Free-For-All Mode Added to Call of Duty: Mobile
After being downloaded over 20 million times, Tencent Games and Timi Studios have added the free-for-all game mode to Call of Duty: Mobile for a Limited Time. Gamers will be able to kill anyone they see in this mode starting now until October 18th. For just one week, gamers can play in free-for-all matches with up to 8 players in its own playlist once they’ve reached rank 8. Call of Duty: Mobile is available on iOS and Android right now and while there’s no word on whether free-for-all will become a regular addition, it’s likely that if it’s played enough it may stick around.
Free-for-all will be available from October 11th-18th, letting gamers spawn into maps with no backup and the ability to hunt down any player they see. With this game mode being added to Call of Duty: Mobile, we’re curious to see what additions will be next for the popular mobile FPS. Though Call of Duty Modern Warfare will likely be the best selling game of the year, Call of Duty: Mobile is keeping the community engaged on the go with fresh updates like the one that added free-for-all.
Are you curious what we think about Call of Duty: Mobile so far? We previewed the game recently and found it to be extremely fun with great gameplay similar to other Call of Duty titles but it’s a greasy moneymaker of a game. Love them or hate them, Call of Duty games are a juggernaut that will likely find a place on each gaming platform just as Fortnite does.
What’s your favorite part of Call of Duty: Mobile so far and are you excited for the free-for-all mode? What’s your favorite map to play on the go? Let us know in the comments below!
Source: Gaming Bolt