Warzone Mobile To Get The Legendary Clash Mode "Soon"

Warzone Mobile is currently in a limited release and Activision has revealed that the fan-favorite Clash Mode is coming to the game soon.

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Warzone Mobile is set to be even more explosive with the Clash Mode. | © Activision Blizzard

Warzone Mobile is currently in a limited release but the devs have still given plenty of content for fans to get excited about before its release. Now, Activision has revealed that a fan-favorite mode from the original Warzone is headed to Android and iOS.

That’s right, Clash Mode is coming to Warzone Mobile soon.

In the official Discord server for the game, a user asked for an update on the Clash Mode. The developer replied that the mode is coming to Warzone Mobile “relatively soon.”

It's unclear how soon this will be as the game is currently only available in Australia and Sweden only. Activision is slowly bringing the game to new markets while testing out features for the title.

For those who are unaware, Clash Mode is essentially a team death match on the battle royale map. In the original mode, two teams of 50 players each battle it out on Verdansk with the first to reach 500 points achieving victory. It’s likely that this will be the same format for the mode on mobile as well.

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Get ready to clash with other players once Warzone Mobile is released. | © Activision Blizzard

Warzone Mobile is expected to hit the shelves globally later in 2023. There are a lot of features the game will boast which have players on their feet.

This includes cross-progression with Warzone on other platforms and the return of Verdansk. Activision has also said that the game will mostly contain “real players” instead of the bot filled lobbies that some other mobile battle royales have.

For now, you can pre-register for Warzone Mobile at the Google Play Store and Apple App Store if you want to be the first to get your hands on Clash Mode when the game launches.

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