The loadouts in Call of Duty: Mobile are pretty similar to previous games of the franchise. Although the game has only been out for a few days, CoD lovers around the world have shared their theory and experiments of those loadouts. If you didn’t get a chance to play the game yet, the loadout is basically your gear setup in the game.
Before you go any further, you may learn the basics of Call of Duty: Mobile. By having the basic knowledge of the game, hopefully you can understand the loadouts easier. In what follows, we’d like to show you some of the most popular and effective loadouts in the game.
Understanding the Loadouts in Call of Duty: Mobile
Your loadout includes a Main Weapon slot, 4 attachments for it, a Secondary Weapon slot, which can also have add-ons, an Operator skill, one Lethal, one Tactical, and three perks. It may seem overwhelming at first, but you’ll get used to it after a couple of games. Your Battle Royale setup is much more straightforward since you have to loot everything during the match.
One important thing is, your weapon level does not count in Battle Royale. However, you can equip any awesome skins you’ve got. Ideally, you want to have some options in deciding your loadout. Consequently, your choice should be based on your playstyle.
Below, we’ll give you some examples of the best loadouts. After some researches, you should be able to decide which weapons are better for you. The higher your level, the more presets you gain access to. At 10, for instance, you unlock your second MP setup. The third comes at 33, the fourth at 60, and the last one is given to you at 80.
The Rush B Design
If you play Counter-Strike, you must be familiar with guys who rush sites like no tomorrow. It’s not absolutely a bad idea, but indeed it is a suicidal one. If you’re one of those people who like to play fast and a little carelessly, this setup is perfect for you.
- Primary Weapon: Chicom (recommended) or AKS74-U
- Attachments: Red Sight, Extended Mag, and Stock.
- Secondary Weapon: Knife.
- Operator Skill: Purifier or Scythe.
- Lethal/Tactical: Frag or Smoke Grenade.
- Perks: Agile, Ghost, and Hardline.
Snipers are usually the ones with the highest accuracy on the team. They are the hard-core one-hitter and they have to make every bullet count.
- Primary Weapon: DL Q33.
- Attachments: No Optic, FMJ-SR, Fast Mag, and Stock.
- SecondaryWeapon: Knife.
- Operator Skill: The War Machine.
- Lethal/Tactical: Frag or Trophy System.
- Perks: Agile, Toughness, and Dead Silence.
This is similar to the default. You can choose AK-47 for better damage, but it might be harder to aim due to the recoil.
- Primary Weapon: M16, M4, AK-47.
- Attachments: Red Dot or Tactical, Quickdraw, Extended Mag, and Stock.
- Secondary Weapon: MW11.
- Operator Skill: Purifier or War Machine.
- Lethal/ Tactical: Frag/Flash or Smoke Grenade.
- Perks: Agile, Scavenger/Toughness, Dead Silence.
In big lines, these are the three major CoD: Mobile loadouts. You can do your own experiment with them or other weapons, since most of the guns have their own uniqueness. The stats don’t sum it all, you may find a rifle that suits you better than the default ones, what you see above, or from other recommendations out there. Ideally, you’ll want to use Toughness in most cases. However, if you find that you are short of ammo, Vulture may suits you well.
The best setup is the one that really fits you. Learn everything you can from more experienced players, then try to adapt to your own playstyle. As you climb the ranks, you’ll soon start to see that balanced team composition is more impactful than individual skill.
Lastly, if you have your own loadouts, let us know so we have something new to try. Or if you have your own theory on this, kindly share it with us in the comment section below.