The incredibly popular Call of Duty: Mobile is getting a new limited-time mode called Free-for-All, but it will only be available for a week, starting today.

As you can probably tell from the name, Free-for-All will pit every player against each other. The mode will be available alongside the game’s existing battle royale and 5v5 multiplayer game modes.

This is the first additional content Activision has rolled out for the mobile version of the game.

Call of Duty: Mobile’s Free-for-All mode will be available across all six existing maps of the game. It will last for one week, from October 11-17.

Since its launch last October 1, COD:M has already rendered a combined 100 million downloads on both iOS and Android devices in just a week. It gained 35 million downloads just three days after its release date.

CODM was developed by Tencent‘s TiMi Studios and published by Activision.

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