Call of Duty: Mobile Season 9 – How To Unlock The Swordfish For Free

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Call of Duty: Mobile Season 9 – How To Unlock The Swordfish For Free

Call of Duty: Mobile Season 9 introduces a new burst assault rifle called the Swordfish, which can be acquired for free.

Call of Duty: Mobile Season 9 is underway, and much like every season, players get two new additions to their weapon arsenals. One being the Swordfish, and the other being the Thumper for this season. The Swordfish is a burst assault rifle that was first introduced in Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. What makes this gun unique is its long-range accuracy, although it lacks in damage, it gets compensated by a high fire rate and lethal ability in one burst.

The good thing about every new weapon introduced in Call of Duty: Mobile is that it can be unlocked for free either by completing some in-game tasks or getting it as a reward in the battle pass after completing a particular tier of the pass.

How to unlock the Swordfish in COD Mobile Season 9

The Swordfish burst assault rifle with the MK2 camo from Call of Duty Mobile appears on a dark graveyard background.

The Swordfish will be the 20th gun in the Assault Rifle category available in the Call of Duty: Mobile Season 9. To unlock the Swordfish, players are just required to complete the Battle Pass until Tier 21, where they can get the Swordfish Burst Assault Rifle for free.

Swordfish Stats

  • Damage: 24
  • Accuracy: 46
  • Range: 46
  • Fire Rate: 71
  • Mobility: 65
  • Control: 33

In order to reach Tier 21 in the Battle Pass, players are required to earn XP, which can be earned after completing daily/weekly missions. Players can also take part in Seasonal challenges and events, which provide more XP and boost the required Tier.

If you are interested in getting the gun even faster, you can buy the Premium Battle Pass, which actually unlocks at Tier 12, and also unlocks Swordfish MK2 Camo.

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