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'Call Of Duty Mobile' Adds Fan-Favourite Mode For Limited Time

'Call Of Duty Mobile' Adds Fan-Favourite Mode For Limited Time

Activision has introduced yet another limited-time mode to the incredibly popular free-to-play Call Of Duty: Mobile. This time, fans are being treated to the return of fan-favourite Gun Game Mode, which sees players receive a new weapon every time they get a kill, making for some incredibly entertaining, varied FPS action.

Gun Game Mode replaces last week's limited time Free-for-All Mode, which left the game last week. As was the case with last week's mode, Gun Game is accessible through Call Of Duty: Mobile's featured playlists, although you'll need to be ranked up to at least level 8 before you can play it.

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There's no set end date for Gun Game Mode just yet, but it's likely to run for the same amount of time as Free-for-All did - just under one week, so be sure to dive in and play it while you can.

Call of Duty: Mobile
Call of Duty: Mobile

Call Of Duty: Mobile has gone from strength to strength since launching last week, so expect the new modes and content to flow with a pleasing regularity.

According to Mobile app analytics experts Sensor Tower, Call Of Duty Mobile was downloaded an incredible 56.9 million times on iOS alone. Compare that to rival shooters PUBG Mobile and Fortnite managed 28 million and 22.5 million their own launch weeks respectively, and it's clear that Activision has something massive on its hands.

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Sensor Tower's data goes on to reveal that Call Of Duty Mobile had the most installs in the USA, accounting for around 16.9 percent of the total downloads (that's around 17.3 million users). India was close behind with 13.4 percent, and Brazil with 7 percent.

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The game has yet to launch in China, which makes up around 25% of the world's mobile gaming market, but it's been reported that Activision is currently working to earn approval to launch the game over there, at which point the company will presumably achieve its final form and punch a hole in the sun with a giant fist made of money.

Call Of Duty Mobile Credit: Activision
Call Of Duty Mobile Credit: Activision

Activision previously stated that we can expect regularly added modes, content, and limited-time events for Call of Duty: Mobile, and it's so far sticking to its guns - pun intended. Whether or not it'll drop a brand new mode every single week, or if a number of limited-time-modes will just rotate on a regular basis remains to be seen, but I'd expect the latter.

I'd also hope that as we get closer to Halloween, we might expect a Zombies Mode of some kind, but that's just speculation coupled with wishful thinking at this point. We'll have to wait and see.

Featured Image Credit: Activision

Topics: Call of Duty, Activision

Ewan Moore

Journalist at GAMINGbible who still quite hasn’t gotten out of my mid 00’s emo phase. After graduating from the University of Portsmouth in 2015 with a BA in Journalism & Media Studies (thanks for asking), I went on to do some freelance words for various places, including Kotaku, Den of Geek, and TheSixthAxis.