MGT Call of Duty: Mobile,Season 9 Reasons Why 10v10 Should Stay in Call of Duty: Mobile

Reasons Why 10v10 Should Stay in Call of Duty: Mobile


Every season of Call of Duty: Mobile brings a fresh and mostly new game mode for players to enjoy and Season 9 was no different. As basic as it may sound, 10v10 completely changed the landscape of Multiplayer and I’m surprised to say that I’ll be very sad to see it go and think that it should be made a permanent feature.

As you may already know, I’m a huge fan of Call of Duty: Mobile’s Battle Royale mode and barely pay any attention to the Multiplayer aspect of the game but, thanks to 10v10, I’ve spent way more hours and had way more fun playing in Multiplayer and it has definitely made an impact on my plan for the season.

While I would usually make a sprint for Legendary Rank in Battle Royale, I’ve been taking my time, enjoying this new game mode, and making the most out of the chaotic action. That might come to an end soon as the new season is only 2 days away.

So, let’s look back at this amazing game mode and why it deserves a permanent spot on the Multiplayer playlist.




What Is 10v10 Mode?

As many experienced players will know, matches in Call of Duty: Mobile is traditionally played with 5 players on each team. It was the same for every game of Domination, Hardpoint, Search & Destroy, and Team DeathMatch but his new mode takes the mobile gaming experience to the next level.

As action-packed as the regular formula may be, it’s all been ramped up to the max by doubling the number of players on each map to turn these limited encounters into a full-on frenzy of gunfire. The only downside, though, is the fact that Domination and Team Deathmatch are the only match modes available but I think that’s for the better.

The all-out warfare and chaos that comes with having so many players on one map are intense and simply wouldn’t work in a match mode that didn’t have respawns, like Search & Destroy, so I don’t mind having that limited selection although I think Hardpoint would have been a great addition.

The standard rules of Domination and Team Deathmatch still apply but there’s a much higher chance of finding enemies and a lot more bullets that you need to dodge and maneuver around.



Gotta Love The Chaos

Without a doubt, the thing that keeps me coming back for more and more of that good 10v10 action is the sheer chaos and mayhem of it all. It’s easy to forget the fact that these maps weren’t designed to accommodate so many people. There’s barely any time to get into a good position before you’ve found your first target and the fight begins.

Every corner you turn around could potentially have an enemy waiting for you, every respawn could instantly make you someone’s target but, at the same time, always having players in front of you to shoot means that you’ve got full permission to let loose and squeeze that trigger to your heart’s content.

This is especially true when playing on the new Shipment 1944 map. I mean, I did get killed a few times but I was able to unleash the full fury of my AK117 as enemy after enemy got shot down like pins in a bowling alley. The exhilaration is unlike any other and every player needs to experience it at least once.


The Grind, The Grind, The Grind!

The brand new Call of Duty: Modern Warfare was released in 2019 and it brought with it one of the most revolutionary features in modern first-person shooter history. I’m talking about none other than The Gunsmith. The ultimate weapon customization tool and now we have it in the Mobile Scene as well.

One of Gunsmith’s most popular features is the new Grindable Camos that are available for each gun which comes in a variety of different styles and can be unlocked by completing challenges that are unique to each gun. The skins range from Tiger Camo to even Dragon Camo and they look amazing, to say the least.

The Camo challenges can be simple, like getting a certain amount of kills, or a little more complicated, like getting a certain amount of headshots, but they make for a great incentive and there’s even a special Gold Camo for anyone willing to unlock all the skins they have to offer.

10v10 is the perfect game mode for players just looking to grind out their weapons, level them up, and unlock the best skins for your gun since there are so many players on the map and there’s ample opportunity to get all those hip-fire kills and longshot kills that you need.



Big Improvements Being Made

Since the beginning of time, the saying has always remained true: the only way to get better is to practice, practice, and practice. Sure, I’ve been playing a few of the other match modes in the past but I’ve honestly never felt my skills improve as fast as they have been through 10v10.

The speed at which you encounter new enemies and engage in firefights with the opposing team is addictive and, before you even have a chance to ponder your death, you’re right back in it again, ready to try any and everything you might have learned to try and stay alive.

I barely touched a lot of the movement controls, like going prone while reloading or sliding around corners, but I found myself trying them out more and more and I’m at the point where I just want to keep playing 10v10 on Shipment so that I can nail down all these important game mechanics.


Please Don’t Go!

I’ve spoken a lot in the past about the tragedy of Zombies mode and how much fun Attack of The Undead was during Season 7, but I’d trade all that in if we got to keep this incredible game mode full time in Call of Duty: Mobile. I don’t even play competitively that much.

This is the most fun I’ve had in the Mobile Multiplayer and I just don’t want it to stop, especially since I’ve got a ton of weapons to level up, camos to grind for, and builds to perfect and I’m able to do it all every day with ease thanks to the addictive style of 10v10. So please..let it stay!

Have you played 10v10 mode? what do you think about his incredible new feature? Let me know in the comments section below.

-Stevius Maximus

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