Understanding Tactical Equipment in Call of Duty Mobile
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Throughout the various seasons of Call of Duty Mobile, there are new challenges that pop up and can reward players with XP. However, many of the challenges use longtime Call of Duty terms that some players don’t know about. Since COD Mobile is still fairly new and attracting more players every day, these terms need a little explanation behind them. The most recent COD Mobile term that has confused players is ‘Tactical Equipment.”

For any veteran of Call of Duty, or even multiplayer video games as a whole, the term Tactical Equipment doesn’t need a second thought. It’s ingrained into players’ minds after years of playing multiplayer shooters. This doesn’t apply to a solid portion of the COD Mobile community, though. It’s a free-to-play mobile title, so new players to these types of games are entering the fold each day. Below, those players can see exactly what COD Mobile means by Tactical Equipment.

Defining Tactical Equipment in COD Mobile

For any challenge like this in COD Mobile, there’s usually a simple way to see what the game means. In this instance, players can navigate to their Create-A-Class screen, which is accessed in the multiplayer lobby. Once at Create-A-Class, players can select any one of their classes and view all of the different slots for items to go into.

One of these slots is named Tactical Equipment. Players can click on the option to see all of the different types of equipment within the Tactical section. If players are having trouble finding this screen, they can see all of the available pieces of Tactical Equipment in COD Mobile below.

  • Concussion Grenade
  • Cryo Bomb
  • EMP
  • Flashbang
  • Gas Grenade
  • Smoke Grenade
  • Trophy System

With this in mind, players can now complete any challenge dealing with Tactical Equipment. Usually, the challenge deals with harming enemies after hitting them with a piece of Tactical Equipment or just using a certain amount in a match.

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.
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