We already know a lot about COD: Mobile Season 3, entitled Tokyo Escape, including the Japanese-themed Battle Pass, the new maps, and more. Now, it is time to take a look at the COD: Mobile Season 3 patch notes, which includes a new class called Spotter, a new event entitled Swords & Stones, as well as improvements and optimizations, including attachment changes.
COD: Mobile Season 3: New Spotter class
Coming a bit later in COD: Mobile Season 3, set to release in "early May 2021" is the new Battle Royale class called Spotter.
Players will be able to unlock the Spotter class in the "Quick Hands" seasonal challenge for COD: Mobile Season 3.
The Spotter plays an essential support role in any Battle Royale squad as an anti-aircraft specialist. It can inflict cluster bombing in a designated area and increases the reload speed of the rocket launcher.
COD: Mobile - Sword & Stones and Night Modes
As the name might suggest, the new COD: Mobile Season 3 mode as revealed by the patch notes is a melee-only mode with an "anger buff".
At the time of writing it is unclear exactly when the new mode will be available. There's not a lot of details on this mode just yet.
The COD: Mobile Season 3 patch notes did explain that: "Compete in new Multiplayer playlists with the introduction of Swords & Stones and Night Modes, arriving later in Season 3. In Swords & Stones, Operators deploy with melee weapons and grenades only. Take out enemies for a boost to your movement and attack speed, and fight for the Shadow Blade Operator Skill when it airdrops onto the map."
In terms of Night Modes, there will be available on several maps a bit later in COD: Mobile Season 3.
A description reads: "Equip battery-charged night vision goggles in the updated Night Modes. Land your kills when the light’s still on, then slink away when it’s time for a recharge. Stay sharp and listen for every step in the shadows."
COD: Mobile Season 3 patch notes: Attachments & Improvements
In multiplayer, the COD: Mobile Season 3 patch notes has some improvements to general gameplay, including Napalm explosions.
First up, the flame range is slightly increased, and the speed of the plane will also increase. The missile's fall speed is increased, so it's basically a buff to the Napalm strike.
Activision has optimized the gun production system attachment model.
Speaking of attachments, the COD: Mobile Season 3 patch notes as per the COD: Mobile Intel blog, have revealed several changes and improvements to the game's attachments for different weapons.
- Type25-Fast reload, 46 round expansion magazine
- AK117 – 48-round expansion magazine, YKM built-in silencer
- AK47-Large expansion magazine B
- RUS-79U-50 expansion magazine
- GKS – YKM built-in silencer
- MW11-.45 lightweight silencer
- CHICOM – YKM built-in silencer, strike front handle, tactical front handle A
- RPD-OWC extension barrel
- LK24 – OWC Ranger
- Razorback-MIP extension lightweight barrel
- XPR-50-Long RTG
- UL736 – RTG 25.4” extension barrel, strike front handle, tactical front handle A
- M4 – YKM built-in silencer lightweight
- Chopper-MIP strike butt
- M16-39 expansion magazine, 48 expansion magazine
- Fennec-Strike Front Handle, Tactical Front Handle A, Laser Position
- HG40-Strike Front Handle, Tactical Front Handle A
- MSMC-Strike Front Handle, Tactical Front Handle A
- NA-45-Strike Front Handle, Tactical Front Handle A
So there you have it, all the COD: Mobile Season 3 patch notes available thus far.
We will keep you updated once there are more COD: Mobile Season 3 patch notes available.
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