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'Call Of Duty: Mobile' Zombies Mode Arrives Tomorrow

'Call Of Duty: Mobile' Zombies Mode Arrives Tomorrow

The dead won't stop dying.

Ewan Moore

Ewan Moore

We finally know exactly when we can expect the long-awaited Zombies mode to arrive in Call Of Duty: Mobile. The incredibly popular mobile version of the iconic FPS franchise has been a huge hit, but fans have been desperate to know when the undead hordes would finally shuffle their way towards the portable shooter.

Activision teased just over a week ago that Zombies would be joining the game imminently. "Over the past month there is one request that we have seen every single day, 'where is Zombies?'," the publisher wrote in an update. "It will be at your fingertips before you know it. Look to our social media channels as we prepare to show Zombies to the world!"

While that didn't really give us much to go on, Activision was obviously true to its word. We really don't have very long to wait at all, in fact, as the much-requested mode arrives tomorrow (Friday November 22nd). The news was officially confirmed by the publisher over on Twitter, along with a short teaser video of the Zombies mode logo taking over the Call Of Duty: Mobile logo. Check it out for yourself below.

Zombies is the third main mode to join Call of Duty: Mobile since the game launched back in October. As promised, Activision has been regularly updating the mobile shooter with a slew of maps, limited time events, and even a Battle Royale mode. Frankly, I think the mobile shooter has surprised everyone by being far, far better than we expected a mobile Call of Duty game would be.

Activision also confirmed that controller support will soon be making its way to the game. Another hugely requested feature, the publisher reasons that those using a controller will undoubtedly have a big advantage over those using just their mobile device and thumbs.

As a result, Activision just wants to ensure that the feature has been implemented in a fair and balanced manner, so extra work is being carried out on the game's matchmaking.

Call Of Duty Mobile

In its first week of release, Call Of Duty: Mobile was was downloaded over 100 million times, making it the biggest mobile game launch in history. It's no surprise then, that Activision is now assessing which of its other IPs could make the jump to mobile devices.

Activision sees mobile as a "big opportunity". Blizzard President and Chief Operating Officer Coddy Johnson said during an earnings call last week that the company is currently assessing other franchises that could make the jump to mobile.

Featured Image Credit: Activision

Topics: Call of Duty, Battle Royale