Note:This post has been updated on March 13. Check out the updated content at the end of this post.
Feb 10:Call of Duty: Mobile is currently the most popular game on the mobile platform, which was launched back in October 2019 by Tencent. Tencent studios brought the mobile version of the popular first-person shooter game series. The game was downloaded 148 million times in just a month and generated $54 million of revenue breaking all existing records in the mobile gaming history.
The credits for the popularity of CODM go the developer team, which has successfully engaged the players right from the beginning. The regular updates in the game bring new game modes, new skins, and time-limited events, and maintain the engagement of the players.
Well, season 3 of Call of Duty: Mobile released last month and brought a list of new content. The next season, viz., season 4 is almost a month away from the official release. But, we are continuously receiving several leaks related to the upcoming DLC.
Earlier this week, a leak surfaced on the internet and suggested that the developers are planning to bring fan-favorite Lightning Strike scorestreak in Call of Duty: Mobile. Well, you can check out the details below.
(Update – February 28)
Season 3 of Call of Duty: Mobile is about to wrap up. And now it’s official that season 4 update will arrive on March 1 for the global version of CODM. Also, the developers officially announced several details of the new content update in the game.
According to the official in-game announcements, the new map called Cage will be available at the starting of season 4 and other than this a new operator-skill called HIVE will be available with the new season. Well, we are expecting some official announcements by the developers and eagerly waiting for the official confirmation of the Lightning Strike scorestreak.
It’s not official for now, stay tuned, we will update you with latest news and leaks.
Also, do not forget to check out our previous posts, where we have mentioned leaked info about upcoming content in the game.
(Update – March 13)
Well, season 4 has already been released but there are no talks about the arrival of any new operator skill or scorestreak. We were expecting developers to follow the same pattern, where they announce the name of the upcoming scorestreak and release it later. But, this time the no official announcements have been made about the upcoming content.
Also, previously we mentioned that the new scorestreak called Lightning Strike will be available in season 4, but things didn’t go as we expected. Developers are working to bring the new scorestreak in CODM for sure, as it was found in the game files. That’s why we can expect Lightning Strike to arrive in Call of Duty: Mobile season 5 along with new weapons and new operators.
Talking about the new scorestreak, we mentioned the details of Lightning Strike, if you have never heard about it before.
Twitter leaker (@CODM_murdablast) suggested that the “Lightning Strike” scorestreak would be available soon in the Call of Duty: Mobile. He shared the image which is probably datamined from the game files. Well, the leaker also claimed the arrival of XS1 Goliath in season 3, which turned out to be true.
Well, the leaker hasn’t mentioned anything about its arrival. But, do not expect any new scorestreak before Call of Duty: Season 5 update. Later on, Lightning Strike will be made available with the in-game events.
So, let’s talk about Lightning Strike now. Lightning Strike made its debut with Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 in November 2012. To earn the Lightning Strike scorestreak reward, the players need to earn 750 scorestreak points.
In this scorestreak, three different bombs are dropped by the FA38 fighter jets. The players can select the locations of the drop zones. And not only this, when Lightning Strike is called, a UAV sweep reveals the enemy locations.
Check out the Call of Duty: Mobile – Black Ops 2 gameplay for more –
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