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Fan favourite map returning in Call of Duty Mobile

Call of Duty mobile is entering into its tenth season, and a teaser for season 10 has shown some of the content coming in the update and confirms Terminal is making its way into the map pool.

Since releasing back in October of 2019, CoD mobile has brought back some of the most popular maps, weapons, and characters from the previous titles.

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Maps from Call of Duty 4, Black Ops, Modern Warfare 2, and even CoD: WWII have been brought back. Season 9 of CoD Mobile was WWII themed as is still in full swing, but fans are keen to find out what content will be coming in the next season.

Call of Duty®: Mobile Map Snapshot: Highrise
Highrise, from Modern Warfare 2 was added to the game in Season 8

Modern Warfares iconic map Highrise, made its way into the game back in Season 8, a map many fans have been asking to be brought back to the console/pc version for a while now and now Terminal is set to be released with season 10, although it has been live on the CoD Mobile test server since before season 9.

“Attention passengers, Flight #: 83764625 is now boarding!⁣⁣” was tweeted by the PlayCODMobile Twitter account on August 29, including a photo of the main building from Terminal covered in rain.

They added that the map is “coming to COD Mobile in the next season” and for now it’s the only piece of content being released in the season that we know about.

The map was somewhat hidden behind a rainy window

When Terminal first released on the test server, fans thought it would be releasing with season 9, but the map didn’t fit the World War II theme of the update. The developers then confirmed it wasn’t coming with Season 9 but told fans to keep an eye on future updates.

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