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Call of Duty Mobile Season 11: What Is The Release Date?

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Call of Duty Mobile Season 11 will be going live in the near future and we have all the information you need to know around its release date.

The hugely successful franchise added the mobile game a few years ago and they haven’t looked back at all.

It adds a lot of new great content to the game, as well as bringing back old content from the franchise for the gaming community to play again.

Season 11 will see new weapons, multiplayer maps, cosmetics and characters, and it is easy to see why players are so excited for its release.

Read more: Call of Duty Mobile Season 11: Leaks, Release Date, Trailer, Test Server, Battle Pass, Patch Notes And More

What is the release date for Call of Duty Mobile Season 11?

The developers will be working hard on making Call of Duty Mobile Season 11 the best one yet, and with Christmas around the corner, we wonder if there will be a lot of new themed content coming when the season goes live.

Season 10 was released on Wednesday 17th November 2021, and with seasons typically only a month apart, we expect to see season 11 released on Monday December 20th 2021.

Hopefully season 11 is just as good as season 10, or even better, and if it isn’t, there might be a fair few complaints from the gaming community.

Season 10 has only been out for a small period of time, but many have praised the work that the developers have done, and due to this, expectations are at an all time high for season 11.

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No doubt as we get closer to the release of the new season, we will be treated to a lot more new information and updates around season 11, including official confirmation of the release date. When this is revealed we update this page as soon as we can.

Despite being a mobile game, we have seen it flourish and the graphics recently have been further improved as the developers have come out and revealed how players can enhance their playing experience in Call of Duty Mobile.

Read More: Call of Duty Mobile: How to Enhance the Player Gaming Experience

Be sure to work out how to do this to make your gaming experience better in Call of Duty Mobile and we for one cannot wait for the release of Call of Duty Mobile Season 11.

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The Plot In You Announce Debut New Zealand Shows w/ ERRA

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Ohio’s The Plot In You are heading our way in spring 2022 for two massive North Island shows. Now based in Miami, the four piece are basking in the alt-rock / hardcore glow of their fifth studio album Swan Song, which dropped in September this year to glowing reviews, and was written as an exercise in catharsis after “years of negativity, soured friendships, disappointment, and mistakes”. With a mammoth stint of worldwide touring already well underway, The Plot In You will be a well oiled machine when they hit our shores for the first time next September, joined by fellow US metalcore fiends ERRA at both their Tāmaki Makaurau and Pōneke shows. As one of the first overseas acts to announce a New Zealand tour since recent international travel news, you might want to act fast on tickets – pre sales go live tomorrow morning, with early birds and general tickets to be released in early December. Get the full run down below…

The Plot In You ‘Swan Song’ Tour w/ ERRA

Tuesday 27th September – Neck Of The Woods, Auckland
Wednesday 28th September – Valhalla, Wellington
General On-Sale available HERE via UTR from 10am NZST, Friday 3rd December 

Spotify presale available from 9am NZST, Tuesday 30th November
Fan Early Bird Presale available HERE from 5pm NZST, Wednesday 1st December

From new album Swan Song, watch The Plot In You’s cinematic clip for ‘Face Me’…


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Ohio quartet THE PLOT IN YOU announce the Swan Song Australian and New Zealand tour which will hit all capital cities in September 2022. Their debut national headline tour will be joined by five-piece progressive metalcore heavyweights and very special guests, ERRA.

After racking up over 100 million streams and receiving praise from Billboard, Rock Sound, Alternative Press, and more, THE PLOT IN YOU have crafted music that addresses the end of various things and situations in life.

In September, THE PLOT IN YOU released their fifth full-length album, Swan Song. Sonically and spiritually, Swan Song stares down at years of negativity, soured friendships, disappointment, and mistakes and flush it all away in the wake of hammering distortion, towering melodies, cinematic production, and unapologetically cathartic lyrics.

The record received glowing reviews globally. With Hysteria Magazine saying, “In a triumphant fashion, Swan Song may well be the group’s most audacious; genre bending and diverse album to date.” And Wall Of Sound said, “If Swan Song was indeed The Plot In You’s final album, then it would see the four-piece bowing out on a high, at both their popular and creative peak.”

THE PLOT IN YOU’s last visit to our shows saw them supporting Polaris in 2018 for the sold out national ‘The Mortal Coil Tour’ and had critics raving about their flawless live show.

Hailing from Birmingham, Alabama, ERRA’s namesake comes from Akkadian mythology and represents mayhem. Their technical sound and writing is taken by influences from well-respected groups like Misery Signals, Born of Osiris and Saosin. They thrive on being creative and showcasing their talent through their intense live performances and offering their refreshing sound. Their 2020 self-titled album saw them receiving high praise from fans and music critics alike.

The Swan Song tour is one tour you won’t want to miss as it graces Australian shores in September. Grab a ticket while you can!

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The Equalizer season 2 episode 8 return date for Queen Latifah, cast

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The EqualizerFollowing tonight’s new episode, are you eager to get The Equalizer season 2 episode 8 return date? What about a good sense of what could be coming next?

There are a few different things that we should get into here, but let’s begin by sharing some of the unfortunate news: All signs point to you waiting a good while to see the series back on the air. Because of various holiday-related programs, we know that CBS is set up with programming from now until Christmas Day and no more episodes of the Queen Latifah series are on the schedule. It’s unlikely that they would air an episode in between Christmas and New Year’s, so the earliest we would expect to see the show back is in early January.

What will the writers bring to the table at that point? More than likely, there are a few different things that they will circle for Robyn McCall. At the forefront of all of them will be how she continues to balance out her job and trying to still have some semblance of a normal life. Is it possible of her to retain any anonymity? Also, what sort of clients will require her services? We’re sure there will be some external pressure for the writers to want to accelerate the stakes to some degree, but we don’t think that creating bigger action sequences is the most feasible way forward. Instead, we imagine that we’ll get a handful of character-focused stories that enable us to better understand this ensemble. While McCall is and should always be the primary focus, we don’t want to pretend as though she’s the only part of the show.

Expect at least two or three new The Equalizer episodes to air in January; then, there could be another hiatus brought on by awards shows, the NFL, and also the Olympics. In general, the schedule is going to be a little bit weird until March.

Related – Be sure to get some more news when it comes to The Equalizer right now

What do you most want to see when it comes to The Equalizer season 2 episode 8?

Be sure to share right now in the comments! Once you do just that, stick around — there are other updates coming and we don’t want you to miss them. (Photo: CBS.)


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Halo Infinite PS4 and Switch Release Date: Will it come to Sony and Nintendo consoles?

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Fans are holding out hope that Halo Infinite will come to the PS4 or Switch. If this came to fruition, the release date would, of course, be after the game launches on PC and Xbox, but is there any chance of that happening? We’ll take a look at what the chances are for Halo Infinite to release on a PlayStation or Nintendo console.

Will Halo Infinite get a PS4 release date?

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The chances of Halo Infinite releasing on PS4 or PS5 are only infinitesimally larger than zero. Halo’s developer, 343 Industries, is a first-party Microsoft development studio, and it’s one of Xbox’s most valuable properties. Given that Microsoft sees Sony as its direct rival, porting Halo Infinite to PS4 or PS5 would be an incredibly poor business decision.

Halo will never come to any platform other than PC and Xbox as long as Microsoft owns 343 Industries. Even if 343 Industries ever split off to form an independent studio as Bungie did, Microsoft would still retain the Halo IP.

Will Halo come to Nintendo Switch?

The likelihood of Halo Infinite getting a Nintendo Switch release date is about as poor as it coming to PlayStation. However, even though it might not get a direct port, there is a chance that users could eventually play it on Switch. In fact, hacked Switches can already do so.

Since the Switch OS is Android-based, the Xbox Cloud Gaming (formerly Project xCloud) app works just fine. Users have reported that after installing a custom version of Android on a hacked Switch, they could install the app and play with no issues. Microsoft would almost certainly release an official Xbox Cloud Gaming app for Switch, given a chance. However, Nintendo has been reticent to release any apps for the console, and it’s still missing several that even the 3DS and Wii U had.

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