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CoD Mobile devs explain why the Heartbeat Sensor isn’t in-game yet

Developers for Call of Duty Mobile have addressed the reason why the long-awaited Heartbeat Sensor hasn’t appeared in the game yet.



With Call of Duty Mobile Season 13 just around the corner, one developer has finally explained why the Heartbeat Sensor isn’t in the game yet along with when we can expect to see the device arrive.

There is a variety of tactical equipment that you can use in Call of Duty to give yourself an edge over your opponents. One of the most commonly-used pieces is the Heartbeat Sensor. This tech is capable keep track of multiple targets and alerts you of nearby enemies.

Despite being a popular pick, especially in Warzone, this item has yet to appear in Call of Duty: Mobile. There has been speculation about its arrival for quite some time, so players have been waiting to hear something from the developers.

Well, now we finally have an answer. One of the developers of the game addressed this issue, and finally explained when we’ll be seeing the Heartbeat Sensor in COD: Mobile.

There is a thread in the CoD Mobile subreddit about the Season 13 Public Test Build, where fans of the franchise can discuss their thoughts on the upcoming update. One of the developers was there and decided to answer a question about the Heartbeat Sensor.

When is the Heartbeat Sensor coming to CoD Mobile?

The response was to a fan that brought up that the Heartbeat Sensor can’t be found in the game, despite it being mentioned in the list of tactical equipment. The developer explained that is something that is still under development, so it was never meant for the public test build, but we may see it soon.

“It is something being developed and may show up in a future update,” they wrote. So while players may not be able to utilize the Heartbeat Sensor right now, it’s something that’s definitely still in the works and will likely appear soon.

They didn’t elaborate beyond that, but it’s nice to know that they do have plans to introduce the Heartbeat Sensor to CoD: Mobile at some point. If we’re lucky, then we might see it in the next season. Hopefully, it will stay clear of the many bugs that have plagued Warzone.

CoD Mobile Season 13, also known as Winter War, will go live on December 21. It’s filled with a plethora of exciting content such as new weapons, vehicles, and the return of the Nuketown Russia map from Black Ops 4. There is also a brand new snowy POI available on the map.

The new update promises to be an exciting one. We’re looking forward to the new additions in the season, and will keep you updated with what else we find.

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Attack of the Undead could be returning to COD Mobile

Attack of the Undead could be returning to Call of Duty mobile, as revealed in the most recent test build.



The Attack of the Undead mode could be making another return to COD Mobile in the coming weeks.

The popular 20 player battle royale limited-time mode, Attack of the Undead has been teased via the January test build for COD Mobile.

This mode pits survivors vs undead, with the goal of the undead to kill all survivors before the time runs out. Survivors on the other hand, simply need to live long enough for the timer to hit 0 to win. The game will begin with 2 randomly selected players to be zombies, who will originally be dropped in with their loadout.

After 2 additional players are infected, zombies will spawn in with knives instead. This is where teamwork will become paramount, as closing in the distance to a survivor will require lots of teammates for distractions. Survivors should also use the beginning of the game to loot up and secure an area to survive.

Once one survivor is remaining, they’ll be granted a death machine and extra health as a boost. As survivors score kills, they’ll be granted various perks to fight off the undead. Here’s the list:

  • Vulture: Collect ammo from kills. (Scavenger)
  • Amped: Faster weapon swap and reload speed.
  • Restock: Faster operator skill activation.

Hopefully we’ll see this mode implemented into the next major COD mobile update.

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Tips and tricks to dominate Grind on CoD Mobile

You can be the top dog in Call of Duty: Mobile’s Grind mode if you’re smart, and remember a few tips and tricks.



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Call of Duty: Mobile has finally got the Grind mode as part of its recent Season 13 update. If you’re looking to come out on top during this multiplayer mode, then you should keep a few useful tips in mind.

Grind was a unique game mode that was first introduced in Call of Duty: Ghosts. It was initially only available through custom games, but its popularity led to it eventually becoming a true multiplayer mode when Modern Warfare was released in 2019.

Now, Activision has brought it to CoD Mobile as part of the Season 13 update, and it involves you collecting tags dropped by every enemy upon death. Your goal will be to bring these tags back to your team’s objective marker on the map. 

This isn’t going to be a cakewalk, so here are a few useful tips to keep in mind to dominate the Grind game mode in Call of Duty: Mobile.

Mind your positioning in CoD Mobile’s Grind

If you want to collect enemy tags, you will need to control the center of the map. This is because it will increase your chances of surviving the journey back to your team’s base since it’s less risky than running from further away.

Don’t focus on aggressively pushing your way through enemy ranks, as this mode isn’t ideal for that. You’ll find yourself in a world of hurt if you stick to this type of planning, so be careful as you make your way forward.

That said, you can still be aggressive in your efforts to keep the enemy team from banking. You can put aside the objective of collecting tags, and instead focus on taking out foes while you’re positioned close to their base.

Hopefully, you’ll have a teammate or two that will focus on picking up tags from the enemies you bring down. Your focus will be on slowing them down in their efforts to rack up points.

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Less is more in CoD Mobile’s Grind

As we mentioned earlier, you shouldn’t focus on playing aggressively in Grind. While you might be tempted to gun-down foes left and right while collecting as many tags as you can, this isn’t guaranteed to work out well for you.

If the enemy can eliminate you near their base while you have a large collection of tags on you, then your efforts will go to waste. They’ll have no issue taking back what you stole from them and you’ll end up helping them.

For this reason, less is often more in this game mode. You should focus on collecting a few tags and then making several round trips to your objective marker.

Grind mode in CoD Mobile

Stick with SMGs

Your weapon loadout choice will determine your chances of success in Grind. If you’re up for rushing into close combat, then you can’t do better than SMGs. They offer better mobility and speed than Assault Rifles.

This makes them the ideal choice for this game mode. You’ll be spending the majority of your time running and gunning in this mode, so it makes sense to choose a weapon that you can fire from the hip. You can do well with the AGR 556 after equipping a few attachments.

The AGR 556 SMG in CoD Mobile

While Assault Rifles often dominate battle royales, they don’t offer the assurance that SMGs do during hectic close-range combat situations. You can have the AR users in your team hang back and provide cover fire.

In the end, the class you pick will be the key to your imminent victory. Just keep these tips in mind and you’ll be able to annihilate your foes in CoD Mobile’s Grind mode.

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The 5 Best weapons in Call of Duty: Mobile

There are a plethora of amazing weapons in Call of Duty: Mobile Season 13 for you to use. We’ll go over the 5 best ones you should pick.



The 5 Best weapons in Call of Duty: Mobile

With Season 13 of COD: Mobile well underway, there are a ton of new changes to the game’s multiplayer, and its weapons. This means that you’ll have to try out some new guns, and here are the 5 best ones.

Call of Duty: Mobile’s Season 13 went live on Android and iOS devices on December 21, bringing a plethora of new content such as multiplayer maps, Battle Royale changes, and new weapons. The BK57, QXR, and Razorback are the newest guns in the season.

A few weapons such as the ASM 10 have been nerfed in the battle royale so this, along with the new additions, gives you incentive to try out different guns. You’re not guaranteed a victory in Battle Royale by being good at 1v1 gunfights, so you’ll need to pick your weapons wisely.

The 5 Best Call of Duty: Mobile Weapons

COD: Mobile has a wide assortment of weapons for you to choose from, and many of them are suited for different types of combat. SMGs are ideal for taking on your foes while running and gunning, while Assault Rifles dominate medium to long-range combat.

You can get yourself some extremely powerful weapons as loot during matches and here are the five best guns that you can use in Call of Duty: Mobile Season 13.


The ASM-10 is potentially the best Assault Rifle in CoD Mobile Season 13. It’s capable of killing an enemy in only three shots at 20 meters and has very manageable recoil. Plus its headshot accuracy is unmatched by any other weapon in the game.

It does have a low ADS speed, but that hardly matters compared to the damage it can deal and the accuracy it gives you. The gun has received a nerf during this season with the standard mag size being reduced from 30 rounds down to 25.

The weapon will now require more care when using it in hectic combat situations, so we recommend going with an extended magazine to counter this change. It will go along great with the impressive rate of fire that this AR possesses.

ASM-10 Assault Rifle in COD: Mobile

Peacekeeper MK2

The Peacekeeper MK2 is a brand new Assault Rifle that you can unlock at Tier 21 of the free Battle Pass. It’s an ideal weapon choice for close-range combat due to its great damage, mobility, and accuracy that allows you to stay on the move while shooting.

It comes with an iron-sight which is a lot like the base Man-O-War’s, and it’s the only weapon with the magazine flip animation reload in the game.

This weapon isn’t fit for long-range combat, so you’re better off closing the distance between you and your foes. Equipping a few select attachments will significantly improve the close-range combat capabilities of the weapon.

With the great mobility offered by the MK2, you’ll be able to respond to enemies extremely fast and dish out some real pain.

Peacekeeper MK2 in COD: Mobile


This Assault Rifle has become a staple of the Call of Duty franchise and is an extremely popular pick for players. It’s useful at different ranges and its high damage make it capable of eliminating foes in just a couple of shots at close to medium-range.

The AK-47 is great for decimating any foe that dares come your way, but the downside is the high recoil. If you want accuracy when aiming at an enemy target, then you’ll have to equip a few attachments to improve this flaw.

You can use the Strike Foregrip to improve vertical recoil control, and ADS bullet spread accuracy. This will come at the cost of movement speed, but you can counteract that with the Stippled Grip Tape attachment.

AK-47 in COD: Mobile

AGR 556

If you’re up for rushing into close combat, then you can’t do better than SMGs. They offer better mobility and speed than Assault Rifles, so they’re the ideal choice. The AGR 556 is a reliable gun that you obtain at Tier 21 on the Season 12 Battle Pass.

This fully automatic submachine gun can deal damage with a high rate of fire and low recoil. It allows for a lot of mobility and has great range for an SMG. The only aspect that needs some tuning is the DPS, so we’ve prepared a loadout that prioritizes dishing out damage with minimal loss of movement speed.

AGR 556 SMG in COD: Mobile


This automatic shotgun has a large ammo capacity that makes it ideal for close-range combat situations. While it doesn’t have the quickest firing speed, it makes up for it with an incredible effective damage range, and you can reload all your shots at once thanks to the magazine system.

A shotgun isn’t the weapon of choice when engaging in medium to long-range combat, however, you can still increase the Echo’s damage range through attachments such as the MIP Extended Light Barrel.

The weapon’s inability to ADS means you will end up firing from the hip, which allows you to spam shots and eliminate foes frequently. That makes it a must-have during modes like Domination and Hardpoint.

Echo Shotgun in COD: Mobile

That covers the five best weapons that you pick in COD: Mobile Season 13. This selection of guns is useful for a variety of different combat scenarios, at different ranges. Once you have these equipped, you’ll become an unstoppable killing machine.

We hope that this list serve you well. With the new season well underway, we’re expecting a ton of new content for Call of Duty: Mobile in 2021. We’ll be sure to keep you updated with every new announcement.

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