The ASM10 has long been one of CoD Mobile’s best guns, but the developers made a sneaky change in a bid to nerf the Assault Rifle.
Call of Duty Mobile’s 13th Season is now well underway, and with it came a variety of weapon balance changes. The akimbo Fennec received a strong nerf with its reload speed, damage, and accuracy all taking a hit.
In Call of Duty style, some unannounced weapon changes have also occurred. Eagle-eyed players have noticed a change to the extremely powerful ASM10 Assault Rifle.
Secret CoD Mobile ASM10 nerf
The ASM10 is regarded as one of, if not the best, Assault Rifles in CoD Mobile Season 13. It’s capable of killing an enemy in only three shots at 20 meters and has very manageable recoil.
Players noticed an overnight stealth nerf to the gun, with the standard mag size being taken from 30 rounds down to 25.
The weapon will now be less forgiving than it was before, and you either need to sacrifice mobility for an extended magazine or adjust your playstyle.
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As tested by CoD Mobile YouTuber Bobby Plays, this appears to be the only change made to the gun. It’s still capable of three-shotting players anywhere in the body, which is the main reason for its popularity.
The changes to the ASM10 are negligible, but it shows that the CoD Mobile team is aware that the Assault Rifle needs work.
Further CoD Mobile weapon nerfs
Bobby Plays revealed on Twitter that further unannounced weapon changes were made.
The Chopper LMG had its recoil increased, and they also nerfed the mobility on its Heavy Handle underbarrel attachment, which makes you fire the weapon from the hip rather than ADS.
They also slowed the ADS time on the Man-O-War Assault Rifle. Bobby Plays said that the “DRH was the only 3 shot AR that wasn’t nerfed.”
It’s clear the CoD Mobile team are aware of balance issues with the game’s Assault Rifles, so keep an eye on CharlieIntel where we’ll update you with any further changes.
Image Credits: CoD Mobile / Activision
Is CoD: Mobile cross-platform? iOS, Android & emulator
Call of Duty: Mobile is cross-platform, with players on both iOS and Android devices able to team up and play with each other.
Call of Duty: Mobile is one of the most popular mobile games in the world, but can you play with your friends no matter which cellphone they have? The good news is yes, and we’ve got all the details.
Since the game’s release on October 1, 2019, CoD: Mobile has quickly become the go-to title for players looking for a taste of classic Call of Duty action on the go.
Now in its sixth season of 2021, titled “The Heat,” players can enjoy classic multiplayer experiences, a custom battle royale mode built specifically for the game, and even Zombies modes like Undead Siege.
Despite being out for almost two years, some players are still confused about whether CoD: Mobile has cross-platform play enabled. Thankfully, we’ve got all the answers you need.
CoD: Mobile iOS & Android cross-platform
No matter which phone you have, you will always be able to jump on with your friends, as Call of Duty: Mobile does feature cross-platform play. That means iOS and Android players can team up and take down enemies together, even though their devices aren’t running the same operating system.
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Players who use emulators on PC are not be lumped in with mobile players though, as that would give them a distinct advantage. Instead, these players compete against each other, while parties of both mobile and emulator players team up against other squads in similar positions.
CoD: Mobile players cannot be lumped in with console players at all, as systems like the PS5 or Xbox Series X cannot run any version of the game.
The most important thing to remember when you’re playing with your friends on other platforms is that you need to get their username absolutely perfect when you add them, otherwise they won’t appear. This includes capitalization, which usually wouldn’t matter in other games.
Image Credits: Activision / Apple / Samsung
Call of Duty Warzone Mobile: Release date, details, rumors, new studio
Activision has hinted that Call of Duty: Warzone could be set for its own individual game on mobile. We have all the latest news and rumors.
Despite the massive success of CoD: Mobile, Activision is looking to bring a fully-fledged version of Warzone to mobile phones separately. Here’s all the latest on a handheld version of Call of Duty: Warzone, including its potential release date, new information, and more.
Activision’s domination of the first-person shooter market doesn’t seem to be enough as they are allegedly looking to expand their repertoire of Call of Duty games. Currently, Activision has Modern Warfare (2019), Black Ops Cold War, Warzone, and CoD: Mobile as currently supported options.
The Call of Duty 2021 project, rumored to be called Vanguard, is still in the pipeline, and now it seems like we may be getting another mobile CoD game. Activision’s free-to-play battle royale experience has proven to be a big winner for the company, and now Activision wants a fully-fledged Warzone title on mobile.
Here’s everything we know about Call of Duty Warzone: Mobile so far.
Call of Duty Warzone: Mobile release date
Given how recent the revelations are, it seems too early to tell when Call of Duty Warzone: Mobile could be made available for download.
It was back in March 2021 that Activision sent out a survey asking Call of Duty: Mobile players if they’d like to see Verdansk come to the much-played handheld CoD game.
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So it’s entirely possible that the game has been in development for some time already. There’s also the obvious positive in that Warzone already exists, so they already know what works, what doesn’t, and how to transition it to handheld devices.
Furthermore, Call of Duty battle royale is already available to play on phones thanks to CoD Mobile.
Call of Duty Warzone: Mobile details & new studio
The topic of conversation was really put under the spotlight when Activision announced in a LinkedIn post that, “Activision Mobile has put up new roles! Teams are focused on Live Operations and content expansion across CoD Mobile and Warzone.”
The official website is advertising for over 50 roles with many geared towards “a new mobile title.” It’s possible that Activision wants this knowledge to become more public to counteract the rival title from EA / DICE – Battlefield Mobile.
If we go even further back to September 2020, we can see that Activision was recruiting for an “Executive Producer, Features” for a project called “WZM.” This further supports the idea that they’ve had this idea in the pipeline for some time.
June 7, 2021, saw a new job listing for a Mobile Producer at a new Mobile dedicated development studio appear with the job listing stating that the role will be working on a “new AAA mobile game in the Call of Duty franchise.”
It has not yet been confirmed that this role and new studio will be working on the rumored Warzone Mobile game, but it would make sense considering that it fits the bill for being a AAA game in the franchise.
Furthermore, ModernWarzone reported that the most recent Activision Investor Call featured an interesting comment saying: “Call of Duty is getting a new mobile brand that they believe will take the franchise to new heights.”
Once again, unless a full, story-based campaign is coming, CoD Mobile already exists, and with Zombies, so it would naturally have to be some kind of battle royale experience, surely.
News, and even rumors, are very scarce on the potential Call of Duty Warzone: Mobile project right now. But as always, once we start hearing more news then you can read it here first at Charlie INTEL.
Image Credit: Activision
How to play CoD: Mobile Zombies Undead Siege: Tips, tricks & event
Here’s everything you need to know about CoD: Mobile Zombies’ Undead Siege mode, including how to play it and some tips and tricks.
Call of Duty: Mobile Season 6’s new Zombies experience, Undead Siege, has arrived. Here’s how to play the new mode and some top tips on surviving until dawn.
Ever since the Zombies mode was removed from Call of Duty: Mobile, fans have been crying out for its return. After it was confirmed earlier in the year, it finally arrived in Season 6, The Heat, with Undead Siege.
In this new mode, players must spend the day scavenging for supplies and then defend Richtofen’s equipment from hordes of the undead each night.
Here’s how to play the new mode, and some tips on how to survive.
How to play Undead Siege in CoD: Mobile Zombies
Undead Siege is simple to find in CoD: Mobile, you’ll be able to launch it directly from the main menu.
Undead Siege is far from the typical round-bases Zombies modes that CoD fans have come to expect. In this new mode, you must survive either three or five nights of the undead, depending on the difficulty you select.
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Players have the daytime to gather supplies and build defenses for the night ahead. This usually lasts around two minutes of in-game time, and then you must return to the Richtofen’s Control Center to survive the night.
As expected from CoD Zombies, each night gets more difficult. You can choose the more casual mode where you must survive three nights, or you could opt for the harder but more rewarding version with five nights.
How to survive Undead Siege in CoD: Mobile: Tips & tricks
Play as a squad
As all of the Undead Siege action takes place in one location during the night, you want there to be several players defending all angles. You won’t be able to split off and take on packs of Zombies by yourself, so it’s always better to play in a team.
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This leads on to our next point, where a team can gather resources more effectively than a solo player.
Maximize looting time
The key to winning Undead Siege in CoD: Mobile Zombies is maximizing your time while looting during the day. Fly around in the helicopters to get Supply Drops, complete side missions in hard mode, and gather up as many resources as you can. You should also split up too, so you’re not all looting the one area.
This will allow you to quickly build and upgrade turrets, which are vital to surviving Undead Siege.
Keep an eye on the Control Center
Some enemies such as the Warden or Machine Gunner will only target the base and not the players. If you’re too caught up taking out the Zombies coming directly at you, you could be leaving the Control Center open to attack.
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This also means repairing the base when it’s damaged, so there should always be at least one player making sure the base survives.
CoD: Mobile Zombies Undead Siege Themed event & rewards
Undead Siege will host its own in-game event later in Season 5. The Undead Siege Themed event will take place later in Season 6, allowing players to earn a variety of cosmetic items.
By playing multiplayer, battle royale, or Undead Siege, you can get items such as the FR .556 — Undead Watcher and a Zombified Edward Richtofen Operator Skin.
We’ll give more information on this Themed event is released later in Season 6, The Heat.
Image Credit: Activision
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