The game’s latest season of content will introduce two chaotic multiplayer maps, Shoot House and Shipment.
Shoot House first appeared in 2019’s Call of Duty Modern Warfare, which also included an updated version of Shipment, a map which debuted in 2007’s Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.
Call of Duty Mobile Season 2 will also include two new weapons, the SP-R 208 marksman rifle and the AS VAL assault rifle, plus the Napalm Scorestreak.
New game modes will include Tank Battle in the Battle Royale rotation and Gunfight Sniper.
Ghost from Modern Warfare, voiced by Jeff Leach, will also be added in Call of Duty Mobile Season 2.
The free-to-play shooter reached Season 13 in December 2020 before Activision chose to start with a clean slate and refresh its content seasons with the introduction of a brand-new Season One in January 2021.
A job advert for an executive producer of features on “a new AAA mobile FPS in the Call of Duty franchise” was then spotted in September 2020 before being taken offline. It included multiple references to Warzone Mobile, suggesting Activision was planning to bring the battle royale hit to new platforms.
And earlier this month, Call of Duty Mobile launched a survey (via Modern Warzone) asking players if they’d like to see “new battle royale maps (for example Verdansk from Call of Duty Warzone or Eclipse from Call of Duty : Black Ops 4)”.
Warzone Season 2, which launched on February 25, will be the last to take place on Verdansk, VGC understands. At the end of Season 2, the game will finally transition to its second, 1980s-themed map, with new locations based around the Black Ops series.