Call of Duty: Mobile gets more competitive with 10-on-10 play

There will be no room to hide

Call of Duty: Mobile is about to get even more competitive and ruthless. Game developer Activision’s new beta version of Call of Duty: Mobile includes exciting new modes for Team Deathmatch and Domination.

However, something that is interesting is that the modes feature 10-on-10 team play. Think about how different that is.

In 5-on-5 play, you have to spend a lot of time watching out for the enemy on the other team. Now magnify that times two. It will be twice as stressful. However, it might also be twice as entertaining and exciting.

Call of Duty: Mobile is about to get even more competitive

Furthermore, both modes can be played on multiplayer maps. Keep in mind that some of those maps are very small. In other words, not like the world of Red Dead Redemption.

And then think again about how Domination and Team Deathmatch have twice as many players on the field.

As a result, there will be a lot of players involved at some times in the game. There are some good examples of that.

For instance, consider the size of the Shipment map, which is currently in the works. The word on the web is that the Shipment map will be quite small.

In light of that, think about how much space there will be when two teams of 10 are doing battle on that map. It would be somewhat crowded with 20 players total.

No room to hide!

Instead, yes please, there will be 20 players on the map. Do you know what that means? In case you don’t, it means that there will almost no room to hide. Remember this: Call of Duty: Mobile is about to get even more competitive and ruthless.

The new beta version of Call of Duty: Mobile is only available to those who have Android devices. Furthermore, you can’t play it if you have an iPhone. It is interesting that the U.S. Army likes it when people play Call of Duty.

The beta version runs until July 31. However, keep in mind that it will have zero impact on your current ranking in the game.

Mike Usinger once took the better part of two years to finish Grand Theft Auto. Over the course of his career he has written about everything from eSports to music to movies to travel.

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