COD Mobile reveals the CBR4 as new SMG for Season 10
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The developers of Call of Duty Mobile, TiMi Studio Group, revealed a new submachine gun arriving with the upcoming Season 10 installment in the CBR4. Veterans of the Call of Duty franchise and gun enthusiasts will recognize the weapon instantly as the classic P90.

The P90 is known for having a large magazine, excellent mobility and decent damage range. In various titles, it’s had a different range of recoil patterns; some easy to control and some not so easy. In COD Mobile, the CBR4 appears to have decent accuracy mixed with above average mobility and fire rate. Players can find the rest of the details surrounding the CBR4 below.

The CBR4 is arriving with Season 10 of COD Mobile

The CBR4 doesn’t appear to feature any changes from the look of the P90. It has the same gun model and stats for the most part, the latter of which are viewable below.

  • Damage: 24
  • Fire Rate: 86
  • Accuracy: 45
  • Mobility: 101
  • Range: 45
  • Control: 41

From the stat sheet, the CBR4’s damage isn’t the best in the world, so players will need to be accurate with their shots to kill an enemy quickly. As expected, the CBR4 will possess terrific mobility, fire rate and control. Players will be able to swiftly move around the map and fire a large number of shots in quick succession.

COD Mobile also provided a recommended loadout for the CBR4, which players can see below.

  • Muzzle: OWC Light Compensator
  • Barrel: MIP Extended Light Barrel
  • Stock: YKM Combat Stock
  • Laser: OWC Laser-Tactical
  • Rear Grip: Stippled Fore Grip Tape

The main emphasis of this loadout is to increase the CBR4’s overall mobility and damage range. The muzzle and barrel boost the SMG’s damage range by a solid amount and the rest of the loadout makes the CBR4 one of the most mobile weapons in the game. This should be an enjoyable weapon to use on small and medium-sized maps in COD Mobile when it releases with Season 10 on Nov. 18.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.