COD Mobile Season 9 conquest release date gunsmith
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Yet another season is coming to Call of Duty: Mobile. Releasing on Saturday, August 15 at 8:00 pm ET, Season 9, named “Conquest,” will offer players more content than ever before. The developers of COD Mobile have teased most of the content that players can expect beforehand. However, there are bound to be a few surprises in store for the dedicated fan base of the popular mobile title. Let’s check out everything coming to Season 9 Conquest.

COD Mobile Season 9

While this update was originally set to release last week, Activision stated that the developers needed more time to ensure everything was ready. According to the publishers, the Season 9 update is “massive” and isn’t like other updates in the past. Of course, this tease just got the community even more excited for COD Mobile‘s biggest installment yet.

As previously stated, Season 9 of COD Mobile is now set for a launch on August 15 or August 16, depending on your time zone. Coming with the season are several new pieces of content that players have anxiously waited for. Below, you can see a list of the expected features coming with Season 9.

Multiplayer

  • Gunsmith
  • 10v10 Ground War
  • Shipment 1944 map
  • Kilo Bolt-Action Rifle
  • Shield Turret Scorestreak

Battle Royale

  • Armor Plates in the floor loot pool
  • Custom Loadouts (ala Call of Duty: Warzone)
  • Weapon Modifications
  • New POIs
  • Hacker Class

COD Mobile will also introduce its sixth Ranked Series. This means that your current rank will reset and you’ll need to be placed all over again. However, new ranked rewards will be available depending on where you ended up in Ranked Series 5.

This should be a huge update in terms of size, so make sure your mobile device or PC has enough space.

Make sure to stay tuned to Daily Esports for all future updates on COD Mobile Season 9.

Joey Carr
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.