- Call of Duty: Mobile is crossing over with Classic Fairytales for Season 1 of Soldier’s Tale, which will be released on January 10th.
- As a part of the crossover event, players will get cosmetics based on characters from famous fairytales.
- A new multiplayer map called Atrium will also be introduced to Call of Duty: Mobile as a part of Season 1.
Call of Duty Mobile has quite a few collaborations in the past, some that have baffled players and others that have impressed the fanbase with the tremendous number of well-designed cosmetics released as a part of the collaborations.
Call of Duty: Mobile has announced their Season 1: Soldier’s Tale, starting on January 10th at 4 PM PT. The first season will see CoD: Mobile crossover with classic fairytales marked by the release of cosmetics based on fairy tale characters. New weapon blueprints are also being added, along with free rewards.
The crossover marks the advent of nine skins in total. Death Angel Alice – Wonder Lost, Cipher – Hatter’s Grin, Daniel – Hangman, and Artery – Heartless Queen will be premium battle pass rewards.
The famous lucky draws of Call of Duty Mobile will feature the skins of Witch Doctor – Doctor Raven, Templar – Wolfen Raider, Shattered Glass – Fiona St. George, Sophia – Blood-Red Hood, and Codename: Lazarus – Mortal Fear.
The weapon blueprints that are being included as a part of this crossover include the QQ9 – Dragon’s Roar, ICR – Witch’s Gift, S36 – Caterpillar’s Poetry, Striker – Death Spiral, and LW3-Tundra – Red Queen’s Rebuke available for the premium battle pass owners.
However, those who do not have the premium tier of the battle pass can be reassured as developers have some free rewards, too. This includes the LW3-Tundra Sniper Rifle and the AK117 – The Last Hope.
One of the most prominent gameplay inclusions beyond the cosmetics is the Atrium multiplayer map. Atrium was first seen in 2019’s PC version Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
This map raises the heartbeat and promises intense gameplay in close quarters. As a part of the upcoming 1000 Blades event, CoD: Mobile players can collect daggers to exchange them for the FFAR 1 – Mad Hatter’s Revenge weapon blueprint and the Operator: Zero- Soldier Royal Skin.
All these changes will be interesting for Call of Duty: Mobile players. There will also be new seasonal challenges, and the end is far from CoD: Mobile, contrary to the fears after the introduction of Vanguard Mobile. Call of Duty: Mobile is here to stay; players can enjoy it immediately.
About Call of Duty: Mobile
Call of Duty: Mobile is a free-to-play first-person shooter video game developed by TiMi Studio Group and published by Activision for Android and iOS.
It was released on October 1, 2019, and was one of the most significant mobile game launches in history, generating over US$480 million with 270 million downloads within a year. Call of Duty: Mobile was published in other regions by Garena, Tencent Games, VNG Corporation, and TiMi Studio Group.