Call of Duty Mobile iOS, Android rewards, controller, loadouts and MORE essential tips

Call of Duty Mobile iOS, Android rewards, controller, loadouts and MORE essential tips

Call of Duty Mobile is more popular than ever right now, especially with gamers stuck at home with little else to do.

The iOS and Android download ended 2019 with nearly 200 million downloads, making it one of the most successful games of the year.

The success would continue in 2020, as Call of Duty Mobile won the BAFTA Award for Best Mobile Game in last week’s online ceremony.

Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a brand new player, everybody could use some expert tips to get ahead.

Thankfully, Call of Duty content creator MarleyThirteen has provided Express Online with some exclusive tips on how to get ahead in Call of Duty Mobile.

From loadouts to screen layouts, controllers and login rewards, check out the Call of Duty Mobile tips below.


If you find that you keep accidentally pressing a button or would find it easier if one of them was closer to your thumb, why not try moving them around.

The settings menu has an option for you to move and place different buttons where you see fit. So you can have the freedom to use a layout that works best for you.


Returning players are rewarded with daily rewards such as Weapon XP cards, crates and credits. All of these items will come in handy as you progress on Call of Duty: Mobile. Weapon XP cards allow you to upgrade weapons to unlock attachments, which will help you during games.

Credits you collect can be spent on different weapons skins and other cosmetic items, so you can make sure you look good whilst rocking those new attachments.


When you first play Call of Duty: Mobile you’ll start with one loadout you can customise. As you begin to rank up you’ll notice you’ll unlock a second loadout. Make sure to use this to your advantage and add a second weapon you like to use.

You could have an assault rifle on one loadout and use a submachine gun on the other. This way, whether it’s a long range map or close quarters, you’ll have two loadouts you can switch between for the right situation.


Practice makes perfect. There is a game mode where you can play against the AI. These are games where you can get used to some of the maps, the weapons or even the controls.

This is a great way to make sure you’re getting some good practice and prepare yourself to play against other real players.


Call of Duty: Mobile has bluetooth controller support, meaning you can connect most standard wireless controllers and play with a similar set up you might be used to with consoles. If you’re struggling with the on-screen controls just pick up a bluetooth controller and connect it to your phone.

You should seamlessly be able to jump into Multiplayer or Battle Royale whilst using a controller.

Published at Sat, 11 Apr 2020 08:01:00 +0000