Call Of Duty: Mobile Guide - 5 Tips To Get Ahead In Multiplayer

Get ahead in multiplayer mode.
Get ahead in multiplayer mode. Tencent Games

The appeal of the Call of Duty franchise initially was the focus on a single-player campaign. As new games were made, the multiplayer feature got bigger. When Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 arrived, it had more emphasis on multiplayer than a campaign. This appears to have been the inspiration for Call of Duty: Mobile, which has Multiplayer and Battle Royale.

By now you probably have tried the multiplayer mode. If you've been doing well, awesome. If not, then today's guide hopes to change that.

Practice Does Make Perfect

There's no better way to say it, but practice does make perfect. The good news is that Call of Duty: Mobile has a Practice Mode. Here you can test out a new weapon or even see if the loadout you picked is the right one for you. You can even try out new maps before actually going to fight in them. Practice Mode offers a more controlled environment for multiplayer. The only disadvantage, if you could call it that, is that your don't get to earn any XP, for both players and weapons.

Form the Squad

Yes it's nice to have a squad in multiplayer. However, it is better to have a squad with familiar people. A good way to go about it is to group up with your friends for multiplayer. You can talk with your team through the in-game chat or, better yet, get together with everyone IRL.

Take Control

It's always good advice to try different settings. For Call of Duty: Mobile, don't be satisfied with playing on the default settings. Try to adjust the sensitivity levels and see how it works out for you. You can even make adjustments for the locations of the on-screen buttons. Try to find what settings work best for you. The good thing about Call of Duty: Mobile is that the level of customization is just enough to make every player happy.

Cover is Key

This being a firefight, it is always good to take cover. Being out in the open is dangerous, to say the least. Always remember to hide when you can. This is where the crouch button is most useful. You can even go prone and then hide behind cover. Of course, always be mindful of your position.

Don't be too Comfortable

You may have played a few games and found the "right weapon" for you. However, that may not always be the case. There might be maps that force you to change up your combat approach. Even if you do manage to be an expert in one weapon, try giving other weapons a shot, pun intended. This is why customizing your loadout is important. You have five slots and you can customize them to fit the map or your role in the squad.

Hopefully with this guide you’re on your way to a better multiplayer experience with Call of Duty: Mobile.

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