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Call of Duty: Mobile (formerly known as Call of Duty: Legends of War, and Elite Squad in its pre-alpha phase) is a free mobile first-person shooter that was released first in Alpha on December 15th, 2018 for Android systems only in Australia. [2]

On March 18th, 2019, Activision officially announced the game, now called Call of Duty: Mobile. [3] [4] On September 18th, 2019, a release was announced and the game was released worldwide on October 1st, 2019. [5] At launch, the game was not available in Belgium, mainland China, and Vietnam. On April 20, 2020, the game was released in Vietnam. On December 25, 2020, the game was released in China. [6]

The game surpassed 35 million downloads on the Apple Store and Google Play on its first three days worldwide[7] and reached 100 million downloads during its first week[8]. By the end of 2019, Call of Duty: Mobile reached 180 million downloads worldwide[9]. By June 2020, the game has over 250 million downloads and generated nearly $327 million[10]. As of May 2021, the game surpassed 500 million downloads[11] and generated over $1 billion.[12]

It can be seen as somewhat of a spiritual successor to Call of Duty: Online, due to a similar approach of a "mega-game", as the former had, along with taking several weapons and various other things from the former.


Similarly to Call of Duty: Online, Call of Duty: Mobile is intended to be a collection of nearly every element of Call of Duty, including characters, weapons, and maps from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: World at War, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Call of Duty: WWII, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War and a Battle Royale mode similar to the Blackout mode from Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and the Call of Duty: Warzone.

Elite Squad

In October 2018, a trailer of a game called "Elite Squad" was leaked. While there are is no official information about this version, looking at available files shows that at this point TiMi Studios were not sure whether they would get the rights to Call of Duty or not. Because of this the game was developed in 2 versions. Some of the assets for the Elite Squad version where called "UNCOD". A lot of the Elite Squad assets still remain in the current files. These include, but are not limited to: weapon UI icons, weapon stat files, loading screens and text files.

Beta Phases

On May 16th, 2019, The Closed Beta was introduced to the Android platform. India was the first country to gain access to the beta, being able to test multiplayer initially. [13] On May 19th, 2019, Battle Royale mode was added. [14] The Closed beta in India ended on June 6th, 2019. [15] On June 10th, 2019, the Closed Beta started exclusively in Australia. [16] On June 14th, the IOS beta was released. The Closed beta in Australia ended in July 3th, 2019. [17] On September 16th, 2019, the Closed Beta started exclusively in Southeast Asia countries and Taiwan [18] The Closed Beta in Southeast Asia countries and Taiwan ended on September 26th, 2019. [19] On September 25th, 2019, the Closed Beta started exclusively in Korea. The Closed Beta in Korea ended in September 27th, 2019. [20]

Soft Launch

On July 18th, 2019, a soft launch began and the first countries that had access were Canada and Australia. [21] On August 15th, 2019, Peru was the new country added in the soft launch.


Call of Duty: Mobile's multiplayer features classic, "boots on the ground" gameplay that fans have come to love, and also features various fan-favorite weapons across almost every Call of Duty title. The game includes a slowly increasing amount of maps: Hijacked, Nuketown, Crash, Takeoff, Crossfire, Summit, Standoff, Raid, Killhouse and Firing Range. More maps are added as new updates are released.

There are ranked and non-ranked options. Ranked only contains 4 modes: Team Deathmatch, Domination, Hardpoint, Search and Destroy. Non-ranked can be played in any available modes and any available maps.

Similar to Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, the multiplayer features health-bars on top of each player's character, as well as red lights on the shoulders.

Killstreaks are replaced by scorestreaks, which are achieved by reaching a certain score. All players can also equip three scorestreaks at any given time.

The game also features Operator Skills which are similar to Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Call of Duty: Black Ops III and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. These Operator Skills are activated after a certain period of time and can be used to deal massive damage against enemies in order to gain an upper hand. Each Operator Skill has a unique function for operating.

The medals awarded in multiplayer are based on the medals from Call of Duty: Black Ops II.

A nuke that kills every player in the enemy team is also achievable with 20 weapon kills without dying. Scorestreak kills, like VTOLs, Stealth Choppers, and Sentry Guns do not count towards this total.

As of the Gunsmith Update introduced in Season 9 Conquest, the game now features weapon customization similar to that of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. Players can now choose from a variety of attachments ranging from different barrel attachments to even different ammunition attachments and perks as attachments. Players can see how each attachment affects their weapon statistics and the overall performance in terms of percentage.


Game Modes

Perks and Scorestreaks






Soap, Ghost, and Price fighting off the undead.

In an early build of Call of Duty: Mobile (while it was still known as Call of Duty: Legends of War), the Zombies mode featured various linear missions that can be completed in a few minutes instead of the usual round-based gameplay.

In this build, the missions were based on the Call of Duty: Black Ops II map; Green Run.

It featured online, 4-player co-op, and features the return of various classic enemies such as Brutus, the Avogadro, as well as the Napalm Zombie, dubbed "Infernos".

Zombie mode was officially launched on November 23, 2019, and the mode was completely rework compared to the Alpha version launched in Australia in December 2018.

The first map at launch was Shi no Numa and three modes were released: Survival mode and Raid mode where there are two difficulties; Normal Raid and Hardcore Raid. It also features the return of classic Perk-a-Colas Juggernog, Speed Cola, Double Tap Root Beer, Quick Revive, Deadshot Daiquiri, and Electric Cherry, as well as a new system known as Coins, which act similarly to GobbleGum from Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Zombies also features "Buffs", which are cheaper, non-perk slot bonuses that grant the player abilities such as increased weapon damage, increased health, etc.

On February 29th, 2020, TiMi Studios announced the Zombies mode will be removed from the game on March 25th, 2020 but with the promise to return in some point in the future[22]. On March 31st, 2021, TiMi Studios announced that a new Zombies experience would be released in Call of Duty: Mobile in late 2021.[23]

Zombies Easter Eggs

In Call of Duty Mobile Zombies, there are three known easter eggs.

The first Easter Egg (achievable only in the Hardcore Raid) is an additional boss known as the "Jubokko", which can be unlocked after activating the elevator and entering the second part of the map. In the center building there are 4 repair parts that can be picked up spawning both on the first and second floors, however, the Elevator only requires two parts to be repaired. After repairing the elevator the player(s) can activate it which sends them to the second part of the map called Zetsubou No Shima.

This part of the map contains two additional perk machines. Within this section of the map, there are blue plants with the ability to sprout large tendrils. Killing them all will grant the ability to get the codes to fight the Jubokko. The codes can be entered on a computer terminal in the adjacent room highlighted by a flashing red light.

Another Easter Egg involves shooting the blue crystal rock formation in the Northwestern section of the map, doing so enough times will spawn blue skulls. Shooting all the skulls will reward the players with a Power-Up.

Within the southeastern section of the map, in the furthest building, there is a set of pans hanging on the wall. Shooting them all will spawn a total of four blue plants around the map. Destroying them all will reward the players with a Max Ammo.

Battle Royale

The Battle Royale mode makes a return in Call of Duty: Mobile. The mode features 3 game modes, 1-player, 2-players, and 4-players modes. One map is available at launch, called Isolated, which features several locations from the Black Ops and Modern Warfare series. A 20 versus 20 mode (known as "Warfare") was also temporarily added to Battle Royale.

Players can also choose between two camera types, a third-person camera called TPP Shot Mode or a first-person camera called FPP Shot Mode. When you first begin Battle Royale, you’re presented with a quick overview displaying important game details, designed to get you into the action as quickly as possible, but with an overall understanding of the actions to undertake and the threats to face.

There is fall damage, but it can be easily avoided as the player automatically opens wingsuits when jumping off a high height. However, medium heights can still be dangerous. There are also ziplines for fast and easy travel.

Within Battle Royale, there are twelve classes that the player can choose between at the start of the game that each has unique attributes, including equipment and a perk that are only available for that class.

The classes include:

Only one player per squad or duo can select a class, forcing each person to select a different one.

As of Season 9 Conquest, weapons and attachments have been changed from something similar to the traditional PUBG style to a rarity system similar to Warzone. From Season 10 The Hunt, scopes are not pre-equipped and can be picked up or swapped. However, scopes cannot be swapped from Airdrop Arsenal Loadouts.

In Season 11 Anniversary, a new Batte Royale map was introduced called Alcatraz, initially as a season-exclusive and from Season 12 and onward, became a permanent map together with Isolated. However, in 2021 Season 2 Day of Reckoning, Alcatraz was then removed from the 24/7 playlist, as the development team did not want to keep supporting the game mode.


Because the game is free to play, it has plenty of in-app purchases. These are all the things players can purchase:

  • Draws/Crates
  • Weapon camouflages/blueprints
  • Operators/Operator variants
  • Grenade camouflages (lethal and non-lethal)
  • Battle Royale camouflages (classes, vehicles, wing suits, and parachutes)
  • Player avatars and avatar frames
  • Weapon XP cards/Player Rename card.

All skins come in 6 levels of Rarity: Common (grey), Uncommon (green), Rare (blue), Epic (purple), Legendary (orange), and Mythic (red). Common usually denoted base weapons.

As of the newer updates, the game now has a Battle Pass model similar to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare where players can play in order to level up. Inactive Battle Passes shall have only a few tiers free for players while active Battle Passes have all content available to those who purchased. At the cost of additional Call of Duty Points, players can buy the Battle Pass bundle which lets them buy the Battle Pass and skip a few tiers ahead.

Weapon Rarities

Before Season 9 Conquest, camos that were Rare or above would have perks attached to them. These perks would vary, and higher rarities would provide better perks than a lower rarity.

However, after Season 9 Conquest, when Gunsmith was introduced, Uncommon and Rare weapons became camo options, providing no strategic advantage. However, Epic and Legendary camos turned to weapon blueprints, which each had their own unique attachment set. Epic rarity would come with four attachments, while Legendary weapons came full equiped. Legendary weapons would also have unique kill animations. Usually Legendary Weapons are available in draws, whilst Epic weapons are available in draws, crates, Battle Passes, and events.

A new rarity was introduced in Season 11 Anniversary, called Mythic. The Mythic rarity uses a unique leveling system with unique Mythic cards which can be bought in a draw separate to the main weapon draw. Leveling up the Mythic level of a blueprint will unlock extra customization options, such as skins for attachments. The player can choose to use the default appearance of an attachment, or use the modified version. The differences are purely cosmetic, and have no strategic value.

Thus far, there are four Mythic weapons.

Seasons and Themes

Call of Duty: Mobile releases monthly-based seasons with varying themes and introduction of new characters, new weapons, new Operator Skills, new Scorestreaks, new Perks and new game modes. Starting the third season’s launch, the game developers named each season and battle pass to represent the current theme. Since season 6, comics were provided alongside the battle pass, with the story focusing about the theme of the season and picking up where it left off in the new season.

Call of Duty: Mobile Seasons and Battle Pass October 1, 2019-January 26, 2021
Season Official Name Battle Pass Release Date
Season 1 unnamed unnamed October 1, 2019
Season 2 unnamed unnamed November 25, 2019
Season 3 The Future Is Here Phantom Strike January 16, 2020
Season 4 Rise of Soap Disavowed March 1, 2020
Season 5 Steel Legion Steel Legion April 1, 2020
Season 6 Once Upon A Time In Rust Wild West May 1, 2020
Season 7 Radioactive Agent Radioactive Agent June 12, 2020
Season 8 The Forge The Forge July 10, 2020
Season 9 Conquest Conquest August 16, 2020
Season 10 The Hunt The Hunt September 10, 2020
Season 11 Anniversary Anniversary October 15, 2020
Season 12 Going Dark Going Dark November 11, 2020
Season 13 Wint3r War Wint3r War December 22, 2020

There are also Ranked Series' on Multiplayer and Battle Royale, which are unlockable as the player attains the required seasonal rank, known as "Tier". These rewards include themed weapon camouflage and weapon blueprints, character/character skin, avatar and avatar frame, vehicle skins, weapon cosmetics like stickers, charms and calling cards. Each season is known for its unique skinset that's related to the theme. Each Series would last for two months, or two seasons.

Call of Duty: Mobile Ranked Seasons October 1, 2019-March 10, 2021
Season Ranked Season Ranked Name Period Date
Series 1 Stars 09.2019 - 11.2019
Series 2 Snowflakes 11.2019 - 01.2020
Series 3 Yellow Snake 01.2020 - 03.2020
Series 4 Industrial Revolution 04.2020 - 06.2020
Series 5 Skulls and Blood 06.2020 - 08.2020
Series 6 Undead Crusade 08.2020 - 10.2020
Series 7 Royal Flush 10.2020 - 12.2020
Series 8 Winterwood 12.2020 - 03.2021

On January 21, 2021, Call of Duty: Mobile announced that in 2021, the Battle Pass Season number would be reset, thus returning the numbering to Season 1. The reason for the change, was to avoid in the future an exaggerated Season number. [24] The Battle Pass Season reset number will happen beginning of each year. [25]

Call of Duty: Mobile Seasons and Battle Pass January 27, 2021-present
Season Official Name Battle Pass Release Date
Season 1 New Order New Order January 27, 2021
Season 2 Day of Reckoning Day of Reckoning March 11, 2021
Season 3 Tokyo Escape Tokyo Escape April 17, 2021
Season 4 Spurned & Burned Spurned & Burned May 27, 2021
Season 5 In Deep Water In Deep Water June 29, 2021
Season 6 The Heat The Heat July 30, 2021

On March 11, 2021, with Season 2: Day of Reckoning update, the Ranked Season Season number was reset, thus returning the numbering to Season 1. The reason for the change, was the same reason with Battle Pass Season. [26]

Call of Duty: Mobile Ranked Seasons March 11, 2021-present
Series Ranked Series Ranked Name Period Date
Series 1 Ruptured Steel 03.2021 - 05.2021
Series 2 Overpower 05.2021 - 07.2021
Series 3 Street Art 07.2021 - 09.2021


Main article: Portal:Timeline/Mobile

Call of Duty: Mobile since Season 6: Once Upon A Time In Rust, started its own story in Comics mixing universes, characters and elements from Modern Warfare and Black Ops series, besides with Ghosts universe and Advanced Warfare universe, along with new characters and exclusive plot details.

In some Desert in the Texas state, Ghost attacked a hideout used by a group of mercenaries and killed them off swiftly. [27] He then goes into the basement along with his team, where he discovers that Makarov was using the lab to try and recreate Nova Gas, and was also using it as a missile silo that had missiles containing the replicated Nova Gas. The team is then ambushed by Makarov, who releases the gas and a team of mercenaries in Hazmat Suits. Ghost barely makes it out while his whole team is killed. Makarov then remotely launches the missiles, and Ghost can do nothing to stop them. [28]

Ghost arrives in one of the cities Makarov targeted with Tank Dempsey, noting that it looked like the end of the world. As they search for clues, Tank notes that there was no tactical reason to target the city, but Ghost pulls him into cover as they are ambushed. Ghost kills the ambusher, a clown, and Tank picks up his weapon, noting that it was probably supplied from somewhere. The duo then finds an abandoned Gulag that was used as a hideout for Krueger and Mace. As Tank engages Krueger, Ghost engages Mace. Ghost throws a grenade, disarming Mace, which lead them fighting in the Showers hand to hand. As they were fighting, Tank arrives after failing to take down Krueger and fires at Mace, causing him to retreat. The two then descend down a staircase and encounter Reznov, who is in his early hundreds. [29]

After taking a moment, Reznov tells Ghost and Tank what he did during his time in the Soviet Armed Forces. He tells them that he was on a covert mission to a secret facility belonging to the Germans. He and his team rush forward an assault on the base. Despite the overwhelming gunfire, Reznov manages to survive the slaughter and enters the facility, encountering the gas Nova 6. After executing all of the scientists in the facility, he retrieved the gas for the Russians, and they hid them in bunkers. Reznov then reveals that he is one of the few people who knows where the bunkers are. [30]

After Ghost extracts the information from Reznov, he calls Mara to locate Makarov and stop him. Mara and her team (consisting of Golem, Otter and an unnamed Frogman) storm into Makarov's jungle base and ends up in a standoff with Mace, holding Makarov at her gunpoint. Mace then betrays Makarov and kills him, escaping into an underground bunker and launching an EMP missile located in the bunker as Mara arrives with Soap's team too late. [31]

Disappointed with the recent mission failure, Ghost contemplates of how they gathered next to no intel about their enemies. Mace in disguise attacks a building with his team of mercenaries then goes to Alcatraz to meet with an underground criminal magnate named Hidora Kai. Mace and Hidora start to plan out their next moves, disabling all electronic devices in the world, including military radio towers, communication centers, Mara and Soap's convoy and even the plane Ghost and Tank were flying in, using the EMP launched earlier. Ghost and Tank manage to survive and meet the other operators at The Club.

Ghost admits that the group has no way to fight Hidora and Mace, along with no way to locate them. Russell Adler appears and says that they do have ways to combat the new threat. After Ghost asks who he is, Price introduces Adler, and officially states the group is now a part of the United Anti-Terrorism Coalition, ending the introduction with "Ladies and gentlemen, we're going dark." [32]

Adler and the rest of the team start to plan out their assault on Five Knights locations. When asked on how they would coordinate or even reach those locations, Adler presents the team with Swiss mechanical watches, which are unaffected by EMPs. Price also notes that Adler is not the only Cold War relic in operational state in the bunker, indicating an old helicopter. During all of this, a character named Templar is preparing himself, and he appears to have a personal grudge against the operators of the Coalition. Meanwhile, the Coalition begins striking 3 key sites of the Five Knights simultaneously; Price and Soap lead an assault team on the Communication Centre, Mara and her team storm in at the Command Center in Alcatraz, while Ghost and Tank strike a production facility in Hackney Yard. When Price and Soap attempt to exfil, Templar appears and grabs Soap by the neck, noting he is "glad" to see Captain Price again. At the same time, Mara goes one on one against Hidora Kai, while her team finds that the Command Center is already rigged to blow. Meanwhile Tank comes across Mace, who knocks Tank down and snatches his weapon, and opens fire at him. Ghost comes too late to save him. At the same time, Templar wounds Soap with his knife and briefly enters a standoff with Captain Price before escaping in a chopper. Mara, on the other hand manages to snatch the laptop from Hidora, who barely escapes as the explosives go off and the place starts falling apart. Meanwhile, an enraged Ghost starts beating up Mace, ultimately subduing and arresting him. Later, Price, Ghost and Adler discuss the aftermath of their joint operation; Mace is in a Black Site facing interrogation, Templar and Hidora are in the wind, Soap is injured but will be battle ready within a few weeks. It is further revealed that Mara made it out alive, but was wounded badly and is in a coma. Ghost admits that they won the battle and takes an oath that he will "Win the War." [33]

Ghost and Adler discuss about the ongoing war. As Ghost expresses grief for not being able to save Tank and the fact that they don't have enough time and intel, Adler comforts him by saying that they do have intel and mentions that there is a place in Siberia from where Makarov possibly got the Nova Gas from. He then says that it's coming all around the same way like it did during his days, and narrates his story. Some time during the Cold War, Adler led a small team into a Soviet facility in Siberia along with his friend Stansfield. They had found out crucial information about something that the Five Knights could also have gotten their hands on, and eventually carried out. However, when tried to exfil, they were surrounded by a large group of enemies, and Stansfield stayed behind to cover their escape, only to be shot dead, which Adler could do nothing but watch in horror. Back in present day, Adler finishes his story by saying that both Stansfield and Tank knew what they were doing, and so should Ghost. When Ghost questions if the research facility is of any more importance, Adler says that there might be something left in there, although it will be a long shot. Ghost agrees and says that he will take it, to which Adler responds that they will have to wait, and Ghost must not rush for revenge. Ghost in response says that this is not about revenge, and they must get the intel before the Five Knights do. Adler replies that they cannot risk to lose any more men as the Five Knights already hit other bases hard, and tells Ghost that he must be patient. Ghost takes it for an excuse to do nothing and walks away, much to Adler's dismay.

Overridden with guilt, Ghost comes to visit the still comatose Mara and expresses grief for not being able to save them. He then promises that he will end this for all and places Tank's dog tag on her palms and leaves. When Price cannot find Ghost, he comes to Soap asking for his whereabouts. Adler comes to them saying that he knows where Ghost is, and he is "doing something stupid". When Price asks what Adler has done, he replies that he told Ghost about the operation in Siberia.

Ghost arrives via Snowmobile at the Soviet base Adler told him about and begins to investigate. He realises that someone has been here recently as he finds recently opened canned food and a map which is dated around the present. He is then startled by a voice saying: "The enemy of my my friend". The man turns out to me none other than Makarov.

Ghost is shocked to see Makarov still alive, since Mara had confirmed he had been shot in the head. Makarov explains that Mace also saw him die but "appearances are deceiving" and that he needed to fake his death since their goals had diverged. Makarov also states that he knows that Ghost has arrived to seek information on how to defeat The Five Knights and that he has said information. When questioned about their identity and goals, Makarov says that the Knights consist of 5 individuals with different goals who were useful to each other as he was useful to them, and proceeds to list them off. Rorke heads the mercenaries, Hidora, who is looking for corporate profits, Mace, only wanting the downfall of the government, Raul Menendez, who wants control of the system by hijacking it, and a fifth member whose identity Makarov says will keep secret, unless Ghost takes him in. Ghost agrees, and as they exit the facility, Templar appears, blowing up Ghost's snowmobile. Ghost tells Makarov to run and fires at Templar. Unfortunately, the bullets cannot penetrate his armor and he mocks Ghost that he should have "brought bigger bullets", disabling and then breaking Ghost's gun. When Ghost asks who he is, Templar introduces himself, then stabs Ghost in the wrist with one of his throwing knives. When Ghost tries to retaliate, Templar performs a coup de grâce on him and knocks him down. He then inspects Ghost's body commenting that he expected a more equal individual. He then takes his mask and leaves, stating "That's one less loose end." [34]

The story then skips to a cemetary where Tank is being cremated. 3 men are shown to be overlooking his grave, who are revealed to be Edward Richtofen, Nikolai Belinski, and Takeo Masaki.

As the world falls into a state of catastrophe thanks to the actions of the Five Knights, Atlas Corporation steps in for rescue and relief work. However, the terrorist organization Cordis Die hacks the global infrastructure, crashing cars, disabling intelligence centers, and causing havoc throughout the digital world.

Meanwhile, Price and Soap arrive at the Soviet base, remarking on Ghost's rashness, and start searching the area. They soon find a folded paper on the bloodied ground, and as Price opens it, he finds Ghost's dog tag.

It is then revealed that Makarov took Ghost's body, as he is seen dragging it towards a cliff. There, he rendezvous with a team of Ghosts led by Captain Merrick, and hands them over Ghost's body, who take it back to their ship docked nearby. [35]

Sometime in the future, Mara awakens from her coma. It takes her a year to get fit for combat again, after which she jumps back into action with Alex. Upon receiving orders from Shepherd about Raul Menendez's location. They storm into a building, only to find Charly's squad members killed, and Charly badly wounded. Charly, as her wounds are being inspected by Alex and Mara, explains that Templar had eliminated her teammates and let Menendez escape. Charly, having been only wounded with the knife, figured that Templar wanted her to die slow. As Charly is carried away by Alex and Mara, she laments that she has blown their chance at stopping Cordis Die. Alex says that she didn't, as they still have "one last shot". Their last shot is revealed to be Mace, who is still being imprisoned. Alex & Mara note that Mace hasn't said anything since Ghost had captured him. After they arrive in his cell, he asks if they're there to finish the job, to which Mara replies that she'd be using a knife (or a cheese grater) if she were there to kill him, while Alex says they're "here to talk".

Mace retorts that he isn't talking, so Alex reads out his unredacted personnel file; Mace fought for the country, but in the end was kicked out, his sacrifices being denied, others taking credit for his work and was offered nothing in return. He derides Alex for thinking he understands him, which he responds by saying he understands enough to make a deal, to grant Mace his freedom, much to Mara's shock. Mace doesn't believe him, but Alex says that they're in desperate times and that the UAC needs Mace to help them capture Menendez. In return, Shepherd will authorize Mace's release if he agrees. Alex states that it's the best offer he's going to get, by dropping a Ranger badge in front of Mace. After some hesitation, Mace agrees to the deal. Shepherd then briefs the pair on recent developments, that Menendez is slated to be operating in the Raid. Since Price and his company are occupied elsewhere, and that Cordis Die may have hacked their computers, this is their last chance at capturing him.

The trio infiltrates the Raid. Mara still has her misgivings on trusting Mace, but Alex says that it's their last chance and that they have no choice but to trust him. Halfway into the mission, Mara contemplates shooting Mace, as they had gotten what they needed out of him, but Alex talks her out of it, saying that that's exactly what Mace would do if he were in her position. They then launch their attack, taking down several guards in their way. Mara is ambushed by a guard in hiding, but Mace saves her by pushing her out of the way before mowing down the guard. Mace asks if she's good, which she replies in the affirmative, and then they continue their mission.

Meanwhile, Menendez, who is on site but is hiding in another building, realizes that Mace had betrayed them. As a result, he makes haste to exfil in his helicopter while noting that Templar is off-site. However, before he can take off, Alex shoots and kills the pilot, causing the chopper to fall back to the ground and allowing Menendez to be apprehended by the trio.

Elsewhere, Templar is answering to his employer, who can only be seen as a shadowy figure. The unknown individual chides Templar for not being able to find Makarov. Although he vows that nobody else will know that his employer is the 5th Knight and that he will find Makarov for him, his employer says that Makarov is no longer a priority, and instead gives him another mission, which he accepts. [36]

Soap, out in the desert, finds a drug cartel massacred, by a DEA/CIA agent named Rosa. As Soap notes her deadly efficiency, she replies, "I was bored." Soap then offers Rosa a job with the UAC, noting she could "shoot more assholes like them". At the same time, Menendez is interrogated by Shepherd and Price. Menendez is less than willing to talk, so Price tells him that he'd listen to Shepherd as he has the temper at times. Menendez then asks if he is playing the good cop, bad cop routine, to which Price replies that Shepherd is the "bad cop" while he is the "worse cop". Menendez then comments that the government believes that he died during the mission in the Raid. Shepherd continues to press him to talk, and he finally relents; Hidora Kai has returned to Tokyo to rebuild the Five Knights, while Templar has been dispatched to Texas desert hideout to find what Ghost had missed out on.

Shepherd and Price then brief their UAC team about recent developments: Mara went rogue to uncover what might've happened to Ghost, Price is planning to have Rosa and Charly accompany his team to Texas, while Alex and Soap are tasked to apprehend Hidora Kai. Both Alex and Soap have their misgivings, but Alex also remarks he has always wanted to see Tokyo.

Alex and Soap arrive in Tokyo, and then immediately storm into a building where it apparently houses the Yakuza. Hidora, realizing that there're pursuers on his tail, tells his henchmen to get rid of them while noting that his work must continue and making an attempt to escape. Alex intercepts him, and Hidora draws his sword.

After a skirmish, Hidora is apparently knocked unconscious and taken away by Alex and Soap, but his henchmen relentlessly pursue and fire at them. They manage to exfil from the area when a vehicle, driven by someone possibly hired by the pair. As they are pursued by Hidora's forces, they run into an individual resembling Spectre. Alex tells the driver to run him over, but it fails as the individual leaps onto the roof and fatally impales the driver with his sword. The car crashes and sends everyone flying, although Hidora, Alex, Soap and the individual manage to survive. Hidora recovers and attempts to make a run for it, but not before ordering his men to kill them. Soap and Alex fight them off and manage to snag a pair of motorcycles, preventing Hidora from escaping again. Alex then tells Soap to get to the exfil site.

As the pair fend off more henchmen, they rush to the exfil site; apparently there's a boat waiting for them at the docks. Soap doubts whether they can make it, so Alex asks, sarcastically, if he has any better options. The pair barely manage to make it onto the boat by driving off a wooden ramp, and Hidora's henchmen are forced to stop short of pursuing them. Soap and Alex then have Hidora apprehended and their boat leaves Tokyo. [37]

Meanwhile, in Texas, Price, accompanied by Rosa, Charly and a group of soldiers together with Mace still in his bonds, arrives at the facility that Templar was sent to. Price asks Mace if he has any insights to the place, to which Mace says that he has been out of the loop. Charly also voices her displeasure of having to go on this mission with him. Mace states that he hates Templar as much the group does, and that he'd be more than happy to kill anyone he's told to, but Price is more interested in his knowledge of the facility, and sends him in first.

As the team ventures further inside, the group's soldiers are killed by Templar, revealing it to be an ambush set up by him. Price orders the rest of his crew to take him out, but things are made worse when Dame, a female companion of Templar's, joins in the battle as well. She disarms Charly and Rosa of their weapons while Mace gets his hand stabbed by Templar. Rosa attempts to take both Dame and Templar herself with her knife, but is ultimately defeated like the rest of the group.

During this time, Hidora, on the boat, is being interrogated by Shepherd. Hidora refuses to divulge anything, though Shepherd notes that Raul Menendez did, to which he rebukes that he is not Raul and that he won't be sitting long. However, Alex and Soap both dismiss the idea, as they had made sure no one had followed them, and that no one was told of where they were. Shepherd then asks who the 5th Knight is, a question which Hidora refuses to answer. In response, Shepherd punches him, saying that the 5th Knight can't stay hidden forever and that he'll have to reveal himself eventually. Hidora instead tells them that they should be more concerned about their friends in Texas.

Price and his crew have been defeated and are tied with hands behind pillars. Templar notes that Dame might have hit Rosa too hard as she appears to be unconscious, and Dame remarks that she thought the Americans would have harder heads. Price states that they're not all American, though Templar shrugs it off as a distinction without a difference. Dame then inspects Rosa, doubting that she's unconscious, when Rosa suddenly spits in Dame's face. Annoyed, Templar punches Rosa in response, but she simply mocks him for having struck a nerve, to which Price agrees saying that the mighty Templar has a weakness. Templar then holds a knife to Price's eyes, telling him to watch his mouth.

Just then. Gabriel Rorke appears, greeting Price and Mace. Rorke questions Mace for working with the enemy, to which Mace quotes the same line Makarov did to Ghost, "The enemy of my enemy is my friend". Rorke tells Mace that he simply likes being on the winning side and that he picked the wrong one, and that "Everything's in position."

Elsewhere, Adler travels to the Ghosts' ship and meets up with Captain Merrick, suspecting that Price and his team may most likely have been lured into a trap due to their radio silence. Adler asks if Merrick is going to tell General Shepherd about the situation, and he says that it depends on whether he is ready to hear it, to which Merrick replies positively. At the same time, they also visit the Ghosts' German Shepherd Riley.

Meanwhile, Vagr Modir is shown to be leading a fleet of battleships in pursuit of Hidora. Spying upon the ship he's being held in, she remarks that they haven't seen them yet, and tells her team to prepare themselves.

Just as Shepherd derides Hidora for thinking things would end up in his favor, the ship's alarm goes off, having detected the fleet of battleships in pursuit of them. Hidora mocks back at Shepherd, saying that maybe he wasn't the one mistaken of the outcome, as Alex and Soap along with the rest of the crew gear up for defense.

As the attack begins, Alex admits that they are outnumbered and outgunned. Soap orders Modir to call her men off, but she refuses. Her wolf attacks Soap, giving her the opportunity to catch him off-guard and push him off the ship. She knocks over Alex and busts inside, only to find Shepherd holding Hidora at gunpoint.

Back in Texas, Rorke tells his mercs to divide and conquer, that they wanted to separate the UAC forces. He says that he already knows of Shepherd's position, and believes that the operators will tell him of the only UAC member whose location isn't known yet: Adler. Price says he's tired of the Five Knights, Rorke replies that he doesn't blame him, as he claims not to know much about "Knight stuff", but he doesn't care as long as the cash is flowing. Price deduces that Rorke is a puppet, but it doesn't seem to bother him in the slightest, making it clear by reiterating his previous statement that as long as the cash flows, he doesn't mind being one.

Just as he finishes talking, Mace suddenly breaks the pipe he is chained to, and knocks Rorke over while telling him that he doesn't need a gun to kill him. At the same time, Rosa also breaks free of her chains, and attempts to reach for the gun that has dropped on the floor. However, before she can even take it, Rorke uses the same pipe to knock down both her and Mace.

Rorke, having had enough, draws his gun to Price and demands to know where Adler is, only for Adler to reveal himself. As Rorke looks over, Adler tells him that he has brought backup--although it appears that Adler has only brought a squad of soldiers, he remarks that he's also brought an old friend--which shocks Templar, as the "old friend" is revealed to be a still alive Ghost, along with the German Shepherd Riley. The other operators are also shocked to see him, as Ghost remarks, "You can't kill a Ghost". [38]

Ghost intends to settle his unfinished score with Templar--who responds by throwing his knife at him, but Ghost manages to swivel it around and throw it back, hitting Rorke in his arm and disarming him of his weapon. Ghost then tells his fellow Ghosts to secure Rorke and the facility while he deals with Templar. Rorke decides to exfiltrate, ordering Dame to accompany him to an underground bunker while Templar stays behind to deal with them. Unbeknownst to Rorke and Dame however, Adler is waiting in the bunker for them.

Back at sea, Soap is rescued and brought back on board by Alex. However, they are too late to prevent Modir and Hidora from escaping, and Shepherd is found tied up inside the cabin. At the same time, the Ghosts ship is revealed to have also arrived there, firing on the ships that have the UAC ship surrounded. As Hidora and Modir make their escape, they note that things aren't looking good for them as some of their ships have been downed by the Ghosts.

As Ghost and Templar engage in a vicious duel, Ghost mentions something about a "Dark Covenant", and that he knows Templar's real name is "Edouard", which annoys him. At the same time, Rosa releases Price and Charly from their binds while Mace makes it clear that he intends to get Templar. Price tells him to have at it while he and the rest attempt to prevent Rorke from escaping.

Templar is then double-teamed by both Ghost and Mace, although he manages to fend them both off, throwing knives into Mace's forearms. However, Ghost manages to throw Templar to the ground and attempts to use the same finishing "coup de grace" on him, but it fails and Templar kicks him away. Ghost recovers and manages to stab Templar in his leg, but he then retaliates by swiping Ghost across the face with his wristblade.

Meanwhile, Rorke is shot in the ear while making his way to the helicopter by Adler. Rorke orders to Dame to kill Adler, which she expresses pleasure in doing so. Adler taunts Dame before she moves in to attack.

Mace tells Ghost that he's on his own as he hasn't yet fully recovered his arms, so Templar continues to furiously fight Ghost, and attempts to stab him in the head, but Ghost blocks his knife with his palm and manages to grab Templar's arm and break it. He then puts the French mercenary in a submission hold and prepares to kill him. However, before he can do so, Dame arrives in the nick of time to rescue Templar and kicks Ghost away. She then carries Templar away while Ghost struggles to recover.

Rorke is revealed to have escaped in his helo, but Price notes that his helo isn't a long range one, and that he's likely headed for somewhere close; most probably a ship, and radios for the operators to tell Shepherd to get ready. Back in the facility, Adler comes to Ghost's aid with Riley, and the latter laments that Dame kicked him in the gut--the same place that Templar wounded him a year ago, and that he's gotten away. Adler notes that the life they lead leaves scars, though the fight is not over yet. Ghost tells Adler to find Price and the others. As they are leaving, the group then spots what appears to be Mara's body, leaving all shocked and horrified. Ghost is most adversely affected by it as he cries in denial and attempts to reach her, but Price restrains him and tries to console him, saying it's part of their job.

Rorke and Modir discuss the recent battle as they arrive on Modir's ship, but quickly realize the UAC and Ghosts are tailing them. They deploy mines to deter them, but as Ghost remarks that the Five Knights got away again, Adler says that he reached out to his contacts in South America, as part of old school methods. He notes that there's only 1 place Rorke could be headed to.[39]

Rorke and his team arrive in Panama, where they're greeted by a mysterious man, a local arms dealer named Boss. Hidora has his misgivings on this, but Rorke silences him. Meanwhile, Dame is concerned about the extent of Templar's injuries, as he nearly falls over when he attempts to walk without his consort's help. Templar insists that he's fine, but Dame notes that he should be in a hospital bed. The pair discuss about the Five Knights, with Dame noting that Rorke and Hidora only care about themselves and that they're not fit to lead; instead, she suggests that Templar should be their leader.

Back on the Ghosts ship, Rosa and Price are discussing about an upcoming assignment. Price apparently wants Rosa to go to Panama undercover, but she has her misgivings as she has no immediate backup while being in a foreign country. Price notes that Rosa is a skilled fighter, she used to work alone, she can speak foreign languages and she's also new which means she won't be easily noticed by Rorke. Rosa still has doubts, but Price then notes that Rorke has met up with Boss, whom he claims is "very bad news". Rosa finally agrees to take on the assignment, but not before demanding that she is "given lots of hazard pay".


The game was nominated for a number of accolades, among which it won The Game Awards 2019 - Best Mobile Game and the 16th British Academy Awards - Mobile Game of The Year.

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