet to come across the emerging reports. There’s a silence on social media handles of COD Mobile which means this may take up some time.
We saw a similar situation with other games where game developers had to later compensate for the lost awards and points to the players because a glitch had occurred on the very last day of the challenge.
We hope Call of Duty doesn’t end that way and since it isn’t an extensive challenge, fixing this shouldn’t be a hassle for the developers.
It depends on the traction these reports get. That said, we have highlighted this issue and continue to track it as well.
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