Call of Duty: Mobile Beta testing has begun, allowing players to learn about the content of Season 6 in advance. The latest Beta version is provided to Android and iOS users through the “apk” and test flight programs, respectively. The development has been shared on the official CallOfDutyMobile of the subsection f/CallOfDutyMobile in Call of Duty: Mobile, and some new content will appear in the build. There are new maps, new operator skills, battle royale optimizations and UI changes.
Call of Duty: The mobile team shared details of the latest beta versions of Android and iOS on Reddit. It brings some features and changes that may enter Season 6 or even Season 7 of Call of Duty: Mobile. Currently, Season 5 is running on the stable version of the game. According to a Reddit post, the public beta of Call of Duty: Mobile includes two new multiplayer maps called Slums and Stacks. There are new operator skills, consecutive points, perks, and grenade types.
The battle royale mode has also been optimized. This version will also include some UI changes and improvements. This version does not include the upcoming zombie mode.
Since this is a beta version, please note that it may have problems, and there may be placeholder text in some areas. The content in the beta version may or may not enter the final version. It may even skip the next season and return in the following season. As of now, there is no end date for this Beta test. Android users can download the 64-bit or 32-bit version of the game, while iOS users can go to the test flight link. Please note that both platforms provide a limited number of slots for Beta testers.
The developer stated that all data collected through the test will eventually be deleted, adding that the content is suitable for people over 16 years old.
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