Call of Duty: Mobile Season 4 update will be called Spurned & Burned
Activision has finally confirmed the name of the Season 4 update to Call of Duty: Mobile, The upcoming update will be called Spurned & Burned and have a Wild West theme. This is not the first time that the game has gone back to that time. The Season 6 update was called Once Upon a Time in Rust and it too features a Wild West theme. That update was a pretty major update and it introduced the Battle Pass as well as the in-game Comics that add a bit of story to the proceedings. The Season 4 Spurned & Burned update will arrive later this week.
Season 4: Spurned & Burned
Time to saddle up and head back west!New season is deploying in #CODMobile later this week! pic.twitter.com/yTBT7miNT3
— Call of Duty: Mobile (@PlayCODMobile) May 24, 2021
Call of Duty: Mobile Season 4 Spurned & Burned update: What to expect
The developers have already revealed a bunch of new additions that players can expect in the Season 4 Spurned & Burned update. This includes two new weapons, a new map, a scorestreak, and a piece of new tactical equipment.
The two new weapons include the Holger LMG and the MK2 marksman rifle. The base version of both these weapons should be earnable for free to all players. As is usually the case, one of the weapons will most likely be available via the free Battle Pass, while the other will be available via a seasonal challenge.
The new map is called Dome and will be set in an abandoned NATO outpost in the middle east. This map was first seen in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. The Heartbeat Sensor is a piece of new tactical equipment that will show players the approximate location of enemy players. It is equipped in the tactical grenade slot and has to be manually equipped to use. The device will be available via a Season Challenge called Under Pressure.
The new Scorestreak is called the Hawk X3 and gives the player the control of a drone armed with a machine gun. The drone has limited armour and enemies can shoot it out of the sky. It will most probably control in a manner similar to the MQ-27 Dragonfire, but with a lot more firepower.