What Are Legendary Weapons In Call Of Duty: Mobile?

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What Are Legendary Weapons In Call Of Duty: Mobile?

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  • Guns in Call of Duty: Mobile are differentiated by their rarity.

  • Legendary weapons can mean rare blueprints which change the aesthetic and design of that particular gun.

  • Legendary weapons have a Gold color background when you hover over them on the ground.

Legendary weapons can mean different things in Call of Duty: Mobile. Guns in Call of Duty: Mobile are differentiated by their rarity. The term can mean different things in different contexts. Legendary weapons can mean rare blueprints which change the aesthetic and design of that particular gun. They can also be referring to rare weapons found in the battle royale mode. Just like in other BRs, COD Mobile drops 100 players onto the Isolated map. Here players need to loot nearby areas to get weapons, throwables, armour and first-aid. If lucky, players will find gold-coloured Legendary weapons in some of the houses.

Legendary Weapons In and Out Of Battle Royale

Weapons in Call of Duty: Mobile Battle Royale are colour-coded according to their rarity.

Colour Weapon RarityWhiteCommonGreenUncommonBlueRarePurpleEpicGoldLegendary

Legendary weapons have a Gold colour background when you hover over them on the ground.

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Legendary weapon blueprints can be obtained outside of BR, these were the rarest in the Call of Duty: Mobile until the first Mythic Fennec weapon blueprint was introduced.

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Players can check out all the existing and owned rare blueprints in the Arsenal tab on the main menu. These blueprints can be either purchased, through the Battle Pass or through the Lucky Draws. Another way of obtaining Legendary weapons is to buy loot boxes. 

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