Call of Duty: Mobile SE to debut exclusively with the Samsung Galaxy Note10 and it is one of the most anticipated games for smartphones of the year, since exceeds 10 million registered users in Google Play Store. If we recently told you the 6 basic actions of its Battle Royale mode, now we focus on the classic maps of the saga that you will find in this mode of Call of Duty: Mobile.
The new mobile installment of the popular saga, which has already started its closed beta on Android in some countries, will offer a Battle Royale mode in which players can find a lot of maps from other classic installments from the Activison franchise. The map itself offers a wide variety of topography to fight, from hills to settlements or brand new rivers and bridges.
However, and as reported on his official blog, Battle Royale mode also includes a number of locations from well-known past titles in the Cal of Duty franchise scattered throughout the environment. For example, players can find the missile hangars and silos of Countdown, map of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. They can even see the helicopter downed from Crash, also from the same game.
Nuketown, Farm, Crash or Countdown
The Battle Royale mode will also feature the Diner map, Black Ops II location, or Estate from Modern Warfare 2. But they are not the only ones, they can also be found with Farm, from Call of Duty: Black Ops II; Firing Range, from the Black Ops franchise; Killhouse from Modern Warfare; Launch, by Black Ops; Overgrown from Modern Warfare; or Nuketown, one of the most beloved maps in Black Ops, among others.
Call of Duty: Mobile will offer a Battle Royale mode in which up to 100 players will face each other until only one is left standing, and up to a total of 6 classes available: Defender, Mechanic, Scout, Clown, Medic and Ninja. At the moment it is holding a closed beta and it is unknown when Call of Duty: Mobile will land on Android and iOS devices, although it will be this year.