The Chinese version of Activision's popular first person shooter is set to get a brand new 'Battle Royale' style game mode.
Call of Duty Online is the PC Chinese version of the franchise, but rather than release a new game each year, they've just had one game that has been modified over the years and features elements of the modern day CoD's released in the West.
A new video has been released to show the new game mode being played, which follows a similar concept that the likes of H1Z1, PLAYERUNKNOWN's BattleGround's and Fortnite.
In the Call of Duty Online version, 18 players select their starting position and spawn into the map with no weaponry, with a stadium announcer and crowd cheering as the 'Survivor Game' is announced.
Players navigate around and pickup weapons and equipment, and as the map becomes smaller over time, players attempt to kill their opponents and remain the last alive.
The Battle Royale version of CoD online operates in a very similar fashion to the likes of Fortnite, PUBG and H1Z1, however with just 17 opponents compared to close to a 100 on other BR shooters, it's still a very different experience.
A user has uploaded a full round of the game that includes selecting his position on the map, all the way through to placing fifth.
Unfortunately for those in the West looking to get their hands on Call of Duty Online, there are no plans for it to be released in outside of a China. Whilst there is a number of workarounds to play, you'll be playing on dedicated servers with some high ping.