Call of Duty Mobile, also known as CODM, just released its first ever DLC pack to the community this week with the release of Operation First Strike. The pack includes 4 new guns and 2 new perks. The guns are the FAL OSW, PPSh-41, M1919, and the MP5K Tactical. The perks are Ordnance Training and Perk 1 Greed. There have been some mixed reviews about this DLC pack due to the fact that people aren’t particularly fond of the weapons introduced in it but overall it has been well received by the community. What is your favorite DLC gun in Cod Mobile?
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Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 – Gun Review
The Russian-made Balista looks strikingly similar to an AR-15, but fires more like a pistol than anything else. The Balista holds 16 bullets, compared to 24 for most assault rifles, and each bullet does less damage than a normal bullet. However, if you can get past these drawbacks (which are compensated by its larger magazine capacity), you’ll find that it fires at almost double that of other assault rifles and with devastating accuracy up close.
Black Ops 3 – Gun Review
One of my all time favorite guns, The HVK-30. In Black Ops 3 it is a light machine gun and even comes with unique mods such as hellfire. It’s rate of fire, damage, and accuracy makes it a good starter weapon for beginners who want to start using machine guns. It may seem slightly slow at first but after you mod it up, its quickness will make up for it.
Infinite Warfare – Gun Review
The R3K is a strange beast. It’s an expensive weapon to unlock, and doesn’t excel at any one task. Its fire rate and damage are low, but it reloads quickly enough to get you out of trouble when you run dry. The main strength of the R3K is its ability to kill enemies that you might otherwise not expect a submachine gun to be able to handle.
World War 2 -Gun Review
If you’re looking for a fast-firing, versatile, easy to use and fun weapon – The STG44 is it. This WWII German assault rifle won’t win any awards for range or damage (in fact, it struggles to deal with opponents within 20m) but its 750 rpm firing rate will make short work of most soldiers who haven’t got cover.
All the DLC guns in Cod Mobile
The first Call of Duty Mobile was released at the end of last year, and while it’s not quite as popular as its PC or console counterparts, it certainly isn’t lacking in content. As of right now, there are 10 different guns available in-game, as well as several other additional weapons available through DLC. Each one comes with it’s own set of pros and cons, so to help you pick out the right one for your playstyle, here’s an overview of all the guns available in Call of Duty Mobile so far!
AK-12: This sleek Russian assault rifle is powerful and accurate, perfect for an up-close-and-personal approach to combat. FAMAS: A three-round burst rifle that’s great for close encounters. RPK: This light machine gun has fast firing capabilities and a high capacity magazine, making it ideal for mowing down multiple enemies with ease. You’ll find it most effective at medium to long range.
More compact and lightweight than assault rifles, submachine guns are quick-firing firearms designed for close-quarters combat. SMGs will get you out of a jam if you need to kill someone at short range and have no other weapons on hand. Fusil Automatique Leger (FAL) – A rugged, reliable submachine gun favored by law enforcement agencies worldwide. Takes a 7.62mm round from an extended 20-round magazine or 50-round drum magazine.
Light Machine Guns
The M60 is a 7.62 mm general-purpose machine gun with a high rate of fire that’s effective at close range. The M249 SAW is an excellent light machine gun for covering large areas and holding down choke points thanks to its excellent mobility. The RPK-74M is a general-purpose machine gun that delivers overmatching power, accuracy, and magazine capacity when compared to assault rifles of similar tiers.
These are long-range rifles used by codm players, who like to play headshot games. Basically, they consist of a scope and two points: one where you place your eye, and another below it where you position your finger. The former sights targets while a laser sight directly below it centers on their heads.