Welcome, gamers! Today we’re going to talk about a crucial skill for any Call of Duty Mobile player: setting up a 1v1 in COD Mobile. You might be thinking, ‘Why bother with a 1v1 when there are so many other game modes to choose from?’ Well, let me tell you – mastering the art of the 1v1 can give you a serious advantage in other game modes too.
Think about it – in a 1v1, you have no teammates to rely on. It’s just you and your opponent. This means you need to be quick on your feet, adaptable, and strategic. These are all skills that will serve you well in team-based game modes too. Plus, let’s be real – there’s nothing quite as satisfying as taking down an opponent in a 1v1 showdown.
How to setup 1v1
Step 1: Create a Custom Game
To create a custom game in COD Mobile, first, open the game and tap on the ‘Multiplayer’ option from the main menu.
Then, select the ‘Private’ tab and tap on the ‘Create Room’ button. From here, you can customize your game settings, such as the map, mode, and time limit.
You can also set a password for your room to ensure only invited players can join. Once you’re satisfied with your settings, tap on the ‘Create’ button to generate your custom game.
Step 2: Invite your opponent
Once you have created your custom game, it’s time to invite your opponent. This can be done by selecting the ‘Invite’ button and choosing the player you want to challenge. It’s important to ensure that you have added your opponent as a friend before attempting to invite them.
If your opponent is not online, you can still send them an invite by selecting their name from your friend list and choosing the ‘Send Invite’ option. Be sure to communicate with your opponent to ensure that they are ready to accept the invite and start the match.
Step 3: Adjust game settings
Before starting your 1v1 match, it’s important to adjust the game settings to ensure a fair and enjoyable experience for both players. One setting you can adjust is the time limit, which determines how long the match will last. Another important setting is the score limit, which determines how many kills are required to win the match. You can also adjust the map and weapon selection to add variety to your matches.
It’s important to note that different settings can have a significant impact on gameplay. For example, adjusting the health regeneration rate can make matches more or less challenging depending on your preference. Similarly, adjusting the respawn time can affect the pace of the match and how quickly players can get back into the action. Take some time to experiment with different settings to find what works best for you.
Step 4: Start the match
To start the 1v1 match, both players need to select their loadouts and ready up. Once both players have readied up, the countdown timer will begin and the match will start. It’s important to stay focused and keep your cool during the match.
Remember to use cover and move around the map strategically to gain an advantage over your opponent. And don’t forget to have fun!
Tips and Tricks to Dominate 1v1
In 1v1 matches of Call of Duty Mobile, a contentious tactic known as “spawn trapping” occurs when one player constantly traps their opponent in their spawn region. This approach is used by one player. Although it is possible that some people will perceive it as a useful strategy for gaining an advantage, others will consider it to be unsportsmanlike and damaging to fair play.
Players in Call of Duty Mobile’s 1v1 matches should make it their goal to encourage skill-based gameplay, as well as good sportsmanship, in order to create an entertaining environment for everyone involved. You’ll need to kill them once to do this, simply because the first time they spawn they won’t appear in the usual spawn location. The spawn will then need to be committed to memory. One of the two spawn locations will be chosen at random. Make sure to put the FMJ perk on those SR to hit those wall bangs.
Power position is a place on the map that gives players a big edge in terms of visibility, cover, and control over key areas. Most of the time, these positions give players a strategic vantage point from which they can fight enemies, protect goals, and take control of the battlefield. Power positions are usually up high, in a corner, or in a place with a good view. From these places, players can control the flow of the game and change the results of battles. In CODM, it’s important for players to find and hold power spots because that lets them get kills and help their team win while making themselves less vulnerable to attacks.
Players must be aware of their surroundings, though, because being in a position of power can make them more vulnerable to striking moves and counterattacks from other players. A big part of being successful in Call of Duty Mobile is learning how to use power spots and when to defend them or give them up.
Peeking to get Info
This is where you take advantage of the Undercarriage of cars, bus windows, or any obstacles on the map to check the position of your enemies without compromising your own position.
Jump and Slide Peeking
This is an advanced and dynamic technique that skilled Call of Duty Mobile (CODM) players use to get an edge over their opponents in 1v1 matches. Jump peeking is when you leave cover and jump into the air for a short time to see where the enemy is and where they can see you. Slide peeking, on the other hand, is when you slide out from cover to get the same effect while keeping a smaller profile.
Both methods work well for gathering information, aiming ahead of time, and shocking opponents with quick, unexpected moves. Jumping and slide peeking takes good timing and coordination, and if a player masters them, they can greatly improve their ability to outmaneuver and outshoot their opponent in close 1v1 battles, making them dangerous opponents on the battlefield.
If you miss a shot, you can switch to your melee weapon, run around the corner, and maybe slide peek again. This gives you an edge and makes it harder for your enemy to hit you between shots since you’ll be able to move faster than if you were using a sniper.
1v1 matches require players to be able to do things like slide peeking, jump peeking, switching melee weapons, and going prone so they can be unpredictable and get an edge over their opponents. Slide peeking lets you check out enemy positions quickly and quietly from cover, while jump peeking lets you do it while in the air. Melee swapping lets you move around quickly with the sprint boost. Going prone without warning can also throw your opponents off and give you a surprise edge. Using these moves in a planned way keeps your opponents wondering and improves your chances of winning in one-on-one fights.
Lastly, practicing your aim is the most fundamental of all the tips that we have. Of course, if you can’t hit enemies, the other tips are useless. Practice until you feel that shooting enemies is as easy as breathing. So go to the training room and hit all those circles!
Setting up a 1v1 match in COD Mobile is a valuable skill to have. Not only does it allow you to challenge your friends and improve your gameplay, but it also opens up new opportunities for competition and fun. By following the steps outlined in this presentation, you can easily create a custom game, invite your opponent, adjust game settings, and start the match with confidence.
Remember, practice makes perfect. Don’t be discouraged if your first few matches don’t go as planned. Keep trying and refining your skills until you become a master at setting up 1v1 matches in COD Mobile. Who knows, you may even discover new strategies and techniques along the way that will help you dominate in other game modes as well. Make sure to get one of these cool headsets to get the upper hand.