Call of Duty: Mobile Season 7 is starting to roll out across the globe following a week-long delay. The update was shared to the FPS game’s Reddit page alongside the news that the Call of Duty: Mobile Season 7 Battle Pass will go live June 12, 2020. I assume that’s to give everyone a chance to download the update first, which comes in at around 2.3GB.
Among the new features is a new game mode called Zomb-er, Attack of the Undead. The way it works is simple: everyone starts as a survivor apart from one person who is, you guessed it, undead. If you die, you’ll also become undead and can revive an unlimited amount of times. You can play the new mode on the Tunisia, Standoff, Summit, Raid, and Crash maps.
The Call of Duty: Mobile Season 7 update also includes seven new zones for the battle royale map, a new BR class, and a new tank. There are new characters, too, alongside a new training mode for you to practise your aim. If you’d like some help on improving at the multiplayer mobile game, then check out our Call of Duty Mobile tips. If you’d like to see the full patch notes, you can hit the link above.
Activision initially took the decision to delay the start of Call of Duty: Mobile‘s new season to a later date following protests in America. Season 7 was due to begin June 4 but was pushed back to today. The publisher took to Twitter to reveal the news, explaining that now is “not the time” and that those “speaking up for equality, justice, and chance” deserve to be heard.
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) June 2, 2020
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