The Prospector’s Guide to Gold Rush and Kill Confirmed

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Once Upon a Time in Rust, the sixth season for Call of Duty: Mobile, is in full swing with the Gold Rush event, a limited time exchange program where soldiers can trade in Gold Bars earned through Multiplayer and Battle Royale for some shiny new rewards.

Here’s this ol’ prospector’s tips on the Gold Rush and the new game mode that came with it: Kill Confirmed.

How to Get in on the Gold Rush

Gold Rush, a limited-time event in Call of Duty: Mobile, will see you earning Gold Bars in Multiplayer and Battle Royale to unlock new weapons and other loot items.

These items include plenty of Flowing Bronze-plated items, a new Rare Camo introduced in Season Six, and an Epic M4LMG – Moonstone weapon.

Earning these items is as simple as getting Gold Bars, a new item that can be acquired in Battle Royale and Multiplayer. While travelling around isolated and surviving against enemy soldiers in Battle Royale, be on the lookout for treasure maps that will lead you to Gold Bar mining sites.

As for Multiplayer, Gold Bars can be earned in Kill Confirmed, a game mode new to Call of Duty: Mobile that fans of the franchise have enjoyed since Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare® 3.

Rules of Engagement – Kill Confirmed


·      Kill Confirmed is available on Standoff, Crash, Raid, Summit, Cage, Takeoff, Meltdown, and Rust.

·      Two teams enter the lobby – each team has a maximum of five players. You can either bring your own full team into the lobby, or matchmake with a random player.

·      You can use your own Custom Loadouts in this game mode.

Your Mission:

·      Eliminate the enemy team and collect the dog tags they drop upon death (every player, including you, drops a dog tag when they die). These enemy dog tags count as a Gold Bar earned during the Gold Rush Event. 

·      If a soldier from Team A (e.g. Special Forces) collects a dog tag dropped by Team B (Guerilla Squad), then Team A (Special Forces) gets a point.

·      If a soldier from Special Forces collects a dog tag dropped by an ally, then they deny the enemy team from grabbing that point.

Your Goal:

·      The first team to hit the designated point value, or the team with the most points at the end of the time limit, wins the game.

·      If both teams are tied by the end of the time limit, the game ends in a draw.

During Gold Rush:

·      Every dog tag collected will add to your overall Gold Bar stash during Gold Rush.

·      Confirming another teammate’s kill earns a Gold Bar for both soldiers (both the one who earned the kill and the one who collected the dog tag)

Top 5 Tips

5. Like TDM, But with a Twist. Kill Confirmed is a great introductory objective mode for those coming from Frontline or Team Deathmatch. Just remember to follow up and collect those dog tags after getting those kills.

4. Be Aggressive. Don’t Be Reckless. Aggressive operators will be showered with dog tags by running and gunning their way to kills and confirms. However, it’s not wise to dive straight into lopsided engagements, as you might as well be hand-delivering those dog tags to the enemy.

3. Denied! Denying enemy kills is just as important as confirming your team’s kills. If your fellow soldier goes down, pick up their dog tag before an enemy runs over to grab it.

2. Golden Bait. If you suspect an enemy is nearby to grab your fallen teammate’s dog tag, try taking them out before denying their kill. That way, you get to pick up a point for your team AND deny the enemy team a point, all in one engagement!

1. Don’t Be Greedy. A teammate that confirms your kill by collecting the enemy dog tag earns a Gold Bar for both players. Work together to collect each other’s dog tag, and that M4LMG – Moonstone will be yours in no time! 

We’ll see you on the go, and online.

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Got Some Time to Kill? Introducing Tomogunchi: New from Rothwynn!

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Want a time-piece* your fellow Tier One Operators will be watching out for? 

Rothwynn Industries is proud to introduce Tomogunchi. This is more than a mere watch: This is a nesting device that houses the most realistic artificial intelligence ever witnessed in a Rothwynn Industries wrist-based product.

Utilizing the latest advancements in pixel-based monochromatic liquid crystal display technology, your Tomogunchi’s “home” is a durable watch, machine-crafted from the finest non-biodegradable plastic designed to provide you with the most immersive pet-based, combat-related experience ever seen. 

Do YOU have the nurturing aptitude to keep your Tomogunchi alive? Will your new friendly creature become well-fed and thrive? Or will it freak out and eventually die due to inattention? 

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Tomogunchi Basic Care: From Egg to Adult

Meet Tomogunchi: your new freshly hatched friend who’s the most fun to be with! Strapped to your wrist and craving almost constant attention, your very own Tomogunchi is ready to become your favorite cyber-pet in any combat zone!

Head to the Modern Warfare® Store today and purchase the Tomogunchi Bundle. Then, during your loadout selection, go to the Weapons tab, locate the Watch Select menu, and equip your new pal: The only way to feed and evolve your virtual pet is to equip it on your wrist, so put it on before you play!

In a moment, once you take to the combat zone, you’ll soon spot your critter struggling to crack open from its initial Egg form. 

Over time, your egg explodes, and out of it appears the adorable Baby Tomogunchi! Assuming you can keep it alive over a period of time, the Baby grows into a Child, a Teen, and then into a full Adult. Are there multiple pet forms and options to discover? 

We aren’t saying.

Which type of pet will YOU get to take care of?

Tomogunchi Tip: Need constant reassurance your Tomogunchi isn’t deceased? Then check your watch with the d-pad up, or up-arrow key and use the ‘Watch Interact’ gesture during a match. You can also preview your watch in the Watch Select menu. Consider doing this with the Tomogunchi to get a handle on the look and feel, and all of the buttons that are on the watch. Rothwynn is not responsible for any psychological stress caused by the demise of your Tomogunchi.

Don’t Let Your Pet Get Upset: Monitoring Moods and Evolution

Monitoring Your Tomogunchi’s Moods is the key to your new critter being the happiest cyber pet in all of Hackney Yard! But you can’t just ignore your Tomogunchi while capturing a Domination flag or gunning down an enemy Operator. You need to engage with your pet as you play!

Getting Emotional: Four Little Faces of Frustration

Look at your watch screen to the right of your Tomogunchi to see four little faces; these represent your pet’s emotional states: Hungry, Dirty, Unruly, and Sleepy.

If your Tomogunchi doesn’t have an emotional state active, then they should be happy as their needs are being met. Well done! However, be sure to keep them happy as their emotional appetite is insatiable!

However, if your pet isn’t smiling or appears sad, then your wanton neglect is causing your pet to fret: You need to provide for them immediately!

Feed your new friend into contentment by figuring out which emotional state you need to change. They head into combat and begin a rampage to feed your Tomogunchi; providing sustenance:

·      Hungry (first face from top) – Get Kills

·      Dirty (second face) – Win Games

·      Unruly (third face) – Earn Objective Score

·      Boredom / Sleepy (last face on bottom) – Activate Killstreaks

That’s going to cheer up your creature in no time! Unless your battles start to go badly, of course….

Oh no! Failure in the most basic of care duties results in your Tomogunchi going from happy to neutral, to sad, and finally… to the grave!

Bonus Charge: The Evolution Contribution

Now look underneath your Tomogunchi to see the “bonus charge”; the horizontal meter your pet sits on. This represents a bonus method of evolving your pet more quickly than normal

Every pet has a different way to fill the bonus charge meter – it could be Captures, Killstreaks, Plants, or Top Three Wins– and figuring out which one your pet prefers is key to keeping them both satisfied and evolving at an even-more rapid pace!

Tomogunchi Tip:Use the ‘Watch Interact’ gesture to bank bonus charges; there are benefits when you do!

Introducing the Tomogunchi Turbo

Evolve faster and in color with the Tomogunchi Turbo from Rothwynn!

Your pet can evolve to a teen over the course of a single match and ready up for the “challenge” of adulthood. Each completed challenge means a new adult evolution for your pet. Come for the challenges, stay for the charms you’ll unlock upon challenge completion.

Once you’ve got an unruly Tomogunchi Turbo teen on your hands work quickly to complete the challenges and evolve your watch to an adult. A faster evolution could also spell a faster disaster, so keep getting kills in game to feed your hungry Tomogunchi Turbo until you can successfully complete the challenges.

Adult evolution challenges can be completed in various modes for Multiplayer and Battle Royale. They range from kills, Finishing Moves, specific lethal equipment kills, collecting in-match cash, targeted in-match road rage, and more.

Don’t worry about taking a break between matches, your Tomogunchi Turbo’s health timer only starts when the next game begins.

The Tomogunchi Evolution Continues

Have YOU discovered all the Tomogunchi secrets yet?

The Rothwynn Tomogunchi: Available only from the very finest authorized dealer: The Modern Warfare Item Store.


*The preceding was a paid advertisement for the Tomogunchi Virtual Pet, from Rothwynn Industries. The Tomogunchi is not a real product. It exists only in Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare®. Rothwynn isn’t real either. Not all four buttons may be interactive. The Tomogunchi doesn’t actually tell the time, either.

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