Call of Duty delays the Modern Warfare season 4 and COD Mobile Season 7 update, says “Now is not the Time”


Season 7 of Call of Duty Mobile delayed as the company tweets “Now is not the Time”

Call of Duty: Mobile is one of the most popular mobiles game these days and has millions of active users daily. Tencent Games developed the mobile version of the popular first-person shooter franchise. The creators of Call of Duty: Mobile have successfully managed to engage the interest of the players. Regular in-game updates bring new game modes, new weapons, and a lot more new content.

Players have been waiting for the update for a long period as the situation around the globe has forced people to stay at home. COD Mobile has been a survival these days as the students are free and parents are working from home and as the Coronavirus has forced a nationwide lockdown they are unable to go out and play. By the time don’t forget to read, how to unlock the new Poltergeist class in COD Mobile?

Call of Duty now delays the launch of modern warfare season 4 and COD mobile season 7 as the situation in the protest in the US has given the priority. A couple of days ago Google also postponed Android 11 launch due to riots in America

Look below what the Call of Duty tweeted recently and said why it said “Now is not the time”

The Tweet guides us that the COD has stated that the first priority right now is the condition in the US, well some of the gamers have supported the decision while some have been very upset as they did not expect the delay by COD. Well if you look all around the globe every company whether it be for tech or games all have been facing major problems for pushing their latest update.

Riots and arson raged across the United States Friday as angry and grieving demonstrators clashed with police, took over busy thoroughfares, stoned and defaced public and private buildings demanding justice for George Floyd, an African-American man killed in police custody in Minneapolis earlier in the week. The riots also hit the White House in Washington DC when protestors burned tires and other flammable materials at the gates. It was immediately put under lockdown by the Secret Service agents guarding President Trump.

Call of Duty has not yet release any future dates when will be the update be pushed, so let’s wait and continue the current season and support the company for its decision. What is your view on the COD tweet? do mention it in the comment section below. To stay updated on Tech and Cybersecurity news subscribe to our newsletter from here


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