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FREE GAMES FOR ALL | How to rule ‘Call of Duty: Mobile’ Battle Royale with your squad
Posted by GG Network November 20, 2020

“Call of Duty: Mobile” has become one of the most played mobile games since its release late last year. In fact, it has already reached 250 million downloads and accumulated around $327 million worldwide, according to a report by Sensor Tower.

 

The free-to-play mobile game has been a source of entertainment now that online interactions are the norm. It can be played alone. But it is much more exciting with a group of friends.

 

Like other popular mobile games, “Call of Duty: Mobile” features a Battle Royale mode where up to 100 players fight it out until there is a last player or team standing.

 

If you’re playing with your squad, here are some tips to survive “Call of Duty: Mobile” in Battle Royale mode:

 

Set up your mobile settings and gaming controls

Before you and your teammates dive into the action, make sure to have an ample amount of battery life, phone storage and stable internet connection. You may also want to turn off your mobile notification settings so as not to disrupt your gameplay.

 

You can also customize to have a simple or advanced gaming controls, or switch between first-person view and third-person view perspective, depending on your preference.

 

Select your character class

At the start of the game, players are given the option to select a character class, from Medic and Mechanic to Ninja and Clown among others. Each class has its unique attributes and advantages that you can use to boost your gameplay.

 

Take note that each team member needs to pick a different class so it’s up to your squad how to strategize with these character classes.

 

Keep an eye on the mini-map

At the corner of your screen is a mini-map that can be used to locate teammates and enemies. A red footprint represents nearby enemies, while a red dot means a boss that is quite hard to defeat is around. A green dot, meanwhile, indicates supply airdrops that contain weapons you can use in the game.

 

It is also important to keep track of the safe zone in the mini-map because the playing field gets smaller as the game progresses.

 

Communicate with your squad

As it is a game of survival, teamwork is essential for you and your teammates to stay alive until the end of the game. Reviving fallen players is only possible with the help of their teammates.

 

You can also communicate, plan your next attack, or help one other out through an in-game voice chat feature.

 

What better way to play and talk to your squad than power up with Smart Free Games For All promo, which gives you 2GB per day data allocation for seven days? With Free Games For All, your squad may play longer and double up your data for faster and smoother gameplay.

 

Available to Smart and TNT Prepaid subscribers, Free Games For All promo may also be used to play other mobile games such as Mobile Legends, Clash of Clans, Arena of Valor, and Clash Royale.

 

To register for the Free Games For All promo, download the New GigaLife App via Google Play or App Store and choose FREE GAMES.

 

For more details, visit Smart’s website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts.

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