COD Mobile features many of the classic aspects of traditional Call of Duty that fans have grown accustomed to seeing over the years. From the Create-A-Class and loadout system to the perks and killstreaks, COD Mobile is just an extension of the main series. However, this doesn’t mean that every player will know what all of the features and mechanics are in COD Mobile.
This is especially when it comes to certain events and challenges in the game, as players will often ask what a certain term or phrase means. For example, many COD Mobile players are not sure what Lethal Equipment means.
To any Call of Duty veteran, the term Lethal Equipment is second-hand knowledge. New players to the series will need some assistance in identifying the term, though. This is especially true if players need to complete a challenge in COD Mobile using Lethal Equipment. To find out everything about this type of equipment, keep reading the guide below.
Lethal Equipment in COD Mobile
Lethal Equipment can be defined as the section of equipment that has the ability to inflict damage on enemies. If you view your Loadout screen, you will see that you have two different sections of equipment, Lethal and Tactical. Tactical Equipment is mainly used as a strategic way to gain the upper-hand on an enemy. Lethal Equipment, on the other hand, is mainly used to damage or kill an enemy.
Here is the current list of Lethal Equipment in COD Mobile:
- Combat Axe
- Frag Grenade
- Molotov Cocktail
- Semtex Grenade
- Trip Mine
- Cluster Grenade
- Delay Bomb
- Gammon Bomb
- Proximity Mine
All of these are primarily used as a throwable or placeable item that will damage enemies if they come into contact with it. However, they can also damage you if you get too close, so be careful when using any piece of Lethal Equipment.
About the Author
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.