When it comes to popular Battle Royale titles on the mobile platform, there are two frontrunners that stand out from the rest, PUBG Mobile and Call of Duty: Mobile. In today’s article, we will be talking about Activision’s Call of Duty: Mobile rankssystem and the rewards associated with it.
The game arrived back in 2019 and since then has become a strong competitor for its rival battle royale title, PUBG Mobile. Both the games are different in their own way, starting from the graphics, controls and functions.
As for the competitive mode in the game, the ranked mode, there are a lot of details you need to pay attention to before you start climbing ranks. To be specific, both the modes, Multiplayer and Battle Royale have a Ranked Match Mode. Each of these modes differs a lot and has specific rewards set as well.
To make that easier for you to understand, we have put together this article that covers all the basics to get you started. After you are done, you should really check out the best guns in CoD Mobile!
What are the tiers in Ranked Mode?
Like any other battle royale title, Call of Duty: Mobile has multiple rank tiers and each tier is further divided into three subdivisions except Legendary which works entirely on a points system.
- Legendary – 6501+ points
- Master – 4501 to 6501 points
- Pro – 3001 to 4500 points
- Elite – 2001 to 3000 points
- Veteran – 1001 to 2000 points
- Rookie – 1 to 1000 points
When you start your ranking journey, the first place you earn is the Rookie I rank. The points gap between the subdivisions is quite small so if you grind the matches continuously, then you can easily find yourself in the elite tier.
What are the rewards in each mode?
As mentioned, each mode has different sets of rewards and they are:
For multiplayer mode
- Charm-Series 7
- Echo – Royal Flush
- Steel frame
- Kilo Bolt Action dealers
For Battle Royale Mode
- Calling Card – High Roller
- Baseball Bat – Royal Flush
- Character TEDD – Where To Sir?
How does the Rank reset work in CoD Mobile?
Before the beginning of a new season, the game resets the rank that players have achieved, regardless of the mode. The list below shows the rank transfers when a new season starts.
- Legendary – Pro I
- Master 5 – Elite 5
- Masters 4 – Elite 4
- Master 3 – Elite 3
- Master 1 – Elite 1
- Pro 5 – Veteran 5
- Pro 3 & 4 – Veteran 4
- Pro 1 & 2 – Veteran 3
- Elite 4 & 5 – Veteran 2
- Elite 2 & 3 – Veteran 1
- Elite 1 & Veteran 5 – Rookie 5
- Veteran 2 – Rookie 3
- Veteran 1 – Rookie 2
- Rookie 1 – 5 – Rookie 1
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