Call of Duty: Mobile, the mobile version of the popular first-person shooter franchise; Call of Duty, was launched three months ago. Since the launch, the game has managed to engage millions of gamers in both Team Deathmatch and Battle Royale modes. Not only this, Call of Duty: Mobile won the Best Mobile Game title too.
Well, Season 2 is about to end, and players are already waiting for the new content to be added in the Call of Duty: Mobile Season 3. (If you are interested to know, you can check out our recent article. READ NOW.) And here we are again with some more news related to the upcoming season.
Recently a lot of Call of Duty fans posted images on the various social media platform. The images show a blue coloured spot in the sky in Battle Royale map of Call of Duty: Mobile.
Like all fans, you might be searching for this strange phenomenon. Well, you got the question, we have the answers. According to us, the blue light spot in the sky is indicating the new theme of the upcoming Call of Duty: Mobile season 3.
We do not have the exact details as of now, but according to different theories, the upcoming season will be based on a theme. The theme is named Nuclear Apocalypse, according to the data miners.
Some theories suggest that season 3 will bring the Nuclear Apocalypse event, where players will be able to see the nuclear bomb destroying a part of the map. Well, Call of Duty: Mobile is the first battle royale to make changes to the map like that. Major Fortnite Vibes!
And again, nothing can be said precisely about this upcoming event. But, we will update you with the latest related news, so, stay tuned!
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