New Modern Warfare weapon coming to CoD Mobile Season 2

Liam Mackay
CoD Mobile AS VAL

Call of Duty Mobile is set to bolster its arsenal of weaponry further by adding Modern Warfare’s AS VAL in Season 2.

CoD Mobile has been steadily updating its map and weapon pool with content from 2019’s Modern Warfare. CoD Mobile reset to Season 1 and brought with it Modern Warfare’s SKS and FR.556, and Season 2 is set to debut even more Modern Warfare content.

As teased by the CoD Mobile Twitter account, a new weapon will be coming in Season 2. Anyone who has played Modern Warfare or Warzone will recognize the blueprint as the AS VAL Assault Rifle.

The AS VAL will come to CoD Mobile Season 2 alongside the highly popular map Shoot House.

Added to Modern Warfare in Season 6, the AS VAL acts as a close-range Assault Rifle with an exceptionally high fire rate. In fact, it has the highest time-to-kill of any AR in Modern Warfare and Warzone.

Stealthy players who like to get up-close and personal will particularly enjoy the AS VAL. It’s lightweight, offering great mobility, and comes as integrally suppressed. Therefore, you don’t have to worry about fitting a muzzle attachment and you can use that extra Gunsmith slot for extra mobility or an extended mag.

With CoD Mobile’s Gunsmith system, the AS VAL can be adapted to suit a variety of playstyles. It already comes with an internal suppressor, but can be fitted with SPP 10-R Mags to convert it into a semi-automatic armor-piercing machine.

Shoot House, which will also be coming with Season 2, keeps combat confined to close quarters. If the AS VAL remains consistent with its Modern Warfare counterpart, expect it to dominate the new Shoot House map.

If you have strong trigger discipline and can control high recoil, the AS VAL will be an absolute powerhouse in your hands.

CoD Mobile Season 2 is expected to kick-off on March 11, so you’ll be able to get a taste of Modern Warfare’s close-quarters action then.

Image Credit: Activision / CoD Mobile

About The Author

Liam is CharlieIntel's Editor. After graduating in Journalism from Edinburgh Napier University, Liam made use of his passion for FPS games, including Call of Duty, by writing for sites such as The Nerd Stash, Red Bull Gaming, and GAMINGbible before joining CharlieIntel in November 2020. You can contact Liam at [email protected].