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Zombies returning to Call of Duty: Mobile in October’s Season 9

Home consoles and the PC won’t be the only place to blast the undead this fall, as Call of Duty: Mobile has its own rotters.

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It’s pretty plain that the biggest Call of Duty ‘zombies’ news this year is the mode’s debut in Modern Warfare. It’s set to make a splash, with Activision’s premier shooter even tying the mode into the MW universe in some pretty cool ways. But even so, it’s not going to be the only place to waste some zeds.

That’s because it’s just been revealed that Call of Duty: Mobile will be getting its own ‘zombies’ mode, and it’s coming up before its console cousin’s. Fans will be able to kick off the Halloween season right, with the game’s Haunted Hacienda map, and a whole bunch of additional spooky content in Season 9: Graveyard Shift.

The season will include the new “Patrol” mode, plus two new zombies modes, fresh weapons and charms, new blueprints, and a host of new operator skins. Fans can take the field as “Witch Doctor – Lethal Cure, Demir – Lurking Dread, Portnova – Funny Bone, or Misty – In the Spirit”.

As for those new modes, they are:

  • New Mode: Patrol – First featured in Call of Duty®: Vanguard, the Patrol MP Mode is a variant of Hardpoint where the capture point is continuously moving around the map. Players will need to keep up and move with it to score big for their team.
  • Two Zombies Modes – For the first time ever in Call of Duty: Mobile, two Zombies modes will appear in Season 9 – complete with new updates. Classic round-based Zombies on the Shi No Numa map with the new addition of a Missile Tower class, plus the always-moving Undead Siege returns to Isolated with a new Camo award.

Activision press release

Look for Season 9 – Graveyard Shift to dawn for Call of Duty: Mobile on October 4th, for both the Android and iOS versions of the game.

About Jason Micciche

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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