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Call of Duty: Mobile Maps - Every COD Mobile Map Detailed

A detailed look at every Call of Duty: Mobile map in this free-to-play FPS.

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Call of Duty: Mobile features a whole bunch of classic maps from the COD series. Here's our comprehensive guide.

Call of Duty: Mobile features a load of classic game modes and weapons as well as fan favourite maps from games across the series. Here’s your one-stop guide for all the maps in Call of Duty: Mobile, and we’ll be updating it with tips and tricks on how to best play on them once the full release is out!

For more Call of Duty: Mobile guides, check out our guide hub, where we’re constantly updating information on weapons, maps and more!

Call of Duty: Mobile Maps

Call of Duty: Mobile currently has 7 maps for multiplayer game modes, as well as one for Battle Royale.

Crossfire

Crossfire returns from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, with its cramped corridors and wide streets. Expect snipers and LMGs alike to take the initiative here, with excellent sight lines for long-ranged battles between buildings whilst flankers look to put a swift stop to any of that kind of play.

Standoff

Standoff, from Call of Duty: Black Ops II, has been selected for play here in Call of Duty: Mobile. With its dingy streets and back alleys offering an alternative approach from the sniper-friendly buildings, you won’t want to be caught unaware in this small border town in Kyrgyzstan.

Crash

Crash, originally from Modern Warfare, is one of the smaller maps available. An SMG user’s dream, there are a lot of buildings available for use as protection. You’ll be able to run and gun through the corridors, darting in and out of cover whilst avoiding getting ambushed just as easily.

Killhouse

An extra tiny map, Killhouse is based on the tutorial mission in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. For success here, you’ll need to work on those reflexes and learn the hiding spots players love to ensnare you from.

Firing Range

Originally from Call of Duty: Black Ops, Firing Range is a favourite of series fans. There’s a lot of sharp bends and close-quarters combat, but the open space of the firing range does require some precise aim over a decent range, so don’t go picking a shotgun unless you’re ridiculously confident.

Nuketown

An area so popular with fans that it’s been reworked and re-released countless times, Nuketown is back on Call of Duty: Mobile. The iconic simplicity of a nuclear testing ground with a near-symmetrical layout leads to Nuketown matches being some of the most intense in the franchise. Action takes place everywhere, from sniping out of the house windows to running and gunning through the gardens and parked buses.

Takeoff

A medium-sized map originally from the Black Ops series’ DLC, this floating spaceship terminal is well-placed for assault rifle firefights, with its decent amounts of open space in between buildings. You’ll want to grab the high ground and take down your foes from above as they scramble between the sporadic cover available.

Battle Royale map: Isolated

The brand new map for Call of Duty: Mobile takes a lot of cues from the Blackout map. It’s got a whole bunch of locations inspired by iconic Call of Duty maps, including the spaceport Launch from Black Ops and Modern Warfare 2’s eerie Estate. See below a screenshot of the Isolated map - it’ll be exciting to get stuck back into areas inspired by the COD maps we all know and love.

What maps are coming to Call of Duty: Mobile in the future?

New COD maps are pretty standard fare, so even fans who don’t necessarily love the maps at the moment (even though there’s something for everyone) can look forward to some new content in the future.

Fans have speculated the future of COD: Mobile and the potential new maps that could be added. Since the whole series is available to draw from, there’s been some great callbacks getting fans excited.

Rust and Terminal from Modern Warfare 2 are extremely popular picks, as that game is oddly unrepresented when it comes to map choice. Highrise is another map being mentioned by members of the community as a MW2 location that could make it into COD: Mobile.

We’ll see what the developers come up with in the future, but in the meantime we’ll be enjoying the classic maps on offer already!

That’s all we’ve got maps-wise, but we’ll keep you updated with every new reveal! In the meantime, we've got a tier list for the game’s guns, help on grinding and ranking up, as well as a whole page with all our guides in one place.

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