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10 Tips to Surviving the Battle in Call of Duty®: Mobile Warfare

Classes worth special consideration in Warfare are Scout and Defender. Use Scout to get Intel on your enemies, as well as see their footpaths. For the Defender class, the Transform Shield can protect you against an enemy firestorm and Reinforced will buff you against any grenades.

The initial drop in Warfare comes with its own mix of strategies. Do you want to drop near teammates and loot up in relative safety? Or do you want to find a weapon quickly and eliminate nearby opponents to give your team an early lead?

The collapse still happens at the same rate until it encloses both teams in the small circle. However, this means access to more items to scavenge is cut off. When the final circle does happen, looting will be difficult because of the number of players due to the infinite respawns.

When you reach the final circle, vehicle travel can be more difficult because of the number of players still involved in the match. However, in early rounds securing a vehicle, particular a chopper, can be a good strategy. You can take your time looting with the knowledge that a vehicle can zip you out of the collapse.

In Warfare all players have infinite respawns. The goal of the game is to reach 150 points with one kill equaling one point. Feel free to be more aggressive in your approach as getting kills is ultimately what wins game, just be careful not to be taken down too much or you’ll be boosting the enemy’s score.

When dropping back into Warfare, it’s important to consider your loadout. Do you have a powerful arsenal that could down a bunch of enemies like a War Machine? Make the decision on where to drop in based on your playstyle and if you have the guns to back up your approach.

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