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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.

Image credits: Treyarch

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Modern Warfare’s Renetti set to join CoD: Mobile Season 3

Modern Warfare’s Renetti pistol looks set to join CoD: Mobile as part of Season 3’s weapon additions.



Player holding Modern Warfare's Renetti pistol

Call of Duty: Mobile Season 3 is just a few days away, and a new tweet from the game’s developers has seemingly confirmed that Modern Warfare’s Renetti pistol will be added to the mobile title.

While Call of Duty remains most popular on PC and consoles, Call of Duty: Mobile has built a rabid audience since its release in October 2019.

To keep the game fresh, Activision have been using seasons to introduce new content to the game, and with Season 2 almost finished, the developers have been teasing some of the new additions players can look forward to seeing.

The PP19 Bizon has already been confirmed as a new SMG to add to your arsenal, while the new Coastal map will give players a new location to do battle. Now, CoD: Mobile Season 3 is set to get a new secondary, with Modern Warfare’s Renetti set to join the ranks.

In a tweet from the official CoD: Mobile account, the developers confirmed that a “new pistol is making its way to the next season,” asking players to guess which weapon it could be.

After some keen sleuthing from fans, it was finally discovered that the outline in the image matches perfectly with Modern Warfare’s Renetti, a powerful option at close range which was able to take down enemies with just three bullets.

Even at longer distances it could be impressive, with four body shots enough to eliminate opponents, although the damage statistics may change when it is added to CoD: Mobile.

Modern Warfare's Renetti pistol.

With two new weapons and a map already confirmed, it’s no surprise that fans are anxiously awaiting the release of the new season. Players have even more to look forward to as the year goes on, with devs confirming that Zombies will make their triumphant return later in 2021.

How players will get their hands on the Renetti once Season 3 starts remains to be seen, but it’s likely it will be unlocked as part of the Battle Pass.

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The 10 best guns in CoD Mobile: Weapon tier list

CoD: Mobile’s guns are amazing and plentiful. We’ve taken them all, assigned them a tier, and ranked the top 10 from worst to best.



The 5 Best weapons in Call of Duty: Mobile

Since launching on October 1, 2019, CoD: Mobile has taken handheld gaming by storm and made Activision even more successful. The game boasts a huge array of fearsome weapons, so we’ve assigned them all a grade in our tier list, and ranked the elite guns from worst to best.

Call of Duty: Mobile is still very much into its reboot phase with the game being reset to Season 1 instead of Season 14. Now into its second season, CoD Mobile is growing by the season and continues to add more and more content to the free-to-play game.

Apart from new maps and game modes, the biggest inclusions that players look out for each season is the prospect of new guns. Every Call of Duty game establishes a consistent meta that gamers will hone in on and make the most out of.

CoD: Mobile has many guns to use, and we’ve gone through them all to try and decide which are perhaps not as proficient in the art of killing, and which simply rule the game.

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CoD: Mobile: Weapon tier list

We’re going to take a moment to assign each of CoD: Mobile’s guns an official tier before we place them in order. There’s a lot to get through, let’s see where we ranked them all.

Here is our official tier list of all of CoD: Mobile’s weapons in alphabetical order:

  • S-Tier: Arctic .50, ASM10, AS VAL, Chopper, DL Q33, DR-H, Fennec, KRM 262, Locus, Man-O-War, NA-45, Peacekeeper MK2, QQ9, Razorback, RUS-79U, SKS, SP-R 208, Striker
  • A-Tier: AGR 556, AK-47, BK-57, Echo, GKS, HBRa3, Kilo Bolt-Action, KN 44, LK24, QXR, Type 25, XPR-50
  • B-Tier: AK117, BK57, BY15, Chichom, Cordite, FR .556, HVK-30, HSD405, ICR-1, M21 EBR, M4LMG, MSMC, Outlaw, PDW-57, Pharo, RPD, RUS-79U, UL736
  • C-Tier: M16, M4, HG 40, HS2126, HS0405, S36

Just to explain the system, our S-Tier weapons are the top-of-the-line powerhouses, the A-Tier guns are great, the B-Tier weapons are just missing something, and C-Tier ones are just not worth your time.

CoD: Mobile best weapons ranked Season 2

10. AK117

CoD Mobile AK117

Recent buffs have made the Ak117 a viable option after being unusable for such a long period of time. It doesn’t particularly enjoy long-range encounters, but this is remedied by its hire fire rate in close-range combat.


msmc cod mobile season 2

A blistering fire rate makes the MSMC one of the most important weapons in the whole game.

It does mean that some accuracy and recoil are sacrificed to accompany it, but it’s still a powerful and fun gun to use.


as val cod mobile season 2

A new addition to CoD: Mobile’s staggering selection of firearms. The AS VAL has been imported over from Modern Warfare and it fits in nicely, especially with its close-mid-range potential.

7. Locus

as val in cod mobile season 2

A very intimidating Sniper Rifle to come up against as its damage and fire rate make it a nuisance to counteract.

It is sadly let down by its after-shot recoil though, which gives players a chance to strike.

6. HVK-30

hvk-30 in cod mobile season 2

A very well-balanced Assault Rifle that is pretty much great in all categories, meaning its only downside is that it doesn’t truly excel in any area. This is not a bad thing, and it’s why the HVK-30 is still chosen by many.

5. QQ9 – Best SMG in CoD: Mobile

qq9 in cod mobile season 2

If you want an easy-to-handle SMG with fluid mobility and an obnoxiously high fire rate, then the QQ9 is your choice.

The ADS is pretty swift and speeds up the TTK, which makes it comfortably the best SMG in CoD: Mobile Season 2.

4. ASM10

ASM10 in cod mobile season 2

It doesn’t possess the best fire rate of an Assault Rifle, but it makes up for this with meaty rounds that can inflict some serious damage. A popular gun that continues to feature in many loadouts.

3. DR-H

dr-h in cod mobile season 2

Extremely efficient, has a superb fire rate for an Assault Rifle, and packs more punch than it’s given credit for.

If you can control its recoil, then the DR-H is a beast.

2. DL Q33 – Best Sniper Rifle in CoD: Mobile

dl q33 sniper rifle in cod mobile season 2

Placing this high on the list may come down to ability in terms of Sniper Rifles, but at the end of the day, the DL Q33 is unstoppable.

It virtually one-shots everything and is incredibly accurate, making it an impeccable weapon.

1. Man-O-War – Best Assault Rifle in CoD: Mobile

cod mobile man-o-war

This compact weapon of mass destruction continues to dominate CoD: Mobile with its very-high DPS, manageable recoil, and understated accuracy. There is simply no better gun to use in Season 2.

That completes our list. These are the best weapons tiered and ranked in Call of Duty: Mobile. Be sure to check out the best guns in Cold War and the best guns in Warzone too!

Do you disagree with any of our selections? Be sure to let us know on our CharlieINTEL Facebook Page and CharlieINTEL Twitter Page!

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How to play 1v1 matches in CoD Mobile

Here’s a quick and easy-to-follow guide to help you set up intense 1v1 matches with friends in CoD: Mobile.



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Our quick guide will help you easily create your own private 1v1 matches CoD: Mobile and enjoy handheld Call of Duty with friends.

CoD: Mobile tries to capture all the magic of Call of Duty and channels it into one, seamless, handheld experience. It features legendary maps, amazing guns, and all the necessary online multiplayer components to make a compelling session of entertainment.

But for some people, they want to 1v1 their friends sitting right next to each other with their mobile phones. To help you make this process simple and easy to understand, we’ve whipped up this quick guide.

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How to 1v1 in CoD: Mobile

Given how convoluted and deep multiplayer menus can be nowadays, it can be a lot harder to understand than the old days which basically had “Team Deathmatch”, “Free-For-All”, and “Capture The Flag”

Modern shooters normally feature umpteen different modes and options for players to select from, meaning more basic premises become hidden away.

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Thankfully, Call of Duty: Mobile doesn’t make it desperately complicated, and we’re going to break down this process for you.

Here’s how you can create a 1v1 room for you and another player:

  1. Boot up CoD: Mobile
  2. Select the Multiplayer option when the game loads up
  3. Look in the top right-hand corner of the screen and press on the “≡” symbol
  4. Now, select the fourth option which should be Private
  5. Go to Mode Change and keep scrolling until you can change the preference to 1v1 Duel
  6. Next, you will have to select the player you want to invite to your private game by pressing on the “+” next to their name
  7. Wait for the other player to accept the invitation to play
  8. Click on “Start” when you’re both ready to play
  9. Enjoy CoD: Mobile together!

Now, it’s all up to you and your friend to engage in a heated 1v1, and hope your friendship remains intact on the other side.

Keep an eye out for new information on upcoming CoD: Mobile Season 3 content as Season 2 draws to a close – such as returning Zombies.

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