Everything you need to know about COD Mobile Season 9
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The popular Call of Duty: Mobile title is set to release its brand new Season 9 in the coming week. While the season was originally going to release on August 8, the developers decided to delay the launch. According to the devs, more time is needed to implement everything they want to add to COD Mobile.

Though we don’t know everything that’s planned for the season, we do know a few pieces of content thanks to some hints and reveals from the developers. Here’s everything you need to know about Season 9 and its release date.

COD Mobile Season 9 release date

At the time of writing, no official date has been revealed for Season 9. However, the COD Mobile Reddit account did state that the season’s arrival is coming within the next week. They simply want to ensure that everything is accurate and no bugs make their way into the update.

COd Mobile Season 9 release date

With this extension, if you’re a little behind on your Season 8 Battle Pass, now is the perfect time to grind some extra tiers. We should see a confirmation for Season 9’s launch a few days before, so it shouldn’t surprise anyone.

The content coming with the update

So far, we have three solid pieces of intel we know is arriving with Season 9. The first of which is the Gunsmith; the next addition we got wind of was the map Shipment 1944 will be arriving with Season 9. If you played Call of Duty: WWII, then you know exactly what this map is. If you didn’t, prepare for nonstop action and a barrage of grenades.

The last bit of information we have was just revealed today. The COD Mobile Twitter account announced that a new 10v10 mode is coming to the game. Essentially Ground War from older titles, this mode simply has eight more players on any given map.

Once a release date for Season 9 is locked down, more content should be revealed. Until then, 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 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.