The Trophy System is a piece of Tactical Equipment in Call of Duty Mobile that’s unlocked at player account Level 45. It was first introduced in Black Ops 2 and immediately garnered both casual and competitive interest. However, even after all of these years, some players are still unaware of what this piece of equipment does.
With COD Mobile gaining attention from fans of all ages and backgrounds, there’s often content that confuses newer players. Items like the Tactician Perk and the Trophy System will pop up in seasonal challenges or events and leave players dumbfounded on how to complete the task. The Trophy System has appeared in several daily challenges in Season 9, causing players to search their game for an explanation. However, those players can simply look below for a full view at what the Trophy System is in COD Mobile.
The Trophy System and its use in COD Mobile
Once players unlock the Trophy System at Level 45, they can go into their loadout menu and select “Tactical” from the Equipment tab. From there, they can find the description of the Trophy System. Essentially, this equipment blocks incoming enemy projectiles. There are some caveats with this, though.
One of them is that players have to throw the Trophy System down on the ground. This means that players only have protection in that area and enemies can destroy the item by meleeing or shooting it. Another caveat is that the Trophy System only blocks explosive projectiles, meaning bullets can still go un-passed through it. The last caveat is that the Trophy System will only block a couple of projectiles before blowing up.
The list of projectiles that are protected by the Trophy System includes Flash/Concussion/Smoke Grenades, Lethal Grenades, RPG Rockets, Predator Missiles and more. In order to use the Trophy System effectively, players must station themselves by one. They can then patrol the area around the item, shooting at an enemy that comes into view.
However, the best part about having the Trophy System around is that players only have to worry about being shot. Of course, this is until their Trophy System is destroyed, at which point players will be at the mercy at whatever projectile comes near them.
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.