One of Modern Warfare’s most popular maps is making the jump to CoD Mobile with the devs confirming the arrival of Shoot House in Season 2.
Every now and again a new Call of Duty map comes along that people suddenly become infatuated with. This idea can be applied to Shoot House that first made its debut in the successful 2019 reboot of Modern Warfare.
A small-to-medium-sized map, Shoot House exhibits a lot of the characteristics that make a quality Call of Duty map. Its perfect blend of tight corners and open lanes makes for exhilarating games of CoD with very few drawbacks.
So it’s no surprise then that the developers of CoD Mobile have made sure to include this new fan favorite and officially confirmed the map’s arrival in Season 2 via a welcome Tweet.
Offering a short teaser video and a welcome message, the Tweet does its job perfectly in getting the CoD Mobile player base all riled up.
It was only recently that a CoD Mobile leak had outed Shoot House as a possible inclusion to the free-to-play shooter, and it has turned out to be the case.
Given how enormously popular the game has proven to be since it launched in 2019, it makes sense that the game keeps receiving new content and updates regularly. As well as Shoot House, the devs have confirmed Nuketown will be reverting back to its pre-snow state in the future, as well as looking to add a new killstreak and Operator.
As Season One begins to wind down, we can expect to see more announcements of things to come in the second season of the game.
Image credits: Activision
Are there bots in CoD: Mobile? How to practice with AI
Most online games of CoD: Mobile feature tons of real-life players, but can they can also feature bots as well?
Ever wondered if every player you play online with in CoD: Mobile is real? Well, we have all the details on whether or not bots exist in multiplayer, and also find out how you can practice against them too.
There is a long-standing belief that in the first few ranks of CoD: Mobile you’ll face mostly, if not all, bots in your online games. Players will find that if they can adjust to the controls quickly, then they can rack up some serious kills from the get-go.
However, this isn’t necessarily because you’re an expert marksman in CoD: Mobile, but more so due to the presence of simulated players. So let’s discuss the likelihood of bots in CoD: Mobile, and how to practice against them too.
Do you play against bots in CoD: Mobile?
Even though Activision or devs TiMi Studio Group haven’t come out and directly addressed it, we’re 99.99% sure that bots do exist in online games of CoD: Mobile.
Playing Call of Duty on a smaller, handheld device requires a lot more precision due to its slightly fiddly nature. So it’s only natural that it might take some time to adjust, or you just might be a new player in general that is getting to grips with Call of Duty.
So until you reach about Level 10 in CoD: Mobile, you’ll find that in your first few games that you’re almost godlike – finishing with insane K/D ratios. This is because you’re playing nothing but bots. You can still get bots in later levels too if the lobby is struggling to fill up for whatever reason.
It’s also quite easy to tell the difference between a bot and a real player as well. Yes, there will inevitably be newcomers that struggle with CoD: Mobile, but they still act naturally.
Whereas bots will repeatedly duck and dodge in cover in a completely robotic way following the same scripted path. Additionally, they also stand out in the open not even attempting to take cover and move into completely bizarre positions.
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YouTube user ExxotikGaming has created an incredibly useful video that can assist you in identifying bots in a game.
You can check it out below.
CoD: Mobile how to practice against the A.I
If you’re eager to try out some new weapons or test your aim in CoD: Mobile so that you can perform better in actual matches, then you might want to practice.
This is very easy and straightforward to do:
- Load up CoD: Mobile
- At the main menu, press on the ‘Multiplayer’ option
- Make your way down through the options until you get to the ‘Practice’ choice
- Go across to ‘Practice vs. AI’
- Select the game mode and play a 5v5 match
The game will inform you that you will earn XP at a “90% reduction,” but that’s not why you’re in practice anyway.
So if you’re new to the game, or encounter a strange-looking and behaving enemy, then consider the possibility that they are indeed a bot.
Also, check out all CoD: Mobile ranks and how to get them.
Image Credit: Activision / TiMi Studio Group
How to get Operator Arthur Kingsley in CoD: Mobile
CoD: Mobile players have the opportunity to bring Arthur Kingsley from Call of Duty: Vanguard into the mobile game, and here is how you can.
Vanguard will be bringing some new faces to the Call of Duty universe, one of them being Arthur Kingsley, who will be available for CoD: Mobile players to use as an Operator if they unlock him.
There is plenty of excitement in the Call of Duty community, with the official Vanguard Multiplayer reveal having taken place on September 7, 2021.
This Call of Duty: Vanguard Multiplayer reveal gave the community a taste of what they can expect to experience in the Call of Duty: Vanguard Open Beta, which will see its first weekend take place starting on September 10.
Players will earn various rewards for participating in the Call of Duty: Vanguard Beta, one of them being the Arthur Kingsley Operator for CoD: Mobile. With this in mind, here is everything you need to know to get the CoD: Mobile Arthur Kingsley Operator.
How to get CoD: Mobile Arthur Kingsley Operator
Players will get the CoD: Mobile Arthur Kingsley Operator by playing during any Open Beta dates during September.
All that you need to do is make sure that your CoD: Mobile profile is linked to the Activision Account that you will be using to play the Call of Duty: Vanguard Beta, as you will not get this character for CoD: Mobile if you play the Beta on a different Activision Account.
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Codes for the CoD: Mobile Arthur Kingsley Operator will be sent out to the in-game mailboxes of CoD: Mobile players the week after the Beta ends.
Once you have your code for the CoD: Mobile Arthur Kingsley Operator, you will need to head to the Call of Duty website and redeem it to then have the reward appear in your CoD: Mobile mailbox.
To recap, here are the official steps for getting this character, according to the Call of Duty Blog:
- Step 1: If you haven’t already, create or link your Activision Account in Call of Duty: Mobile. Click here for detailed instructions on how to do this.
- Step 2: Download and play the Call of Duty: Vanguard Beta through the same Activision Account. It doesn’t matter what platform you’re on or what day you play—so long as you play on the same Activision Account, you linked your Call of Duty: Mobile profile to, you’re eligible to receive this reward.
- Step 3: Check your in-game mailbox in Call of Duty: Mobile to redeem Kingsley. Codes will be sent the week after the Beta ends. Please wait until November 1 before reaching out to Activision Support if you do not receive Kingsley.
- Step 4: Once you receive a code, visit https://www.callofduty.com/redemption and enter your UID (found in your Call of Duty: Mobile profile, under your username), as well as your unique code.
- Step 5: Head to Call of Duty: Mobile’s in-game mailbox to claim your reward and deploy Kingsley into Call of Duty: Mobile’s Multiplayer and Battle Royale.
There are sure to be plenty of players excited to deploy as one of the new characters that Vanguard is introducing to the Call of Duty universe following the end of the Call of Duty: Vanguard Beta.
For more CoD: Mobile, check out the best guns currently in the popular Call of Duty game, and stay tuned for future news and guides.
Image Credits: Activision
CoD: Mobile Season 7’s Reaper – Ashura mecha skin might be the coolest ever
Call of Duty: Mobile Season 7 is adding the awesome Legendary Reaper – Ashura skin, and here’s how you can get your hands on it.
Call of Duty: Mobile has teamed up with famed Japanese mecha designer Shoji Kawamori to design a brand-new Reaper skin, and it might be one of the most awesome cosmetics in the game.
The good news is that this isn’t the only big partnership this season, with CoD: Mobile teaming up with renowned Japanese mecha designer Shoji Kawamori to design a special character skin based on the giant machines.
Mechas are essentially giant robots found in science-fiction genres which are controlled by humans, but move and look human. Mechas are hugely popular, especially in Japan, and while Reaper won’t be turning into a giant, the character is getting an amazing coat of paint thanks to Kawamori.
“When I was thinking about the mecha design of the robot weapons in Call of Duty: Mobile, which has a military-style worldview, I incorporated an ‘anime feel’ to achieve a balance that is more human, while still retaining a mecha vibe,” he explained about his design process.
The skin itself is mostly white, but features a skull and crossbones above the golden visor on its face. Accented with red, this is by far one of the most interesting Reaper skins ever, one which Kawamori hopes players will enjoy using.
The good news is that we won’t have long to wait to get our hands on the Legendary Reaper – Ashura skin, as it will be available in Call of Duty: Mobile Season 7 from 5PM PDT / 8PM EST / 1AM BST on September 9.
Once you get your hands on the new Reaper – Ashura skin, you can use our best CoD: Mobile guns tier list to make sure you’ve got the firepower to dominate the lobby.
Image Credits: CoD: Mobile
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