Call of Duty: Mobile teases new map from Modern Warfare 2

Call of Duty Mobile was easily one of the most popular mobile games of 2019, winning Mobile Game of the Year at The Game Awards 2019 and earning widespread critical acclaim. Activision has continued to support Call of Duty Mobile well into 2020, releasing new content for the game on a regular basis. The stream of new content to Call of Duty Mobile shows no signs of slowing down, as the developers are now teasing the addition of a fan favorite Modern Warfare 2 map.

For those unfamiliar with Call of Duty Mobile, it’s basically a “greatest hits” compilation of the most popular maps and modes from Call of Duty’s history. And now the game will include fan favorite Modern Warfare 2 map Rust, which is being teased for a future update. Unfortunately, specific release date information for the Call of Duty Mobile Rust map is unavailable at the time of this writing, but hopefully more details come sooner rather than later.
The Call of Duty Mobile Steel Legion update also added a mode inspired by Modern Warfare’s Gunfight. Like Gunfight, Call of Duty Mobile’s Showdown mode is a 2v2 mode that challenges players to team up with one other teammate to win five rounds in close quarters combat situations.Furthermore,You can buy Cheap Black Ops 4 COD Points at by using the code “Z2U” for a 3% discount.

Call of Duty: Mobile recently kicked off its fifth season, dubbed Steel Legion. The latest season has added new weapons, Operators, game modes, as well as a map called Meltdown. Meltdown is now available in TDM, Search and Destroy, Gun Game: Team Fight, DOM, Snipers Only, and FFA.

The latest season of Call of Duty: Mobile also brings two Operators from the Black Ops series. The first Operator is the son of Alex Mason, David “Section” Mason, and the other is Reaper, an experimental war robot from Black Ops 3. Along with these, the game has added Industrial Revolution-themed weapons and gear.

China has seemingly banned sales of Animal Crossing: New Horizons

It’s no longer possible to purchase Animal Crossing: New Horizons for Nintendo Switch through China’s grey market, as it has been pulled as a response to recent Hong Kong protests that have taken place within the game. The Nintendo Switch is available in China thanks to Tencent, but there are only a handful of games that have been approved for sale in the region, due to the country’s strict censorship laws and content guidelines.

The Tencent Switch can play games made for other regions through online grey market sellers, but the downside to this is these games lack any online functionality. One game that is affected by this is Animal Crossing: New Horizons and its popular multiplayer mode. Animal Crossing: New Horizons is the most popular Switch game of 2020 and the self-isolation period following the Covid-19 pandemic has to increased interest in the game. It’s believed that Animal Crossing: New Horizons is partly responsible for the global shortages of Nintendo Switch units, as it has become incredibly difficult to buy a new Switch from online retailers.

Under Chinese law, video games can’t contain anything that “threatens China’s national unity, sovereignty, or territorial integrity”. They can’t harm “the nation’s reputation, security or interests”. They can’t promote cults, or “superstitions”. They can’t “incite obscenity, drug use, violence or gambling” – although loot boxes are, of course, fine – and they can’t include anything that “harms public ethics” or China’s “culture and traditions”. They also can’t include any “other content” that might violate China’s constitution or law, whatever that may be, and they have to be published in China by a Chinese company. And if you want to Buy Animal Crossing New Horizons Items, visit, a professional online in-game currency store.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons isn’t officially available in China yet, but Nintendo is partnering with Tencent to bring a special Animal Crossing console to the region. In fact, you can only officially buy three games at the time of writing, which has forced many Chinese Nintendo fans to resort to importing both games and hardware into the country using services like Taobao and Pinduoduo.

According to Ahmad, despite the listings coming down, there are still other ways for players in China to get ahold of the game, including from small independent stores and by changing the region settings on the Switch to get access to the North American or Japanese eShops.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Update Is Fixing Its Horrible Bunny Day Eggs Problem

Nintendo has reduced the number of “some eggs” players will find in Animal Crossing: New Horizon’s Bunny Day event – seemingly responding to public outcry about how many freaking eggs there are right now.

The news was revealed in a set of patch notes from Nintendo, which detailed changes coming to the game as part of Version 1.1.4. “During the Easter event, the appearance rate of some eggs has been adjusted until April 11, 2020,” the patch notes read. Below, it mentions that the rate of eggs will increase again on April 12th to commemorate Easter Sunday.

Unfortunately, the eggs drop too regularly, to the point where it’s made fishing, collecting resources from trees and rocks, and shooting down balloons more frustrating.Nintendo appears to have heard those complaints though, and the patch notes for the latest update (1.1.4) say that some drop rates have been ‘adjusted’ until April 11.This means that the drop rates will return to normal on the final day.Hopefully, this update does enough to sort out the issue.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a phenomenal time waster for a quarantined population bored out of its wits, and the game plays best when everything is working as players have come to expect. However, when its near-perfect gameplay loop has been thrown so far out of whack, players have understandably been feeling swindled out of their time by the Bunny Day event. Reducing the sheer volume of sky egg balloons whizzing over players’ heads is a great start – and reverting egg rates to their initial frenzy on the event’s final day is a generous boon for players scrambling to craft remaining recipes – but something still needs to be done about the plague of water eggs in the waterways and seas.

Bunny Day is poised to last through April 12, 2020, and you can now feel to pop balloons to your heart’s content as you will no longer be encountering this frustrating bug. If you want to not encounter this glitch prepare for future events, or like playing online with friends, make sure this patch is installed before you hop on Animal Crossing: New Horizons again. Finally, to enjoy all the features in the game, players can Buy Animal Crossing Bells from at a reasonable price.

China makes massive donation of medical supplies to fight coronavirus

The African Union already received 2,000 test kits from the Chinese government and is expecting another 10,000 of them along with other crucial medical supplies needed to fight the spread of Covid-19 across the continent. The distribution of the medical equipment donated is centralised by the African Union’s Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) in Ethiopia.

Jack Ma, Chinese tech billionaire and co-founder of the Alibaba online shopping platform, promised to donate, via his foundations, 20,000 test kits, 100,000 masks and 1,000 protective suits to each of the 54 African states.

“We cannot assume this continent of 1.3 billion people will blissfully escape the crisis. The world cannot afford the unthinkable consequences of a COVID-19 pandemic in Africa,” he said in a statement. Buy Cheap FFP2 Mask via reputable seller, cheap, safe, no ban and no hack happened!

Ma pledged a total of 1.1 million coronavirus test kits, 6 million masks and 60,000 medical protective suits and face shields the African continent. On Sunday 22 March, Ethiopia received 1.5 million test kits, 5.4 million face masks and tens of thousands of medical supplies.

The African Union said that Ethiopian Airlines will help distribute the equipment to each of its member states. Ma’s donations of medical supplies to fight coronavirus extended to the United States, and a number of countries in Europe (Italy, France for example), Asia (Pakistan, Laos among others), Latin America (Brazil, Cuba and 22 more).