Call of Duty: Mobile is one of the best mobile first-person shooters we have ever played, and one of the main reasons for this is the commitment of the game to replicate what the consoles and PC games are so addictive makes. This includes not only the feel of the fight and cards that resemble their big siblings, but also a Battle Royale mode and a progression system that encourages you to play to unlock the latest gear. But how do you make the ideal custom character? Use our Call of Duty: Mobile loadout guide to design one that best fits your playing style.
Design of your first loadout
Your very first loadout in Call of Duty: Mobile will be built using Simon "Ghost" Riley in the tutorial section of the game so you can't miss it. Start the basic training section as it commands, and once you have completed, you can go from the main menu to the unload screen and equip the M4 assault rifle.
Your first unloading will not include a full range of weapons, perks, and equipment. These are gradually unlocked as you reach a higher overall level through multiplayer, so jump into a number of Team Deathmatch or Frontline games and shoot bad guys. After you have unlocked the first few benefits, return to the unload screen and place them in place. It is no advantage to fight without extras and equipment, and it only takes you to reach level 2 before you can use the fragile grenade.
How to make the best equipment
Call of Duty: Mobile a lot of different weapons and skills to choose from, and as such there is no perfect equipment that will dominate the enemy team. Instead, you must choose items that complement each other so that they match your playing style.
For example, if you have an assault rifle and you are a trigger-lucky player, you want to opt for extensive magazines about the fast-draw magazines. Similarly, stealth players should equip a suppressor on their weapons, while more aggressive players should not, because this is accompanied by a fine. Snipers should not choose operator skills such as the flame thrower purification installation where you also need to be close to your targets, but must have a suitable gun for emergencies.
Below we have outlined an ideal class that is great for learning the ropes and that can be obtained with a few hours of play. Over time, you can trade things in and out to fit your own style:
Primary weapon: M4 with holographic visor, extensive magazines, forage and laser visor
Secondary weapon : MW11 with extended magazine and suppressor
Deadly equipment: Sticky grenade
Non-lethal equipment: Flashbang
Operator Skill: Scythe mini-gun
Perk 1: Fast Recover
Perk 2: Vulture
Perk 3: Dead Silence or Hardline  Scorestreaks: Predator Missile, UAV, Care package
This equipment is not only well-rounded and built for aggressive players, but is also perfect for those who play alone. With benefits such as Fast Recover and Vulture you can survive if you are not with your teammates and have enough spare ammunition, and the extensive magazines on your main weapons give you enough firepower to kill more than one enemy before reloading.  When you play with friends, it can help you to play different roles instead. If everyone uses an assault rifle or submachine gun, you will have trouble eliminating distant enemies. However, if a player uses a sniper rifle instead, this gives the others more options to push further with their own weapons and get within reach.
You will initially be limited to one unload slot, but this will increase to five after your level has risen slightly, and you can switch between equipment before re-entering multiplayer games.
Unlocking New Equipment
To unlock new weapons, equipment and perks in Call of Duty: Mobile you must earn experience points through multiplayer competitions. There is no linear path to get this as quickly as possible. Instead, each weapon has a certain player level that you must reach before it is unlocked. If the assault rifle that you have sighted requires level 75 you must go with something else in the meantime.
What you can do to speed up the process, however, is what kind of duplicate XP events. Check the home screen and look for a duplicate XP icon at the top of the page. If it's there, you'll earn twice as much experience for your multiplayer sessions that you would otherwise have.
Upgrading your weapons
Upgrading weapons you already have is needed to unlock several attachments for them. When you unlock a new gun for the first time, you are limited to the iron visors, with no fancy magazines or forefront to help you aim. By using the weapon in battle, you increase the weapon level, you ultimately reach a maximum level and you unlock all available attachments for the weapon.
However, using the weapon is not necessary to raise the level – you can also use special weapon XP cards. To use a card that you have, select the "upgrade" button after choosing a weapon in your collection and then use the arrows to add as many of your available cards as you want.
To get more XP cards for weapons, keep playing Call of Duty: Mobile as you normally would, and open the care packages that you occasionally receive for registration on a specific day. You can also claim the rewards in the free section of the battle card in the main menu to receive one from time to time.
If you choose to spend real money and buy Call of Duty points, the cards are also available directly through the game store.
Obtaining cosmetic items
Buying and using new cosmetic items in Call of Duty: Mobile is slightly more complicated than things like weapons and equipment, because there are a lot of different ways to do this. We've explained them below, so you can avoid paying as much real money as possible when you create your ideal character in the game.
Claim Free Rewards : While completing certain challenges in Calling of Duty: Mobile – in multiplayer and battle generous – you are eligible for certain cosmetic rewards from the combat pass. You do not have to pay to access some of these rewards, and if you go to the battle pass page from the main menu and select the tab with an alert icon, you can claim anything you've unlocked. We have received things like sprays and new colors for grenades using this method.
Complete events and open crates: You get special & # 39; combat crates & # 39; both for playing the game and logging in, and for completing events that are currently running in the game. Just click on an event in the main menu and you can claim rewards based on your activity. From there, open the combat crates on the unload screen for a chance to receive a cosmetic item.
Spend Credits: While you continue to play Call of Duty: Mobile and collect credits, you ultimately have enough to spend on cosmetic items in the store. Only a few are available with Credits at a time, but this is a quick way to get a coat of arms instead of using Call of Duty Points.
Spending Call of Duty Points: Nobody wants to follow this route, but if there is a certain skin you want, you might have to bite the bullet and spend the premium Call of Duty Points. The only way to get this is to spend real money, and for weapons you will need to view at least $ 10 for an individual skin. Just be complete and make sure that the skin will make a difference in your life before you hand over the money.