COD Mobile Season 11 update brings Fennec SMG and other new content
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The biggest update in the history of COD Mobile will release very soon. Slated to launch tomorrow, Wednesday, October 14 at 5 pm PT, the community eagerly anticipates Season 11. Since the popular mobile game is celebrating its one-year anniversary, the developers are going big. There’s going to be a new event, a stacked Battle Pass, and other content coming both at release and throughout the season. Earlier today, the COD Mobile team confirmed some of the content arriving tomorrow. This includes the Fennec submachine gun, along with a new map and mode.

What’s coming in the COD Mobile Season 11 update?

While players got a peak of the roadmap for Season 11 earlier in the week, it wasn’t 100% official. Still, its information was correct, as the official Twitter account for COD Mobile tweeted out the same details earlier today.

Now, fans know exactly what to expect when the Season 11 update rolls through. Coming at launch, players can expect to see the Fennec SMG, which is a popular weapon in Call of Duty: Warzone right now. Also, a new Gunfight and Duel map called King is slated to arrive along with the game mode Cranked.

In terms of cosmetics, there is a slew of items featured on the premium Battle Pass. This includes weapon variants, as well as skins for the various characters in the game. However, if you’re not looking to spend the $10 for the premium pass, you’ll still receive some items on the free version. One of those items is the new Advanced UAV scorestreak, which has been highly requested for months.

There’s a solid amount of content coming as soon as Season 11 launches. However, what won’t be coming on arrival is the Halloween Standoff map. COD Mobile developers stated that the map would be “coming soon,” most likely closer to October 31.

You can presumably start downloading the Season 11 update tomorrow, October 14, at around 8 pm ET. Just keep a lookout on your device’s update page. Make sure to keep up with Daily Esports for all Call of Duty news.

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.