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Call of Duty: Mobile – Top 5 Beginner Tips & Tricks


CoD Mobile: Top 5 beginner tips & tricks

Call of Duty: Mobile is one of the most popular online multiplayer games out there right now and its rise to fame is showing no signs of slowing down. Riding on the legacy built by its console counterparts, this game burst onto the mobile scene late last year to critical acclaim.

Day after day, more and more players are downloading it for the first time, and diving headfirst into the intense gameplay and action that the series has always been known for and veterans of the Call of Duty franchise are discovering a new way to play their favorite first-person shooter on the go.

The game is very accommodating towards new players and the experience is only made better with a mobile gaming controller. But still, it can be a bit daunting to pick up and play for the first time. That’s why today we’re going to take a look at five of the best beginner tips and tricks for Call of Duty: Mobile.

CoD: Mobile Logo

 

#1 – Aiming Mode

One of the things I love about Call of Duty: Mobile is how hard it works to get you comfortable playing from the get-go. In the beginning, you’re greeted with a quick tutorial that explains briefly how the gameplay works and lets you choose between two different modes for aiming and shooting.

  • Simple: This mode requires a lot less input from the player as you are only required to move and aim while the gun automatically starts firing once you draw a bead on the target.
  • Advanced: This mode requires a lot more input from the player as you will be required to shoot and aim simultaneously while also moving your character.

Using the Simple aiming mode when playing for the first time is great for beginners. As the name suggests, it simplifies the mechanics of the game and lets you focus on getting a lot of the basics right.

Aim Settings

Once you feel more comfortable and are looking for more control over your movements, you can switch it up to the Advanced mode, which is my personal favorite, and take it from there.

 

#2 – Artificial Competition

When I jumped into my first few games of Call of Duty: Mobile, I was impressed by how easy it was for me to mow down the competition and put up a good fight regardless of whether I win or lose. Well, that was not an accident.

Tencent Games knew that the majority of the player base wouldn’t be hardcode Call of Duty players and so they made it as easy as possible for beginners by making sure your first few levels of the game would be up against players controlled by A.I. (Artificial Intelligence) also known as bots.

You’ll notice as these bots tend to stand out in the open, pointlessly aiming their guns, failing to hit anything, almost as if they’re waiting for you to shoot them and that is exactly what’s happening. So make sure to channel your inner Rambo and get as familiar with the game and the guns as you can.

You’ll be playing like this until level 7 and the game will start putting in more and more human players until you reach level 10. From then on, there will be no bots in your matches and you’ll notice this as well because, unfortunately, you’ll start dying in the game a whole lot more.

 

#3 – Practise Vs. A.I.

Matchmaking is a tool that ensures you only play matches with players on the same level. It goes all the way up to level 150 so you can be at quite a disadvantage if you’re only level 15 and you’re put up against players that are a lot higher.

But still, you will inevitably run into better players, and, like me, the need to improve will take over.

Luckily for us, you don’t have only have to practice in-game and up against other players. If you go into the multiplayer game mode selection, you will see Practise Vs. A.I. to the far left. This will work similarly to the early levels and put you up against bots that don’t do much.

Practise Vs A.I.

It’s useful for a few reasons in particular.

  • Maps: Play on a specific map to get familiar with the layout, the best gun to use, and even the most common spots to encounter enemies.
  • Weapons: There are a variety of weapons in Call of Duty: Mobile and it’s here where you’ll get familiar with all the guns, rocket launchers, grenades, and special perks that are on offer.
  •  Practice: I highly recommend you first jump into this game mode and play until you feel invincible before heading in for more of that classic PvP (Player Vs. Player).

 

 

# 4 – Play With Headphones

It seemed a bit unnecessary at first to me, but I soon found out that there is a lot to be gained from playing with some decent headphones. There is too much information to be gained for it to be ignored and I make sure I use a good headset whenever I play because I know how big of an advantage it can be.

Skullcandy Hesh 2 Wireless Headphones

Skullcandy Hesh 2 Wireless Headphones

Every player’s footsteps can be heard if they’re close enough, especially the enemies, so you can imagine how much easier a firefight can be when you can already hear where exactly your target is or where they’re coming from or even what gun they’re using.

This can be extremely useful in the Battle Royale mode and I can tell you first hand that being able to hear any enemy movements has saved my life more times than I can count. Not just from the sound of their footsteps but the sound of their gunshots in the distance as well.

 

#5 – Re-Organise The Layout

No layout in a game is perfect and as I progressed in Call of Duty: Mobile, I found myself losing more and more firefights simply because my thumb kept missing the shoot button. My hands were just too big for my phone so I kept taking note of where my thumb was hitting and sure enough, it would constantly land in the same place when I missed.

So rather than continuously adjusting my thumb, I could simply readjust where the button sat on my screen and make it bigger, making sure that I hit it every time. Something I didn’t know I could do at first.

Re-adjusting the layout all comes down to personal preference and that will develop over time once you discover your playstyle or once you start using a mobile gaming controller or peripheral attachment and have to adjust the controls accordingly.

Organise Layout

 

There’s So Much More…

There are so many different ways to enjoy Call of Duty: Mobile and improve as a player that I could never fit every piece of advice I had in one go but I’ll be covering this and more advanced techniques that I’ve learned along the way as well so make sure you don’t miss a post.

We’re in the last few weeks of Season 4 and now is the perfect time to get started before Season 5 rolls around and brings a whole lot more for us to enjoy.

Do you play Call of Duty: Mobile? What are some of the tips and tricks you would recommend to first time players? Let us know in the comments section below!

-StevieMAX

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12 thoughts on “Call of Duty: Mobile – Top 5 Beginner Tips & Tricks”

  1. Darnell Yeldon says:

    Great information, call of duty is already a real popular game on the game systems, so the mobile version of call of duty being a popular online multiplayer games out there right now is understandable. Playing a game on a mobile app and playing it on a game systems is completely different and to me harder so giving tips for the beginners was very helpful!

    1. StevieMAX says:

      Thanks, Darnell.

      I’m glad you found this article useful. It does definitely take some getting used to. Like, you won’t automatically be a pro on mobile if you were on console so the tips are important

  2. David says:

    I play call of duty mobile and Fortnite. I consider both games to be the best in the market. I do recommend practicing a lot.

    One of my biggest mistakes as a newbie was running. I run a lot. You need to slow down your running and concentrate more on aiming! I don’t say you need to be a camper. But you need to stop yourself and thing more to learn to aim! 

    Also thanks for tips. I have not used earphones. I used phones speaker! I will try to use them! 

    1. StevieMAX says:

      Whaddup, David!

      Thanks for stopping by. It’s funny you mention that because I was going to touch on more advanced tips like “the proper use of sprint” in later posts. It is an important factor that I’m glad you mentioned.

  3. Kevin says:

    I’ve never played Call of Duty: Mobile before. I always wondered how user-friendly the controllers were on a phone screen?

    I’m glad to know that the controls are user-friendly for players. The option to customize some of the control settings is a very nice feature. Some mobile games lack the ability to adjust controller settings.

    I always did like how the Call of Duty series was easy to get into and play on consoles. For some reason I didn’t believe a mobile game for the Call of Duty series could capture that aspect properly. 

    I stand corrected.

    I might give it a go. How long do you think this game can last?

    It seems like it all depends on the consistency of development.

    1. StevieMAX says:

      Hi, Kevin

      At the rate at which they are supplying updates, I think the game will stay fresh for a very long time. I personally see myself playing this game for the next 2 years at least. It’s tons of fun and seems to get better every season!

  4. Jomata says:

    Hello there,  thanks for this very detailed and informative post, after all the hype I have been seeing social media,  I decided to download the game call of duty to given it a try if it’s really worth the hype or it’s  just overrated,  but just lunching the game on my phone and seeing the interface I knew that I needed some extra information on how to play, and this post right here have provided me with that. I’m ready to get started with call of duty.

    1. StevieMAX says:

      Hey, Jomata.

      Thanks for stopping by, I’m glad you found this article helpful. Good luck playing Call of Duty: mobile!

  5. Sheddy Ovb says:

    Wow, Helooo there a big thanks to you for sharing this beautiful tips  and tricks on call of duty mobile game. I have actually heard a lot  about this game, I am a lover of games. I haven’t tried it out though but I am definitely going to top up my gaming experience with this game.. thanks for this tips and tricks it’s really going to be useful. 

    1. StevieMAX says:

      Hey, Sheddy.

      Thanks for visiting mobilegamertech.com, I’m glad you got a lot of use out of this post. Hope you enjoy Call of Duty: Mobile!

  6. Philebur says:

    Hi there thanks for the review it was really helpful. Well before now I wasn’t a great fan of mobile games until a frend of mine introduced me to play COD. At first I did’t really like the game maybe because it was on phone but my likeness for it began to grow after realizing its amazing features. I really do not like using cheat when playing cos it makes it really easy. I think COD mobile is the best game ever I have played so far.

    1. StevieMAX says:

      Hey, Phil

      Thanks for stopping by! I’m glad you enjoy Call of Duty: Mobile as well!

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