Best Settings for Call of Duty Mobile Season 13 | COD Mobile best settings

Call of Duty Mobile, since its launch last year has become one of the most played and downloaded FPS games on the mobile platform. The game has captivated players by providing a different gaming experience altogether. The fast-paced, smooth gameplay with realistic graphics make the game all the more enjoyable.

The controls and settings of Call of Duty mobile are quite easy to understand. Once you have gotten the gist of how the game feels and runs you can easily adjust the game according to you. To make that process easier for you, we have been actively researching the various modes of the game and also the various settings of the game.

Here are some of the basic Call of Duty Settings configuration which might prove useful to all gamers out there irrespective of their game style.

Best Settings for Call of Duty Mobile Season 11

  • Controls –

First, let’s get into the controls which form the skeleton of the game.

In the controls section, the players get to choose from 2 options – Simple Mode and Advanced Mode. The Simple Mode makes your weapons go into Auto-fire mode i.e. the weapon starts firing automatically when the crosshair is on an enemy. Switching to Advanced Mode gives the players the option to control their shooting manually.

So, it is highly recommended that players go for the Advanced Mode. This is because, in Simple Mode, though automatic firing seems appealing, it results in the wastage of a lot of bullets, moreover, sometimes the crosshair isn’t properly aligned with the enemy. The weapon doesn’t fire until and unless the crosshair is perfectly aligned with the enemy. The simple mode also makes shooting through walls impossible.

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On the other hand, the Advanced Mode, allows people to control the firing manually. Therefore, the Advanced mode gives the players the perfect controls suited for their fast reflexes. Players can easily anticipate the movement of enemies and shoot through walls which is a handicap in the simple model.

Now that we are done with that, we move to the Shooting mode under Advanced Mode. This mode allows players to select whether they want their weapon to fire after ADS or Hip fire. After having gone through various trial and error matches, we have come up with the most efficient shooting modes.

By default, all weapons are set to ADS. But it’s not always efficient to fire down sight in all situations. So, we suggest shotguns and LMGs be set on hip fire. This way the shotgun can blast through enemies in close range without wasting time in ADSing while firing down the hip with the LMG can prove extremely beneficial when engaging in close range combat especially when it’s a 2v1 or 3v1 handicapped situation. However, in the case of SMGs and Pistols, and ARs, we suggest keeping the ADS setting along with a hip-fire button. Now, this will help in getting the enemies at a long-range whilst aiming down sight, and also help tackle enemies at close range by firing the secondary hip fire button. SMGs have high ADS speeds so it can also be used in close range. This way the SMGs and ARs prove useful in both long-range and close-range combat.

In the case of Snipers, we suggest keeping it at ADS as it is very useful for quick scoping. Moreover, quick scoping through a sniper gives players the accuracy which they expect from a sniper.

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The above-mentioned settings are best for people who play with a 2 – finger claw style. For 3 or more finger claw setup, we would recommend you to change the SMGs and ARs to hip fire too so that you can ADS only when required using the help of the extra fingers and the hip fire is for close-range fights.

These settings can be applied to both Multiplayer mode and Battle Royale mode.

  • Sensitivity –

Sensitivity settings are perhaps the trickiest settings to figure out. Get it right and enemies won’t stand a chance against you. However, getting it wrong may lead to frustration and rage quits.

First, we recommend players to keep the Rotation Mode fixed. This makes sure that the pace at which players move their fingers across the screen doesn’t matter. This helps players maintain a consistent camera angle movement which is not in the case of the other 2 as the other 2 modes are dependent on the speed of finger movement.


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Camera Sensitivity:

  • Third Person Sensitivity: 85-95
  • FPP View Turning Sensitivity: 70-80
  • Optics: 90 – 100
  • Tactical Scope Sensitivity: 55-65
  • 3x Tactical Scope: 55-60
  • 4x Tactical Scope: 45-50
  • Sniper Scope Sensitivity: 65-75

Firing Sensitivity:

  • Third Person Sensitivity: 85-95
  • FPP View Turning Sensitivity: 70-80
  • Optics: 90 – 100
  • Tactical Scope Sensitivity: 65-70
  • 3x Tactical Scope: 60-65
  • 4x Tactical Scope: 50-55
  • Sniper Scope Sensitivity: 70-75


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Camera Sensitivity:

  • Third-person sensitivity: 80-85
  • FPP view turning sensitivity: 70-80
  • Optics: 90-100
  • Tactic scope sensitivity: 80-90
  • 3x tactical scope: 65-75
  • 4x tactical scope: 60-70
  • Sniper scope sensitivity: 45-55

Firing sensitivity:

  • Third-person sensitivity: 80-85
  • FPP view turning sensitivity: 70-80
  • Optics: 90-100
  • Tactic scope sensitivity: 70-80
  • 3x tactical scope: 55-65
  • 4x tactical scope: 55-65
  • Sniper scope sensitivity: 40-45

It would take a miracle for us to come up with the perfect sensitivity settings. However, what we can do is, tell you how to get the most efficient sensitivity settings. The only way to figure out which setting works for you perfectly is to try training against AI enemies around the above-mentioned base settings to find the setting which suits you perfectly. The sensitivity settings are purely relative, and players can twerk them according to what they find comfortable.

Marker Setting:

These markers are probably the things which we overlook the most in the game. However, the do play a very important role in the matches. For that reason, we tried out various scales and opacity levels for the objective and item markers and we came up with the above-mentioned settings. We kept the opacity levels at 50 so that the markers are neither too bright that they stand out in the middle of the game and distract the players, nor are they too dull that they can’t be seen by the players. We have also kept the scale of the markers at 50 so that they’re not so big that they interfere whilst engaging with an enemy nor are, they are so small that they’re not visible.

Vehicle Sensitivity:

Under this section, we get 3 layouts to choose from. However, we suggest going for layout A as it is the simplest layout amongst the lot and it doesn’t require dragging your fingers across the screen to steer. Steering can be performed simply by keeping a button pushed or letting it go which makes maneuvering easier.

 HUD layout:

Getting your Hud layout right is perhaps the most crucial of all settings. It needs to be purely according to your gameplay style. It depends on whether you play in a 2-finger claw setup or a 3-finger claw so on and so forth.

6 finger claw Hud layout:

6 finger hud


  • Left thumb: crouch button.
  • Left index finger: move/sprint
  • Left middle finger:  jump and knife
  • Right thumb: shoot
  • Right index finger: aim
  • Right middle finger: reload/scope (ADS)

4 finger claw HUD layout:

4 finger hud


  • Left thumb: move/sprint
  • Left index finger: shoot
  • Right thumb: aim/ look around, reload and crouch
  • Right index finger: ADS

2 finger HUD layout:

2 finger claw hud


  • Left thumb: move/sprint, hip fire
  • Right thumb: aim/ look around, reload, ADS, crouch

That’s it for settings and controls. However, we do emphasize players to play more and explore settings more suited to their needs and style of playing. The settings of a game are purely relative and differ from device to device.

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