Call Of Duty Mobile: Every Multiplayer Map Detailed

Call of Duty Mobile features a plethora of classic multiplayer maps; here are all the maps you can currently play.

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Call of Duty Mobile is packed with classic multiplayer maps from past Call of Duty games. Fans of the Call of Duty franchise will likely experience quite a bit of nostalgia, but there might also be some locations that aren't easily recognizable. Not all maps are available for every game mode, but here is a current list of all the maps you'll find in multiplayer mode.

Coastal

Coastal
Coastal

While most maps are from past Call of Duty games, Coastal is an original multiplayer map exclusive to Call of Duty Mobile's Search and Destroy mode. Players can fight through the streets and inside the buildings of this seaside Spanish town, with map aesthetics that look very similar to Black Ops 4's Seaside map.

Modes: Search and Destroy

Crash

Crash
Crash

Originally introduced in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Crash is one of Call of Duty's most iconic maps. The center of this mid-size map features open ground with a crashed helicopter, and it's surrounded by plenty of building space for sniping battles or close-quarters combat.

Modes: Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, Domination, Free-for-All, Kill Confirmed, Hardpoint

Crossfire

Crossfire
Crossfire

Crossfire is another map from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Crossfire's war-torn market street is notorious for across the map sniper battles, as there are two-story buildings at each end of the street with plenty of window space for sniping. Luckily, there's enough interior building space on each side of the street to take cover.

Modes: Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, Domination, Free-for-All, Hardpoint

Docks

Docks
Docks

Originally from Modern Warfare 2019, Docks is a small map designed for the 2v2 Gunfight mode. This map is set on the docks of a London shipyard. The design is fairly symmetrical with a two-story brick structure on each side and a bridge connecting the two.

Modes: Gunfight

Dome

Dome
Dome

Dome is a small map from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, which is made recognizable by the giant dome-shaped structure within this military outpost setting. This map is perfect for close-quarters combat in a variety of different modes.

Modes: Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, Domination, Kill Confirmed

Firing Range

Firing Range
Firing Range

Originally featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops 1, Firing Range is a popular mid-size map that is themed around a United States island military base. Like the name suggests, the map features an outdoor shooting range, but there are several small buildings and trailers for cover. There's also a watchtower for a higher vantage point. This is a map well suited for almost any Call of Duty mobile.

Modes: Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, Domination, Free-for-All, Hardpoint

Hackney Yard

Hackney Yard
Hackney Yard

Hackney Yard was introduced in Modern Warfare 2019. This is a small-to-mid-size map of an Al-Qatala base hiding within a derelict section of London, allowing players to fight through warehouses, shipping containers, and a tire shop.

Modes: Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, Domination, Kill Confirmed, Hardpoint

Hijacked

Hijacked
Hijacked

Originally introduced in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Hijacked is a popular map that has been remastered or completely reskinned to appear in every Black Ops sequel that followed. Call of Duty Mobile features the original take on Black Ops 2's iconic superyacht, which is a small map that allows for close-quarters combat both above and below the yacht's deck.

Modes: Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Free-for-All, Kill Confirmed, Hardpoint

Highrise

Highrise
Highrise

Highrise is a mid-size map from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. The map takes place on the rooftop of a newly constructed skyscraper with two office buildings on opposite sides of the map. The center of Highrise is mostly open ground with a helipad for higher elevation. This is a popular map for sniping, as players are known for sniping across the map from office to office. Additionally, there is a popular sniping spot from a giant crane that is accessible from the outskirts of the map. Highrise is a map that has seen its fair share of 360 no scopes.

Modes: Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, Domination, Free-for-All, Kill Confirmed,

Killhouse

Killhouse
Killhouse

Introduced in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Killhouse is a small and symmetrical warehouse map. This is a very in-your-face and chaotic map that is excellent for racking up kills with shotguns and submachine guns.

Modes: Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Free-for-All, Kill Confirmed, Gunfight

Meltdown

Meltdown
Meltdown

Meltdown is a map from Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. This medium-size map features the setting of a nuclear power plant in Pakistan, allowing players to fight in and around a nuclear reactor. Like many Treyarch maps, Meltdown is a classic three-lane design, and this map is suitable for a variety of game modes.

Modes: Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, Domination, Free-for-All

Monastery

Monastery
Monastery

Monastery might not be a map that many players are familiar with. This map was originally featured in Call of Duty: Online, which was a free-to-play Call of Duty game released exclusively in China. Monastery is a small map set in Greece with plenty of interior and exterior space for combat.

Modes: Frontline, Team Deathmatch

Nuketown

Nuketown
Nuketown

Likely the most popular map in the Black Ops series, Nuketown was originally introduced in Black Ops 1, but has reappeared in every sequel of the series with a slightly different aesthetic. For Call of Duty Mobile, Nuketown is featured as the original Black Ops 1 version of the Nevada-based nuclear test facility, which was designed as a 1950s U.S. suburb. This is a small and nearly symmetrical map that promotes plenty of chaotic engagements.

Modes: Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Domination, Free-for-All, Hardpoint

Oasis

Oasis
Oasis

Oasis is a map that was originally featured in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 as a luxury desert hotel in Dubai. However, the Call of Duty Mobile version of Oasis features a slightly different map layout, but the map aesthetic is a similar luxury hotel design.

Modes: Frontline

Raid

Raid
Raid

Originally introduced in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Raid is a medium-size map set at a large mansion in Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles. This map features long lanes for snipers and other long-range weapons, but also offers plenty of close quarters interior space within the mansion, garage, and other small interior spaces.

Modes: Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, Domination, Free-for-All, Kill Confirmed, Hardpoint

Rust

Rust
Rust

Rust is a map first introduced in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and it served as the game's smallest map. Rust is set in Afghanistan on an oil yard in the desert. It features a tall tower-like structure surrounded by enough open space for players to punish their opponents with killstreaks. This is a popular 1v1 map for settling Call of Duty beef.

Modes: Team Deathmatch, Free-for-All, Domination, Kill Confirmed, Hardpoint, Gunfight

Scrapyard 2019

Scrapyard 2019
Scrapyard 2019

Scrapyard is a map originally from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, but the Call of Duty Mobile version of this map is the remastered version from Modern Warfare 2019. Scrapyard is a small-to-midsize map set at an aircraft graveyard with airplane parts scattered around the center. This is a map perfect for close-to-mid-range combat.

Modes: Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, Domination, Free-for-All, Hardpoint

Shipment

Shipment
Shipment

Shipment was first introduced in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, and is known for being one of the smallest and most chaotic maps in Call of Duty history. Call of Duty Mobile's version is the Modern Warfare 2019 reskin of the map. This tiny shipyard lets players fight around stacks of shipping containers, but very few containers are open to provide cover. Shipment can be fast-paced action, or it can feel like spawn, die, spawn, die.

Modes: Team Deathmatch, Free-for-All, Domination, Kill Confirmed, Hardpoint, Gunfight

Shoot House

Shoot House
Shoot House

Shoot House is a popular Modern Warfare 2019 map, which is set at a military training course. This small-to-mid-size map is a three-lane design that offers something for almost every playstyle. Snipers and light machine gun users love the long line of sight of the center lane of the map, which has a wall of cover at each end of the spawn. There are also enough buildings and cover for those who love close-quarter combat.

Modes: Team Deathmatch, Domination, Kill Confirmed, Hardpoint

Slums

Slums
Slums

Originally from Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Slums is a small-to-mid-size map set in the "slums" of a Panama neighborhood. There are open areas like a small park and fountain courtyard, with plenty of building cover as well. This map is suitable for various types of combat, ranging from short-to-long-range combat.

Modes: Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, Domination, Free-for-All, Kill Confirmed, Hardpoint

Standoff

Standoff
Standoff

Another Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 map, Standoff is a map based on a small border town between China and Kyrgyzstan. Stores and houses line the main street of the town, and players can fight through the streets or find cozy sniper spots in second-story windows. This mid-size map is suitable for almost any playstyle.

Modes: Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, Domination, Free-for-All, Hardpoint

Sudal Harbor

Sudal Harbor
Sudal Harbor

Sudal Harbor is a Modern Warfare 2019 map, which as the name suggests, is set at a harbor in Suldal. This is one of the most awkward map designs in the game. One side of the map is a warehouse and marketplace that's open enough for players to move and breathe, while the other end is a dense cluster of shipping containers and choke points.

Modes: Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, Domination, Hardpoint

Summit

Summit
Summit

Originally from Call of Duty: Black Ops 1, Summit is a small and snowy map set on top of Mount Yamantau in the Ural Mountains. This map features enough building space for cover and close-quarters engagements, but there are also exterior flanking routes along the outskirts of the map. You can fall off this map though, so watch your step near the cliff sides.

Modes: Frontline, Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, Domination, Free-for-All, Hardpoint

Takeoff

Takeoff
Takeoff

Takeoff originated in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 as a complete reskin of Black Ops 1's Stadium map. Instead of being a hockey stadium, Takeoff features the futuristic setting of a launch site for a space tourism company. The small map is located somewhere in the Pacific Ocean, and players can expect a mix of wide open spaces for long-range fights and small buildings for close-quarters combat.

Modes: Team Deathmatch, Search and Destroy, Domination, Free-for-All, Hardpoint

Terminal

Terminal
Terminal

Terminal is a map featured in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, which is based on the game's controversial No Russian campaign mission. This airport location is a medium-size map, with plenty of interior and exterior space to fight. Players also have the ability to fight inside an airplane.

Modes: Search and Destroy, Domination, Free-for-All, Hardpoint

Tunisia

Tunisia
Tunisia

Tunisia is another addition from Call of Duty: Online. Set in the urban streets of Tunisia, this is one of Call of Duty Mobile's larger maps. The map features a dense cluster of buildings to fight in and around, and there's also an open square and some narrow alleyways.

Modes: Search and Destroy

If you're just getting started with Call of Duty Mobile, check out our guide on how to use the Gunsmith feature to customize your weapons. We also have a recommended loadout guide to help you use the Gunsmith to build some of the best weapon loadouts in Call of Duty Mobile.

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