Call of Duty Mobile was released in 2019 by TiMi Studios. This is a part of well-known series of shooter games. However, some of its basic mechanics may feel extraordinary for new players. This guide is created to explain to you the Hip Fire mode. It is one of two main fire modes in the game and knowledge about it will give you an advantage over your opponents.

Hip Fire in Call of Duty Mobile

Hip Fire in Call of Duty Mobile is a simple thing. There are two different types of aiming in the game. ADS (Aiming Down Sights) is an aiming mode where you try to shoot precisely. Your character will be slowed down and lean to the gun sights. With this mode, you will be able to shoot more accurately but it takes time to turn it on. For this reason, you can’t use this mode all the time.

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The alternative to the ADS mode is the Hip Fire mode. While using it, your character will walk with standard speed but you will feel the lack of accuracy. All of your shots will get a much bigger spread circle and it makes it harder to shot an enemy far away from you.

Hip Fire is a great mode to shot someone close to you. You won’t feel the problem with a bigger bullet spread as your opponent will be right in front of you. Also, in a situation like that, every second is valuable. Close combat usually doesn’t take much time. So, entering the ADS mode may be difficult, and using the Hip Fire mod may be the correct option.

Some of the weapons are fit better to use Hip Fire mode. Shotguns and high fire rate weapons can annihilate your enemy, while sniper rifles may have some issues. If you will miss a shot with one of these you will be very vulnerable.

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