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All CoD: Mobile ranks and how to get them

Here are all of the CoD: Mobile ranks for competitive play as well as how many Competitive Points are needed to earn each one.



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Here are all the CoD: Mobile competitive ranks and what players need to do to reach each one.

Like any competitive game, CoD: Mobile has its own ranking system. This allows players to compete against opponents of similar skills.

CoD: Mobile has two ranked modes: Multiplayer and Battle Royale. Players progress through the same ranks for both modes. However, the ranks for each mode are independent of one another.

There are six ranks in CoD: Mobile, and this article will show where you fall in those ranks. Are you a Veteran just starting your climb to Legendary, or are you only a few tiers away from being the best?

CoD: Mobile ranks and tiers

CoD: Movile competitive works pretty similar to any other ranked modes in video games. Players queue up in competitive lobbies and earn points based on performance. If you lose a match, you lose points. If you win, you gain points.

You are ranked based on how many Competitive Points you accumulate. Each rank has five tiers, and players climb those tiers by earning points. Earn enough points, and you will eventually increase your rank.

Here are the ranks in order and the number of points it takes to climb each tier.

Rank #1 – Rookie

Rookie is the lowest rank a player can be in CoD: Mobile.

This rank is reserved for actual bots and low-skill players. Regardless, there are still five tiers to climb to escape the Rookie rank.

  • Rookie I -1 to 200 Competitive Points
  • Rookie II – 201 – 400 Competitive Points
  • Rookie III – 401 – 600 Competitive Points
  • Rookie IV – 601 – 800 Competitive Points
  • Rookie V – 801 – 1000 Competitive Points

Rank #2 – Veteran

Veteran isn’t a very prestigious rank, but it’s better than being on the bottom. By now, you’ve likely learned which weapons best suit your playstyle and are familiar with a few of the maps.

However, you still have a long way to go to reach the more prestigious ranks.

  • Veteran I – 1001 – 1200 Competitive Points
  • Veteran II – 1201 – 1400 Competitive Points
  • Veteran III – 1401 – 1600 Competitive Points
  • Veteran IV – 1601 – 1800 Competitive Points
  • Veteran V – 1801 – 2000 Competitive Points

Rank #3 – Elite

In Elite, there are no more bots, and beginners are pretty scarce. These players are considered “good” or “decent” at CoD: Mobile. This is also where climbing ranks can feel more like a grind for newer players.

  • Elite I – 2001 – 2200 Competitive Points
  • Elite II – 2201 – 2400 Competitive Points
  • Elite III – 2401 – 2600 Competitive Points
  • Elite VI – 2601 – 2800 Competitive Points
  • Elite V – 2801 – 3000 Competitive Points

Rank #4 – Pro

As the name suggests, Pro is reserved for players who have an excellent understanding of CoD: Mobile.

These players aren’t the best of the best, but they are the best of the casuals. This is also where it takes more than just 1000 CP to progress to the next rank.

  • Pro I – 3001 – 3300 Competitive Points
  • Pro II – 3301 – 3600 Competitive Points
  • Pro III – 3601 – 3900 Competitive Points
  • Pro IV – 3901 – 4200 Competitive Points
  • Pro V – 4201 – 4500 Competitive Points

Rank #5 – Master

Master is the second-highest rank in CoD: Mobile, and it’s tough to reach. It’s also very difficult to rank up in Master. Each tier is 400 CP apart, and it takes 2000 CP total to reach the highest rank.

  • Master I – 4501 – 4900 Competitive Points
  • Master II – 4901 – 5300 Competitive Points
  • Master III – 5301 – 5700 Competitive Points
  • Master IV – 5701 – 6100 Competitive Points
  • Master V – 6101 – 6500 Competitive Points

Rank #6 – Legendary

Legendary is the highest rank in CoD: Mobile and is the hardest to reach. There are no tiers to climb, as being in Legendary is something challenging to achieve. Legendary is for players who have 6501+ CP.

Sadly, when a new season starts, your rank will be reset. Even if you manage to reach Legendary, you will drop back down to Pro. This makes every new season the start of another grind to reach the highest CoD: Mobile ranks.

For more CoD: Mobile, check out the best weapons in the game, and stay tuned for more news and guides.

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CoD: Mobile players beg for major nerfs to overpowered Persistence Perk

The Persistence Perk has been left untouched in CoD: Mobile for a long time and players are insistent that it needs to be nerfed.



It seems that the Persistence Perk is starting to get to some players in CoD: Mobile and think that the Killstreak-saving Perk needs to be addressed and nerfed.

As we’ve come to expect with every new season of CoD: Mobile, Season 10 has once again delivered new guns, new maps, and even more hours of frantic Call of Duty combat for handheld users.

But whilst players are having fun making use of the new goodies on offer, many continue to be frustrated by the devs apparent dismissal of the Persistence Perk.

The equippable ability allows players to keep their Scorestreak progress intact on death, at the cost of each Scorestreak cost being doubled. But this stays this way for the whole game, almost guaranteeing some of the top Scorestreaks.

Persistence does prevent players from earning more than one of each Scorestreak in a game though, so it does have some drawbacks.

Despite this, multiple posts on the CoD: Mobile subreddit have attacked the Persistence Perk and are keen for it to be reworked. One user posted: “I have been playing this game since Season 1 and have never used Persistence, but today, I was watching Ferg’s stream and saw the absolute wrath of Persistence, and so I equipped it. This is my first 2 games with Persistence.”

They attached a couple of screenshots to the post, each showing the player dominating each game and comfortably finishing as MVP in both games.

One of the top comments suggests that perhaps it’s not Persistence that is causing all the issues, but more the Streaks themselves.

“It’s not Persistence that is the problem, it is stuff like Clusters, Napalms, and Orbital Lasers that are. Ferg is p*ssed with Persistence because the Persistence users, more often than not, do not get enough points for a VTOL, so they spam stuff like Air Strikes, Napalms, Orbital Lasers, etc,” they said.

This point seemed to be backed up by another Reddit thread for the game titled: “I still don’t have an answer. How to counter Persistence Airstrikes?”

The insinuation is that Airstrikes are regularly called in every game, with a large portion of them coming as a result of the Persistence Perk. As such, it leaves players to be peppered by these high-powered Scorestreaks regularly, every match.

A final post contained a poll with three different potential options on how to deal with the Perk, with just over 28% of people asking for a nerf, just under 25% of people asking for a buff, and just under 47% asking for it to be reworked.

It’s clear and obvious that not everyone is happy with the Persistence Perk, but with the obscene amount of content that the devs are juggling with in the game, it’s a tough call as to whether or not they’ll change the Perk.

For more CoD: Mobile content, check out the best CoD: Mobile settings for Multiplayer and Battle Royale.

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Best SVD loadout for CoD: Mobile Season 10

Here are the best attachments and Perks to dominate with the SVD Dragunov Sniper Rifle in CoD: Mobile Season 10.



The classic SVD Draganov Sniper Rifle has arrived in CoD: Mobile Season 10, so we’ve got the attachments and Perks to create the best SVD loadout.

Call of Duty: Mobile Season 10 is officially here, bringing even more content from Modern Warfare (2019). The classic Vacant map arrived, as well as the SVD Dragunov Sniper Rifle, which long-term CoD fans will be more than familiar with.

The SVD is a quick and powerful semi-automatic Sniper Rifle, and we have the best loadout attachments and Perks for you to maximize its potential.

Best CoD: Mobile SVD loadout attachments

  • Muzzle: Monolithic Suppressor
  • Barrel: RTC 510mm Light
  • Stock: RTC Steady Stock
  • Laser: OWC Laser – Tactical
  • Ammunition: 15 Round Extended Mag

We’re starting the best CoD: Mobile SVD loadout with the classic Monolithic Suppressor which will increase the damage range. The SVD excels at these longer ranges, so you want an attachment that complements that.

Next, we’re using the RTC 510mm Light barrel to increase your mobility, giving a huge boost to aim down sight (ADS) speed, movement speed, and ADS movement speed. Then to further speed up the SVD, we’re using the OWC Laser – Tactical.

You also want the SVD to be accurate, which is where the RTC Steady Stock comes into play. This vastly improves its handling, reducing recoil, crosshair drift, flinch, and allows your lungs to refresh faster after steadying the scope.

And finally, to make sure you can take out as many targets as possible without reloading, we recommend the 15 Round Extended Mag.

Best Perks to use with CoD: Mobile SVD

  • Red Perk: Fast Recover
  • Green Perk: Toughness
  • Blue Perk: Dead Silence

Fast Recover is an excellent Perk for players who want to run around the map, as your health will quickly regenerate after each fight.

Next, Toughness is the perfect Perk for snipers as it reduces Flinch by 60%, allowing you to stay accurate while trade blows. And Dead Silence will keep you stealthy, as enemy players won’t be able to hear your footsteps.

How to unlock SVD in CoD: Mobile

The SVD is available as part of the free Season 10 Battle Pass, and you need to hit Tier 21 to unlock it.

Just prioritize racking up Scorestreaks and playing the objective, and you’ll unlock it in no time.

Best alternatives to the SVD in CoD: Mobile

If you haven’t unlocked the SVD or it isn’t your cup of tea, the Rytec AMR is another semi-automatic Sniper Rifle that can take down targets in quick succession. And you can’t go wrong with the NA-45, either.

For more Call of Duty: Mobile, you can check out the best settings for multiplayer and battle royale.

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How to unlock the SVD in CoD: Mobile Season 10

The SVD Dragunov Sniper Rifle arrives in Call of Duty: Mobile Season 10, so here’s how to get your hands on it.



The SVD Dragunov Sniper Rifle makes its way to Call of Duty: Mobile in Season 10, Shadows Return, so here’s how to unlock it in the mobile shooter.

The Russian SVD Dragunov Sniper Rifle is a classic FPS weapon, appearing in several Call of Duty games over the years. Although rarely the most powerful Sniper Rifle, its low recoil and semi-automatic fire rate make it an effective choice in the right hands.

The full patch notes for CoD: Mobile Season 10 have been released, revealing that the SVD will arrive alongside Vacant, the Orbital Laser Scorestreak, and more.

Here’s how to unlock the SVD Sniper Rifle in CoD: Mobile Season 10.

How to get SVD Dragunov in CoD: Mobile Season 10

All players need to do to unlock the SVD in CoD: Mobile is reach Tier 21 in the free Season 10 Battle Pass, which goes live on November 17 at 4 PM PT / 7 PM ET / 12 AM GMT (November 18).

Unlocking the SVD shouldn’t take too long but use the best settings and prioritize earning score, and you’ll reach Tier 21 much quicker and easier. And those who purchase the Premium Battle Pass will also earn the Iron Blackwood Blueprint for the SVD, fitted with attachments and a unique skin.

You’ll also be able to unlock the SVD through a challenge after Season 10 ends, so don’t worry if you miss out this time.

CoD Mobile’s devs describe the SVD as a “semi-automatic sniper rifle that is highly mobile,” with “medium-to-high firing power, dealing slightly lower damage.” But they confirmed that an “opponent can be easily eliminated if shot in the upper chest area,” so this will likely be a powerful choice for both multiplayer and battle royale.

For more CoD: Mobile guides, check out how to unlock Vanguard’s Lucas Riggs Operator for free.

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