Excuse me, zombie killers! Let’s chat about the heart-pounding, pulse-quickening action of COD Mobile Zombie Mode! After nearly two and a half years away, COD Mobile Zombie Mode has returned with a fury. Listen up if you want to learn how to protect yourself from the zombie horde and become the deadliest killer of the living dead!
How to play COD Mobile Zombie Mode
1st. Tap the ‘Zombies’ tab on the right side of the main menu.
2nd. Select the mode you want to play.
There are 3 main modes that you can choose:
- Zombie Classic – Normal: Defend against the zombies and defeat the ultimate zombies.
- Zombie Classic -Hardcore: This secret is deeply buried in a hidden manual, located in the Underground Lab.
- Zombies Classic – Endless: The Zombies’ attacks are relentless. Find the right time to retreat.
3rd. Hit start!
Tips and Tricks for COD Mobile Zombie Mode
Here are some strategies for mastering Call of Duty Mobile’s Zombies Mode and becoming a master zombie hunter:
Custom Loadouts and Upgrading Weapons
Create up to five one-of-a-kind loadouts using the loadout menu before getting into the thick of the fight. During the course of the game, you can collect coins by performing side objectives and killing zombies, which can then be spent at the Ordnance machine, which can be found on the lower level of the starting barn. These loadouts can then be purchased with those coins. In addition, you can improve your weaponry by using the Pack-a-Punch machine, which is located on the western side of the starting barn. It is absolutely necessary to make upgrades in order to survive higher waves because they increase damage by fifty percent and cut down on the amount of time it takes to reload.
Best Guns for Zombies Classic
The RPD that has been outfitted with the Cooling Compressor Barrel is a formidable light machine gun that is capable of mowing down waves of zombies with an unlimited supply of rounds. Both the ZRG 20MM and the DL Q33 are excellent sniper rifles that can kill a large number of zombies with a single shot. The SKS, a semi-automatic marksman rifle, has a high rate of accuracy and can kill the majority of zombies with a single shot. The Hauer 77 shotgun is another fantastic alternative for use in conflict that takes place in close quarters. Pick a weapon that not only fits your playstyle but also works well with the loadout of your team.
Cooperation and coordination that actually works
Cooperation between players is required in order to survive in the Zombies mode. Make sure you and your teammates are all on the same page by coordinating your actions, formulating a strategy, and communicating any pertinent information to one another. When confronting the problems posed by the undead horde, effective communication can be the key to achieving victory.
Points and Perks
Gain points by destroying zombies and accomplishing various objectives. Make strategic use of these points so that you can buy perks that will give you an advantage when fighting off waves of zombies. It is essential to your survival to acquire perks such as Juggernog (which increases your health) and Speed Cola (which allows you to reload your weapon more quickly). Keep an eye out for power-ups, such as Max Ammo and Insta-Kill, that have been left behind by dead zombies to assist you in your fight against the horde.
Use Mainstay Weapons
Discover and make use of weapons that are trustworthy from the beginning of the game. Your primary means of protection against the living dead will be a weapon that is both potent and dependable. In addition to this, prioritize increasing the power of your weapon so that it is simpler to kill zombies. Take advantage of the zombies’ dropped stuff, which can provide you with boosts and other goods that are helpful in the struggle against the zombies.
Bring on the big showdown.
Here are the procedures you must follow to summon the boss during a Hardcore style match. The boss doesn’t show up until after round 12, so you have plenty of time to complete all the tasks and level up before engaging in battle. During the normal rounds is when you should be stocking up on items for the boss fight, as you will only have one minute to prepare. During the battle, you’ll have access to an ammo resupply box but no perk machines or Pack-a-Punch.
Repair the lift
Shi No Numa’s default spawn location is the main hut’s roof. Fight off the zombies until you’ve accumulated enough points to open a new door. There’s no price difference and either arrangement will suffice, but I prefer to open the door to the stairs for convenience. When you have a chance, make your way down the stairs to the main hut’s lower level, where you’ll find the elevator lift’s shattered components.
Large gear-shaped objects can be discovered stacked on the ground and on shelves in the main hut’s bottom level. You’ll have the opportunity to grab them as you approach close, and they aren’t hard to spot. To fix the elevator, you’ll need to retrieve two gear components.
Take a trip down to the basement lab
After acquiring two gear parts and determining that you are prepared to move on to the next phase, ascend to the balcony and interact with the red electrical box that is attached to the elevator. You will need to interact with the box not once, not twice, but three times in order to activate the elevator after it has been fixed. You are now prepared to go for a ride.
The lift will take you to an underground laboratory on the map. You will emerge into a room with big chemical vats and glass cases running both sides of the room if you take a left turn from the corridor where the adventure begins and follow the trail. The seeds contained within the glass boxes will begin to germinate and grow into bluish-white glowing plants. You should aim your weapons at these blue lighting plants and shoot them until they stop reproducing.
Turn on the machine
The final phase needs you to operate a device located in the room to your immediate left. When you approach the machine, it will illuminate a red light and instruct you to “start.” After activation, to make the Jubokko plant boss appear, you must survive the remaining 12 rounds of the match.
Tips for Beating the Boss
Balanced Team Class
Selecting the correct Class for your team is a big advantage in this mode. You’ll have to communicate with your team to have a balanced class to get a big advantage. There are active and passive benefits for every Skill module you’ll select.
- Medical Station – Instantly rescue all downed teammates and continuously heal allies in proximity.
- Medic – Increases team HP and Shotgun/SMG damage by 25%
Sentry Gun Module
- Sentry Gun – Place a Sentry Gun that automatically attacks enemies within range.
- Firepower – Increases team fire rate and Sniper/Assault Damage by 25%.
Trap Master Module
- Electric Trip Wire – Routes a high-voltage current line. enemies passing through will take damage and movement speed will decrease.
- Territorial Effect – Increase team backup ammo and Sniper/LMG damage by 25%.
- Active Camo – Become invisible and increase movement speed.
- Voidwalker – increases team movement speed while also raising Shotgun damage by 25% and doubling Pistol Damage.
Improve your weaponry
The Pack-A-Punch machine is essential in this area because it is quite likely that you will wish to improve your weapons before engaging in combat. The Pack-a-Punch machine, like the lift at Shi No Numa, needs new parts to fix it as it is currently broken. During the process of opening up the map and gaining perks, there are two little cylinders that are known as Electronic Components that can be discovered. These two components will be found in two of the four perk huts that are situated in each of the four corners of the map. The point requirements for Pack-a-Punch upgrades begin at 2,000 and go up with each successive upgrade.
When it comes to the selection of weapons, the ray gun Wonder Weapon, the Holger 26 light machine gun, the RPD light machine gun, or the JAK-12 shotgun are all excellent options for Pack-a-Punch play against zombies.
Armor up in COD Mobile Zombie mode
If you have enough points, we highly recommend getting some armor, even though it is not necessarily the most important gear. You can find armor in the supply machine that is located on the bottom floor of the main hut. The initial upgrade for this armor costs 1,000 points. Additionally, players can purchase a custom gun loadout for 3,000 points.
Keep in mind that Zombies Classic is all about surviving together and working together. Using the hints and strategies provided in this article can improve your chances of becoming a successful zombie slayer in the thrilling of COD Mobile Zombie mode. Gather your team, practice clear and concise communication, and charge headfirst into the hordes of the undead! For other COD Mobile tips just click here!