Choose your weapon wisely
For one, it’s clear that the other weapons can offer larger clips and higher fire rates, which is always great. But you shouldn’t use this as an excuse to aim like an amateur.
Weapons with higher fire rates and clips will often come with longer reload times, which becomes particularly impactful during boss fight sections.
Know your enemy
Armoured vehicles will have enemies that pop up from the back, while many other vehicles can simply be overcome by shooting out the driver first.
There are also boss vehicles, but these are just bullet sponges. Shoot at them, and duck to avoid bullets, simple as that. Things only get complicated when enemies with helmets are introduced, making killing them much more difficult.
After some stages you will be given the option of watching an ad in exchange for a gun or a piece of gear, and you should do it.
If you watch the ad, you probably won’t be served another ad after. If you don’t watch the ad, you’re likely to the get the usual post-game ad anyway. Seemingly the game is set to not allow you to watch ads too often, so it’s good to at least get rewards when they do happen.
You can be a bit more haphazard when you have a large-clip automatic weapon, but if you’re determined to be a sharpshooter, you have to back it up with the skills.
When enemies are travelling near you at a solid speed, it’s as simple as waiting for them to pop up and tap to shoot them down. When they are moving at speed, you will need to adjust for the speed difference between you.