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For Call of Duty Mobile fans, the process of earning medals is both an easy and painstakingly slow process. There are certain medals that are easy to decipher, like Double Kill or Avenger. However, there are also medals that players simply have no idea how to earn, like Gun Master. In any season of COD Mobile, there are events that pop up and require players to earn these specific medals. In Season 8, players must earn the Gun Master medal, which will take them to the battle royale mode.
At first glance, this medal seems like it would be rewarded to players who completed a challenge for each weapon in the game. After all, that’s something that the Call of Duty franchise is famous for. However, in COD Mobile, players can earn Gold guns for their achievements with each weapon. For the Gun Master medal, players must something else entirely.
Earning the Gun Master Medal in COD Mobile
For this medal, players must head over to the battle royale mode. Any of the maps will work, including the new Blackout map. However, players should pick the map they feel most comfortable with, as they’re going to need a plethora of kills on the map.
Once players have selected their map and their class for the match, they can go about earning this specific medal. The Gun Master medal requires players to earn at least eight kills in a single COD Mobile battle royale match. Obviously, this is a huge task and will likely take players a few attempts.
There’s no real set strategy for going about this. Players can land in a location that’s populated with a few enemies; not too many or none at all. Then, they must find a weapon and meds to take down the other enemies at their drop spot.
If they come out alive, players should rotate to the outer parts of the zone to pick off any enemies running to make it inside the circle. From here, players need to hit their shots, find some high-tier loot and hope they can see enough enemies to kill.
After eight enemies are eliminated, players will earn the Gun Master medal.
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.