The third season of Call of Duty Mobile’s current iteration will be going live this Friday, 16th April, on iOS and Android.
As with all seasons, the arrival of Tokyo Escape also brings a Battle Pass, which includes rewards for new operators, blueprints, weapons, charms, calling cards and CoD Points. After purchasing the Battle Pass, you can earn these rewards for simply playing the game and beating multiplayer matches.
There’ll also be some free tiers of the pass though in case you can’t buy into it, with the new operator skill Bull Charge unlocking at Tier 14 and the revamped PP19 Bizon unlockable after reaching Tier 21.
The Tokyo Escape season for Call of Duty Mobile also introduces two new maps to the game. They’re called Oasis and Coastal, with the former being a port of a map that first appeared in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 way back in 2011. Oasis is set in a luxury desert hotel while Coastal depicts a small sea town.
It wouldn’t be a new Call of Duty Mobile season with some game modes to go along with it, though. Swords & Stones is coming with this next update, which is a new mode to test your melee combat skills. Night Mode maps are also being revamped with a new mode, where you’re given a set of battery-powered night vision goggles with limited vision and must track the sound of enemy footsteps to predict their location.
The new Tokyo Escape season for Call of Duty Mobile includes much more content, including the new Spotter class for Battle Royale, new seasonal challenges, and the new two-week long exclusive Warrior’s Path event in which you can earn special rewards like operator skins and blueprints.