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Call of Duty: Mobile has revealed even more information about the upcoming Season 2 update. First off, Activision has confirmed that the new Season will be called ‘Day of Reckoning’. Aside from the name, the developers have also confirmed the addition of a new scorestreak. This is called Napalm.

Call of Duty: Mobile – Napalm details

 

Call for air support!
Deploy the new Scorestreak, Napalm to clear enemies in your path!

Coming to #CODMobile next week as a part of the Season 2 Battle Pass! pic.twitter.com/UiemxRGc4u

— Call of Duty: Mobile (@PlayCODMobile) March 6, 2021

 

The Napalm scorestreak will allow players to call in a plane, which will rain down fire from the sky. When activating the scorestreak, players will have to choose the flight patch of the aircraft. The plane will then fly across the map, while dropping napalm bombs along the way. The fire from the napalm will also create smoke. This will obscure vision. The developers have not yet revealed the points players will have to accumulate in order to call in the scorestreak. Presumably, players will be able to shoot down the plane as it makes its way over the map.

The new Napalm scorestreak will most likely be unlocked when players reach a certain Tier in the Season 2 free Battle Pass. If not, it should be available via a Seasonal or Feature Challenge.

Call of Duty: Mobile Season 2

Besides a new scorestream, players will also be able to earn two new weapons. This includes the AS VAL assault rifle and the SPR 208 sniper rifle. One of these weapons should be available from the start via the free Battle Pass. The other should be available later via a Seasonal Challenge.

Two maps have also been confirmed in the Season 2 update. This includes the Shoot House map from 2019’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. The other is a new version of Shipment. This will bring the Shipment 1944 map with a more modern aesthetic. The new Season 2 update should be available sooner, rather than later.

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