Call of Duty Mobile To Remove Zombie Mode from March 25


Call of Duty: Mobile’s Zombie Mode is all set to go from the main game from March 25. Yes, the makers have decided to remove the Zombie mode from the Call of Duty’s mobile platform.

The community page updates with all the information about this mode which has clearly stated that the Zombie mode is being removed from March 25 for Mobile users. The reason behind the removable of the Zombie mode is due to lack of quality standards.

Apparently, Activision has stated that we already had mentioned that the Zombie mode in Call of Duty’s mobile platform was released for testing purpose. They were trying to collect the feedbacks from the real players of the game.

The company stated in its official community page, “We wanted to see the reception, see the feedback, and see how we can potentially shape the mode for the future. However, the mode just didn’t reach the level of quality that we desire. The second map, Nacht Der Untoten, is also not releasing in the global version.”

Furthermore, Activision has also said that they are now focusing more on improving the Call of Duty: Mobile edition. What’s exciting here is the Zombie mode is not completely dead. We might get to see the upgraded Zombie mode on the Call of Duty: Mobile edition anytime in future.

They have also stated that they could bring the standard Zombie mode back to the game but there’s no confirmation made by them. They are working on the side to make the Zombie Mode more advanced and standard to match with the quality standards of the original game.

Once they are done with the development of the Zombie Mode, they will make an announcement about the availability of the mode for Mobile platforms back.

If we talk about the past, the Call of Duty: Mobile edition was launched last year. It’s indeed a big hit as it has already crossed the 100 million mark on the Mobile platforms. The game has its own fanbase and players are liking the Multiplayer Mode and new maps of the game. They are happily playing the game on their respective Android and iOS devices.

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