Like Black Ops 4, Call of Duty: Mobile is a real battle mode that offers its own spin on the formula. By combining elements of PUBG Mobile and Apex Legends, it provides a deep and satisfying real battle experience that even veteran players may need some advice to master.
COD: Battle Royale mobile tips
Like other Battle Royale games, Call of Duty: Mobile features individual, couple and four-player squad modes, and the class you choose for each of these is an important part of your success. The Medic class is our personal favorite for solo players since their class skill is a powerful medical kit that creates an area of effect healing ring.
This can be used to heal all your teammates after a difficult fight, but it is even more useful for solo games. Place the medical kit at your feet when shooting begins and assuming you do not suffer too much damage, you will be cured by the time you finish. This will give you the opportunity to escape without taking additional time to use a different healing object since enemies often swarm at the site of a battle.
This is something that PUBG Mobile members know very well. Players often jump off the plane and head to one of the densest places on the map, such as an industrial center or a city. If you want to have a chance to survive in Call of Duty: Mobile, resist the urge to do so.
Instead, look for places on the map that only have a few buildings next to each other, and make sure your destination is not on the plane’s route. Very rarely you will find more than one enemy at the beginning of the game if you use this strategy, and you will almost always find enough weapons and equipment to defend yourself.
In a nod to Blackout mode of Black Ops 4, Call of Duty: Mobile includes bosses in Battle Royale. They are designated on the map from the beginning of each game with a red dot, and if you get close enough to this marker, they will appear and start attacking.
Killing them will grant you squad rewards such as powerful weapons and armor, but it’s almost never worth taking the time to kill the boss. You will have to use a lot of ammunition to knock them down, and they are likely to hit you at least sometimes in the process. While shooting, you will also be alerting every nearby enemy of your location, which means there is a good chance that you may not even use the items you purchase.
What you do want to pursue are the supply airstrips that will land periodically on stage. These can be found by looking for green dots on your map, and you will see a chimney when you approach. Inside the airfields are some of the rarest weapons and equipment in the game, including a grenade launcher from previous games called War Machine.
Use your own ammo so you can’t keep using it throughout the game, but you can absolutely decimate the last players in a given round. However, if you find a rocket launcher, we suggest you leave it since the weapon can only shoot at vehicles and so far they have not been very popular in the game.
A telltale sign that someone has been or is currently in the building you are entering is for a door to open since they are all closed by default at the beginning of a real battle. However, if you close a door after entering a building, you can also trick players into thinking that the building has not yet been registered and set up an ambush.
It may sound like a strategy where few players would fall, but we were able to take down a handful of enemies that entered the same building during a real battle round. Never underestimate the carelessness of your opponents!
You don’t have to worry about the type of ammo when you play in competitive multiplayer mode, but Battle Royale mode in Call of Duty: Mobile includes them. Depending on the weapon you equip, you could use 7.62, 5.56, .45 or 9 mm ammunition.
Weapons share ammunition reserves if you have two that use the same caliber of ammunition, which means that you will effectively reduce the amount available by half. Instead, make sure that the two weapons you equip use different ammunition. Not only will you have more ammunition in general, but you will have two weapons built for different scenarios and ranges.
It is crucial that you communicate effectively with your team to win a real battle, particularly if you are playing in squads of four people. To do this, you can use your device’s microphone, and it can be enabled by pressing the microphone icon to the left of the minimap.
We prefer a “wait to talk” style, which you can enable in the options since it only captures your voice when you touch the icon. If you prefer, you can also turn it on permanently if you are about to enter an agitated shooting. In addition, you can place a marker on the main map so that your teammates know your intended goal, which will deter them from moving away.
Something that affects shooters on almost all standard-sized phones, it’s very easy to accidentally press the left fire button on Call of Duty: Mobile when you’re using the virtual stick. It is annoying in competitive multiplayer mode, but it can reveal your position in a real battle.
To avoid doing this, you can press your thumb further away from the button when using the joystick, and it will relocate. You can also enter the game settings and deactivate the left fire button until it points down, but we find that it is quite useful when you need to shoot quickly, so we recommend keeping it permanently enabled. On larger phones or tablets, this should be a minor problem.
When the feared circle of the doom of Battle Royale begins to invade your position, don’t panic. Yes, it moves quite fast and damages you as it does in other Battle Royale games, but the damage in Call of Duty: Mobile is quite slow.
You can take the time you need to escape the circle or even find a vehicle first. As long as you have a healing object ready to use once you’ve reached the safe area, you’ll be completely fine. When you are in the last stages of a match, you may want to intentionally stay out of the safe area to confuse or ambush the remaining enemies.
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