How to get a Nuke scorestreak in COD Mobile Season 6
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There are a plethora of scorestreaks available to players in COD Mobile Season 6 and more are coming to the game with most new seasons. From support to assault streaks, there’s something for every player in the three scorestreak slots. However, the nuke is one streak above all others and, since the beginning of COD Mobile, players have wondered how to earn it.

Players don’t often see a nuke detonated in their matches but, when it does, every enemy on the opposing team is blown up and killed. This doesn’t end the game but it gives a huge advantage to the team of the player who detonated the nuke. So, how can each individual player help their team out like this? It’s not as difficult as it might seem.

Getting a Nuke scorestreak in COD Mobile

Unlike the other scorestreaks in COD Mobile, players don’t need to equip the nuke scorestreak. It also doesn’t appear in the list of streaks within the create-a-class system of COD Mobile. Instead, every player automatically has the streak and, once they reach the requirement to earn it, the nuke pops up on their screen.

The requirement to earn a nuke in COD Mobile is to reach 20 consecutive kills. However, the challenging factor about the nuke is that these kills can’t come from other scorestreaks. So, if players call in an X1 Goliath and earn 10 kills with it, those won’t count towards the nuke.

Once players have reached the 20 kill threshold, the option to call in the nuke will come on screen. Players will then have the opportunity to call it in by pulling out a laptop, dialing some numbers and keys and then setting off the nuke. After the nuke detonates, the entire screen will go white and every opposing player will die. This is the ultimate way to eliminate other players in COD Mobile.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.