One of the previously added game modes in Call of Duty: Mobile, Night Mode, has recently made a comeback with an added challenge. This time, COD Mobile players will have to be more conservative with how long they use their night vision goggles as it can now run out of battery and needs to recharge for a few seconds. This adds a new challenge for players as they venture in pitch black areas and sneak up on enemies. The COD Mobile Night Mode is inspired by the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare franchise. The COD Mobile Night Mode will last for over a week and will be available for maps, Crush and Summit.
COD Mobile: Night Mode Returns With an Added Challenge
A new game mode called Night Mode Enhanced has recently been added to COD Mobile. This game mode is similar to the previously released Night Mode but with an added challenge for players. The night vision goggles provided in the match can now run out of battery if used for more extended periods and need to be recharged.
This might seem like a small change, but this makes a big difference in the gameplay. Players will have to monitor their goggles, especially when fighting enemies in dark areas. If players run out of battery during critical situations, it could put them at a disadvantage. Night vision goggles will recharge after running out of battery, so players will have to consider charging it if they feel they are at a safe spot. Players will have to be vigilant at all times as they can’t always use their night vision goggles.
The COD Mobile Night Mode Enhanced is currently available for the maps Summit and Crash and will last for a week.
The Night Mode Enhanced is just a few of the contents featured in the third season of COD Mobile. A lot of upcoming content will be released, including the Swords and Stones mode, where players can only use melee and grenades during the match.