Call of Duty: Season 5 Mobile’s regular seasonal updates change players over time and around the world, and the newest adventure – Season 5 – is no different.
Here we detail everything you need to know about Call of Duty: Mobile Season 5, from the cost of playing to what to expect from the game.
Officially titled Season 5: In the Deep Water, Call of Duty: Latest Mobile Update for June 28 for Android and iOS devices at 17:00 PT (June 29, 13:00 CEST / 10:00 AEST). This replaces the game’s Season 4. Replacing the entire roster of Seasonal Challenges that has been rolling out continuously since its release in May. In this case, the record will be clear for the new season, in which players immerse themselves in the game world with a maritime theme.
What’s New in Call of Duty: Mobile Season 5?
Season 5: Deep Water brings tons of new maps, playlists, weapons and events – but perhaps the most interesting are the two new game modes.
The first is Cranked: Confirmed, a combination of Cranked and Kill Confirmed. In this mode, the player goes into meandering states for a boost and must protect the timer from exhaustion by performing eliminations or collecting dog tags.
Of course, this doesn’t sound as original as Activision’s previous attempts. But when you done with ideas for a new fashion, combine the two existing ones, right?
Cranked: Confirmed to be available in Call of Duty: Mobile Season 5 starting June 28 and is expected to run until it is replaced by the next new mode in Season 5 or the next new season.
Ground missions will “bring dominance to the big stage,” says developer Activision, and players will fight for five points to chase 10-10 in the big game.
Ground missions will arrive as part of a “new season 5 event”, which we assume will be cancel along with Cranked: Confirmed. If season 5 follows the trend of the previous season, land missions can only be played after Cranked: Confirmed has been completed.
As previously mentioned, Season 5: In the Deep Waters will also feature new maps and weapons for Call of Duty: Mobile.
Docks returns to the franchise and debuts for the first time in Modern Warfare. While new weapons and carrier abilities, including the CR-56 AMAX, Kilo Bolt Action, and K9 units, can now unlocked and used.
The wharf, a small symmetrical map, leads the battle to the famous shipyard on the River Thames. Operators will battle duplex buildings, small platforms, and central bridges, which offer plenty of opportunities for fighting indoors or outdoors. Crossfire is also support for docks.
Suldal Harbor, A New Incredible Map
Suldal Harbor also arrived, a medium-sized map on the shores of the Black Sea. Consisting of a shipping box, a narrow path, and almost a quarter of the indoor space, it will support both 5v5 and 10v10 games.
Lastly, there’s Aniyah Incursion, a larger map revolving around Asia’s palace. It also appears for the first time in Modern Warfare and will see players battling their way through bombed interiors or wide-open castles. Aniyah Incursion will support 10v10, Attack of the Undead and a new ground mission mode.
Activision has also confirmed that Season 5 will introduce new bonuses such as Gung-Ho, speed acceleration. That lets you throw fire, throw grenades, and reload while running, as well as a new time traveler class in Battle Royale. This will allow you, the player, to go back in time. then, in addition to increasing explosive resistance.
There will also be new thematic events. Based on a marine theme, players in Sea of Steel will fight to conquer territories and win prizes for completing various daily tasks. The faction with the most nodes on the map at the end of the event – either the Ghosts or the Federation – wins.
As usual, Season 5 also released new skins for Operators, including Merrick and Rorke in Call of Duty Ghost.