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Call of Duty Mobile is getting a new Battle Pass and Meltdown map

Published: 10:06, 20 March 2020
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Call of Duty Mobile is set to introduce a lot of fresh content in the upcoming weeks. Activision will be adding a new battle pass, new game modes, scorestreak and Meltdown map next week and at the beginning of April 2020.

In the latest community update over at Reddit, Activision have detailed a major Call of Duty Mobile update, which is set to arrive in two phases. The first phase is scheduled to land sometime next week while the second phase is planned for the beginning of April 2020.

However, until the second phase arrives, Activision have another batch of fresh content for all players. The publisher confirmed that they will release new modes, a new scorestreak, in-game UI changes, bug fixes, an additional credit store update, a new ranked season, new Battle Pass and last but not least, the long-awaited multiplayer map Meltdown, which you can see above. 

This content will be rolled out between the two-phase updates so expect to see it sometime between 25 March and 05 May 2020. Keep in mind that the date is just a guess as Activision are yet to officially confirm when exactly they plan to roll out the content.

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Activision also said they will reveal all of the majority of those details next week alongside the update.

On top of this, the publisher also touched upon bans and enforcement after the events that occurred last week. As you may know, NoahfromYT, Call of Duty content creator was banned in an unusual way. Many players sent messages to Activision, asking to revoke the ban and luckily, the publisher found an error in a new security measure that caused nearly 500 players, including NoahfromYT to be falsely banned. 

"We immediately reversed all of those bans and will be sending all of those players an in-game appeasement as an apology for the error," Activision confirmed.

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The community update also includes some details about Heavy Shot Event, Public Test Build and bug reports and you can read about that here.

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