7 Ways to Establish Your Supremacy in Call of Duty 1


Call of Duty might seem easy at first, but after playing for a while, you may want to take your game to the next level. Whether you want to show off your skills on the internet or just be all that you can be, there are a few things you can do to become an elite COD player. Here are seven ways to establish your superiority in Call of Duty 1:

Know the map

One of the most important things to know about a map is where all of the weapons, power-ups and items are located. This will help you be able to grab them quickly if you need them. It will also allow you to predict where enemies might be and how they might try to ambush or flank you. Also knowing the locations of health, armor and vehicles will help you plan your attack strategy more effectively.

Knowing these things can be difficult though because there are often multiple places that an item could spawn on any given map at any given time. For example let’s say I mention a sniper rifle being in a specific location on Nuketown 2025; that doesn’t mean it won’t spawn somewhere else later in the match when fewer players have survived and respawned back into play yet again! To prevent confusion we’re going teach our students about what we call “point systems.”

Keep your head on a swivel

The first thing you need to do is learn the map inside out. When you know the map, it will help you get around and find where enemies might be hiding. However, this does not mean that you just run around without looking at where your teammates are or checking corners for an enemy waiting to shoot you in the back! This can also be called tunnel vision, which means that you only look at one thing (the enemy) instead of looking at everything else as well. Another way this could happen is if there’s someone waiting around a corner but they don’t see him because they aren’t paying attention while running into their line of sight; then BOOM! Shot in the back!

Communicate with your team

Communicating with your team is one of the most important things you can do. There are several ways to communicate:

  • Microphone – The microphone is the most common way to communicate with your team, as it allows you to talk directly with others. Be sure to speak clearly and loudly, as some people may not be able to hear what you’re saying if they’re too far away.
  • Chat – There are two types of chat in Call of Duty: text and voice-based. You can access these by pressing start at any time during gameplay (outside of a match) or by pressing the button next to an online friend in their profile.

Text chat gives players an option for writing messages that appear immediately above their heads when they type them out; these messages will also be displayed on-screen whenever someone else has typed something since the last time you checked so that it doesn’t distract from gameplay too much by announcing every message right away (which would get annoying). Voice chat allows players who use headsets compatible with console gaming systems such as PS4™ or Xbox One™ or PCs running Windows 8™ operating system software***END SECTION

Call out what you see

  • Call out what you see
  • Call out what you are doing
  • Call out what you are thinking
  • Call out what you are feeling

Reload before and after a firefight

The most important thing you need to know about reloading is that you should always do it before a firefight, and after a firefight. You should also reload whenever you are out of ammo. While you’re doing this, there are a few things that will help you get the most out of your reloads:

  • make sure your weapon is empty by checking the ammo counter. If it’s not empty, try firing again until it is
  • make sure there isn’t anyone around who might shoot at you while you’re vulnerable while reloading
  • don’t let people see how many bullets are in your gun

Know when to run for cover

  • Know when to run for cover.
  • Don’t run for cover too soon.
  • Don’t run for cover too late.
  • Don’t run for cover when you’re out of ammo.
  • Don’t run for cover when you’re low on health.

Stay calm in the clutch moments

Throughout Call of Duty games, there are moments when your team needs someone to step up and make a big play. This is where you need to stay calm in the clutch moments.

When you are in these situations, it is important that you do not rush into anything because then you will likely make a mistake or miss an opportunity. It’s better if you can wait for an opening before making any moves so that way when it comes time for your team to execute the play, there won’t be any problems because everyone is doing their jobs properly and if there are any mistakes made by players on your side or from opponents then it wont hurt as much because everyone did what they were supposed to do correctly during execution phase of this situation (which may include shooting enemies but also could mean moving out of cover at one point). If all goes well then this method should result in either winning matches easily or losing them less painfully which would be nice too!

These tips can help you become an elite Call of Duty player.

If you want to be the best, you have to know your place. Knowledge of the map is key to victory.

Knowing how to use each area of the map will help you get ahead and stay there. You should keep your head on a swivel at all times, and communicate with your team so that they know what’s going on just as well as you do.

If you see someone running around in one direction, call out what they’re doing so that everyone else can react accordingly. If there are enemies in an area, reload before and after any firefight so that you’ll be ready when more show up; don’t forget about grenades either! If things get too hot for comfort or if it looks like time is running out on the clock (or both), run for cover where possible—just don’t forget about grenades either! It may sound obvious but staying calm in the clutch moments will go a long way toward helping your team win those close matches.


You may not be a Warzone champion, but these tips can help you become an elite Call of Duty player. Good luck out there, soldier!

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