[codm garena]LIST: Top tricks every Call of Duty: Mobile – Garena player should know to win

  If you’re reading this article, chances are you are hooked on the first-person shooter mobile game Call of Duty: Mobile – Garena (CODM), and want to know how to improve your gameplay and easily defeat your opponents.

  What better source is there for the best tips and tricks to winning in this beloved mobile game than the recent champs of Smart Play: Squad Up, the biggest non-professional CODM tournament in the country?

  Last year, the 6-member group F9 Esports battled it out with over 100 teams across the country to become the first-ever winner of the tournament.

  “We joined the Smart Play: Squad Up tournament because we know that we have what it takes to compete with the best of the best in the community. We want to be known as one of the best CODM teams in the Philippines,” the group said.

  Smart Communications, the organizer of the tournament, came up with Smart Play: Squad Up in 2020 to support the local esports scene during the pandemic.

  When the pandemic hit the country, Smart looked for a way to keep people connected while promoting the passion for gaming. They partnered with Garena to mount Smart Play: Squad Up and banner top title Call of Duty: Mobile on a completely online space.

  Everything was hosted online, from registration to player participation. Shoutcasters also joined in from the comfort and safety of their homes.

  Here, F9 Esports shares some of their tricks that helped them win the series of CODM games that they played. You can trust that these can give you the best kills you need to impress your friends in battle.

  Communication is key

  For Rhyan Galza, good communication is crucial in clinching a win. The 17-year-old goes by the gamer name F9 DocHaze.

  CODM is a co-op game, so teamwork is an essential part of the gameplay. F9 Esports played the multiplayer mode TDM throughout the tournament.

  “We don’t really practice strategies in TDM, even in our scrimmages. But the communication of the team led us to be champions of this tournament,” said Jenvir Loable, 19, who goes by the gamer name F9 Ironfist. He has been playing the game franchise since CODM: Season 1, which was released in 2019.

  In Battle Royale mode, Lawrence de Leon likes to draw up a strategy that is based on the classes that his team is using. The 21-year-old is known as F9 Lenz/Bae. These give players special abilities that assist them in battle. For example, the Poltergeist class can help you become near-invisible for a period of time, while the Airborne class allows you to eject your team into the air with a catapult.

  Having map awareness is also important here. A tip from Derick Acab, 23, who plays under the name F9 Gwapito: Consider playing in Standoff, which, for him, is a well-balanced map for all roles.

  Practice makes perfect

  One of the goals of CODM players is to rank up – and fast.

  There’s really no secret to ranking up quickly other than to just play. 21-year-old Anthony Calayag, also known as F9 Kanuts, has been into CODM since its beta test. “Play Ranked games as much as you can. If you lose, don’t give up,” he said.

  It’s also important to grind and practice in Ranked mode. The XP you earn in this mode can boost your overall Rank XP. This is also a good avenue to improve your aim.

  The best weapons and moves

  For Galza, the best guns follow the new gun meta that is released every season. “In today’s meta, we usually use SMGs (submachine guns), ARs (assault rifles), and sniper rifles. We take advantage of guns that are buffed and nerfed,” he said.

  Eliminating your opponents is the main objective of CODM, making your defense and offense tactics vital throughout, regardless of the mode you’re playing.

  The best defensive strategy for Galza is to stay away from spots where you can be targeted easily. It’s all about learning to stand your ground.

  And when you’re in the offense? You just have to think fast. Whether it’s an aggressive or passive approach, you need to figure out and learn how to adapt to your enemy’s strategy.

  When it comes to tactics, F9 Esports welcomes hardscoping. This is when a sniper rifle user aims down the scope for an extended time while tracking the enemy and involves waiting for the perfect time to make the kill. This technique is different from quickscoping, where a player scopes in and fires at the moment the enemy is spotted. For De Leon, hardscoping gives his team more advantage in the game.

  Your movement, meanwhile, will depend on the guns you’re using. The movements of a sniper user or shotgun user are not the same as an assault rifle user.

  Knowing which game controls you’re comfortable with is also important in getting your groove on. A drop-prone-shoot move may be more effective for some people. For others, the jump-shoot-move or slide-jump-shoot movements may be easier.

  Have a strong mobile data connection

  To play CODM, you must be connected to the internet. That makes a strong mobile data connection important, so that you can play anytime, anywhere.

  “A person with a better internet connection will always have an advantage because of the quicker data transfer to his or her device. The less the lag and more real-time it is, the better,” said Calayag.

  Coupled with a strong mobile data connection, Smart #FreeGamesforAll lets gamers immerse with their passions for gaming and power up their game with 14GB for games like Call of Duty: Mobile and more.

  The team says the beauty of CODM is that you’re meant to have fun. “It’s not just about winning, but learning and improving. Just enjoy the game and gain as many friends to play with.”

  Smart supporting the local esports scene

  This is not the first time Smart has shown its support for the esports community. It hosted Liga Adarna, an esports tournament exclusively for women gamers, prior to Smart Play: Squad Up. Smart partnered with them for the M2 Mobile Legends: Bang Bang World Championships in 2020.

  The mobile services provider also formed its own esports team, Smart Omega. They were among the groups that represented the Philippines in the recently concluded Mobile Legends: Bang Bang M2 World Championships in Singapore.

  More than mounting events, Smart supports the Philippine esports scene by giving gamers the best data offers to be Free to Game Great with #FreeGamesforAll. This allows subscribers to enjoy the best gaming experience with Smart LTE, the country’s fastest mobile data network as awarded by Ookla? and Opensignal.

  Be connected with the local gaming community by staying updated on Smart’s game-changing offers and upcoming mobile gaming events. Follow their official accounts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. – Rappler.com