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Mobile Gaming: Call of duty Mobile new Season

Call of duty has released its 14th season of call of duty mobile game but has gone against the norm and named it season 1.

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Mobile Gaming: Call of Duty

Call of duty has released its 14th season of call of duty mobile game but has gone against the norm and named it season 1.

This is an attempt to refresh the seasons with the brand-new season one for 2021.

The new season is filled with brand new character skins, with a brand new action packed Battle royale mode, a new map and new weapons.

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Call of duty mobile has brought life to the mobile gaming world with the amazing graphics and gameplay not seen previously with mobile games.

The new operator skill introduced which includes Gravity vortex gun unlocked at tier 14 is exciting for blasting your enemy into weightlessness.

FR 556

Also introduced are new guns, which include the FR 556 unlocked at tier 21 that packs a punch.

SKS

The SKS is another weapon introduced that is a marksman rifle has fast-firing long-range capabilities.

A new map has been introduced known as Requiem, which is a dilapidated shopping complex for great multiplayer action.

New game modes include blitz, which is a battle royale game with 40 players in a fast-timed match of 10 minutes. However, more items are filled to allow players to move quickly as time runs out.

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A new 3v3 gunfight and a 20 player Attack of the undead has been added. A new battle royale class desperado has been added, which includes an armored shield turret that can be placed down.

This exciting class allows you to rain bullets on your enemies in battle royale. New premium battle pass includes skins from or inspired by cyberpunk including FTL, Prophet, David Mason and Spectre.

Also blueprints for the Cordite, Locus, the FR.556, the HBRa3 and the HG-40. This is a fun-packed and adrenaline-pumping new season one from COD mobile.

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Injuries in PES 2021?

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I have been playing Konami’s PES Mobile for quite some time now, since 2019 actually and for the first time, I have encountered player injuries.

While to some this might be news even now, I did some research and found out that injuries have been in PES since 2019, but they just have not been occurring frequently.

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And while earlier on players could be injured during a match and not miss the next fixture, currently it may take a couple of fixtures before a player can be returned to the first team or bench

Since I got my first player injured, my squad has now been subject to frequent injuries, probably because I am too lazy to make substitutions and the auto-subs take players off quite late in the game. So yeah, fatigue could be one of the reasons why, but also untidy tackles.

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So maybe it would be better if you rest your key players once in a while or just get used to checking out their stamina during the match and subbing them, especially if you are just starting out and you do not have many options to choose from.

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I would say injuries could be a plus to Konami, well, they are not a good thing, but it shows the company’s effort to try and make the game realistic.

Though not yet there, I think many mobile gamers will agree that Konami have the best mobile football game by far as compared to FIFA.

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Activision Blizzard sued over female Call of Duty character

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Activision Blizzard, the gaming company that developed call of duty games, has been sued over a copyright infringement violation.

The violation is in form of one character known as Mara, who is in the call of duty modern warfare game.

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Image: Infinity Ward, Sledgehammer Games/Activision

Clayton Haugen, the writer and videographer, filed the lawsuit. Clayton claims Activision used the character, who is based on the lead character of his novel known as November Resistance, without his authorisation.

He additionally claims that he was the one who brought the concept of the character Mara, known as Cade Janus in his novel back in 2017.

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The novel portrays Cade Janus as female vigilante caught up in corporate warfare of the future with her actions being directed by an AI.

Clayton further claims that he had taken a lot of time in the concept’s development of the character from hiring the model known as Alex Zedra to her makeup crew, costumes, and a camera team.

He also says that he had registered the character in the US copyright department.

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Haugen has also claimed that Activision went further by hiring the same model and makeup artist to develop their character and also referenced his concept art on their character Mara.

His lawsuit further draws parallels to the in-game character and the one from the novel. This because they are both similar in their skill as a fighter.

Haugen filed the infringement lawsuit in a Texas court and alleged that Activision Blizzard and Infinity war made the model Alex Zedra and the whole makeup team to sign a non-disclosure agreement to conceal the ploy of copyright infringement.

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Haugen has also posted several pictures of the model on his social media platform to prove his case.

He will seek a huge compensation from the millions Activision Blizzard have earned from the character if he wins the case.

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