The Holger 26 and the MK2 Carbine, both from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone, will be added to the Call of Duty: Mobile arsenal in Season 4. COD: Mobile does not appear to get as much recognition as its PC and console counterparts, but the on-the-go shooter has made quite a name for itself. TiMi Studios, for example, raised $10 billion in sales in 2020, quickly becoming the world’s most lucrative production house in the previous year.
As Activision and TiMi Studios continue to release new material, the game’s popularity is expected to grow even further. In reality, the current season of material, Season 3, will end this week on May 26, implying that Season 4 may follow soon after.
The forthcoming season of COD: Mobile will include the Dome map from Modern Warfare 3, as well as the Capture the Gold game mode and a slew of other updates and tweaks. A couple of more notable additions are also on the way.
Call of Duty: Mobile’s official Twitter account announced that two more weapons would be added to the squad for the upcoming season over the weekend. According to Charlie INTEL, the arms in question are the Holger 26 and the MK2 Carbine, all of which appear in COD: Modern Warfare and Warzone. The arms are seen immersed in the sand in the image below, with the caption “One’s rubbish… is another’s treasure.”
✨ One's trash… is another's treasure.
— Call of Duty: Mobile (@PlayCODMobile) May 22, 2021
The MK2 Carbine is a lever-action marksman rifle that will blend right in with COD: Mobile’s Wild West-themed fourth season, also known as Spurned and Burned. Given its Light Machine Gun capabilities, the Holger 26 should be able to hold attackers at bay as well.
In the fall of 2019, Activision’s flagship first-person shooter, Call of Duty: Mobile was released for Android and iOS, introducing the world of Activision’s flagship first-person shooter to mobile devices. Since then, it’s also made a significant difference in the smartphone industry in almost two years.
Call of Duty: Mobile recently reached a whopping 500 million installs globally, not to mention making a lot of money for creator TiMi Studios. Activision announced the achievement earlier this month and rewarded players with ten free Radio Current Crates as a thank you.