BattleBit Remastered: 11 Best SMGs, Ranked

A good SMG can be a faithful companion in times of need.

Hristijan Pavlovski
Hristijan Pavlovski - Content Writer
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Let’s take a look at which submachine guns can be considered the best SMGs in BattleBit Remastered. Additionally, we’ll be ranking them based on their capabilities and performance.

This list will also include the PDWs and Carbines. Let’s be honest here, you can either call it deep friend or tempura, but at the end of the day, you’re still eating the same thing. It’s a similar thing with the SMG and its relatives.


Kriss Vector

best SMGs in BattleBit Remastered Kriss Vector

The Kriss Vector is undeniably the best weapon in the game right now, and by extension, it’s also the best SMG in BattleBit Remastered. It’s so popular that many players are actively looking to level up fast in BattleBit, just so that they can unlock the Kriss Vector.

Why is it so good though? Let’s take a look at its stats and everything will become clear. It deals decent damage for an SMG, it has an absolutely insane fire rate, and its magazine seems endless. On top of all that, it’s also extremely easy to control whilst firing.

All those stats combined make the Kriss Vector a nightmare to come up against. Which is exactly why you should want it as part of your arsenal.




The Groza comes in at second place, and it definitely stays true to its namesake. Groza means storm in Russian, and it definitely feels like you’re in a storm if you’re on the receiving end of this thing’s spread.

A Kriss Vector will beat the Groza in a close-quarters situation any day of the week. However, in every other situation, the Groza takes the cake. It deals more damage than some of the best assault rifles in BattleBit, it has exceptional controllability, and, it remains accurate even at long distances.

If you want a universal SMG that’s good in any situation, then the Groza is the gun for you. The aforementioned qualities are what make it one of the best SMGs in BattleBIt Remastered.




At number 3 we have the iconic P90. The P90 became popular in gaming with its inclusion in the original Counter-Strike at the turn of the millennium. And now, it’s even made its way into BattleBit, where it deserves a spot amongst the best SMGs in BattleBit Remastered.

Here’s what makes the gun so lethal. It has respectable damage output, crazy good controllability, pinpoint accuracy, a faster-than-average fire rate, and, the cherry on top – its iconic 50-round magazine. What’s not to love about this gun?

It does however struggle to perform at long distances, which is a big shame. Because of that, you basically have to use it in close quarters, where the Kriss Vector rules supreme.



best SMGs in BattleBit Remastered MP5

You can’t have a modern military shooter without including the fan-favorite MP5. It’s become a staple of practically every popular shooter from Call of Duty to Far Cry and everything in between. Naturally, then, it’s also present in BattleBit Remastered.

So, how does it perform in BattleBit? Well, for starters, it has decent damage output, okay-ish accuracy, and a respectable fire rate. The thing that makes it exceptional however is its controllability. It’s practically laser-accurate, which is why it deserves a spot amongst the best SMGs in BattleBit Remastered.




By all accounts, the PP2000 is a weird-looking gun. Don’t let that dissuade you, however, as it’s exceptionally lethal for its size. One of the greatest benefits of the PP2000 is that you can unlock it relatively early on in the game, which is just great, as you don’t have to grind a lot to get your hands on one of the best SMGs in BattleBit Remastered.

The PP2000 has a relatively low damage output compared to its brethren, however, it shares the same controllability as the MP5. That fact alone makes the PP2000 a dream to fire, especially if you’re an accurate shot. It does however suffer from poor accuracy, which is its other downside.


Honey Badger

Honey Badger

The Honey Badger is a decent all-around gun. Still, a lot of players avoid it because of one of its qualities. That quality is its horrendous first-shot kick. To say that this thing kicks like a horse would be an understatement. But if you manage to tame it, then it becomes a really good gun.

It has respectable damage output for its size, a great fire rate, and decent bullet velocity for an SMG. However, as was just stated – it kicks like a horse when fired! That quirk is something that takes some time to get used to.


As Val

As Val

Here we have the iconic As Val. As mediocre as mediocre gets. If you expected it to be one of the best SMGs in BattleBit Remastered, then I’m sorry to disappoint you, it just isn’t.

Its stats and performance are comparable to the aforementioned Honey Badger. The only advantage the As Val has over the Honey Badger is that it has a faster reload than the Honey Badger. But there’s another reason why it deserves a lower spot than the Honey Badger.

You get the Honey Badger on Rank 35. To unlock the As Val, you have to have reached Rank 105, which makes no sense. The faster reload speed is definitely not worth having to grind through 70 ranks just to get it.



best SMGs in BattleBit Remastered ScorpionEvo

Don’t get me wrong, the ScorpionEVO is definitely one of the best SMGs in BattleBit Remastered. However, its biggest flaw is that it unlocks on Rank 150, which is just insane!

The gun itself deals great damage, has an insane fire rate, and is fairly accurate and controllable. However, by the time you reach Rank 150, you’d have effectively unlocked all of the attachments for the Vector. At that point, it’d be hard to justify replacing it with the Scorpion.




The PP19 is an unimpressive gun all things considered. The only criterion that the PP19 is good in is its great controllability, in every other criterion, it’s just inferior to the other options that are available. The only reason it isn’t any lower on this list is because of its controllability.




The MP7 is not that bad, considering the fact that it’s the starter submachine gun. However, compared to some of the latter submachine guns, it simply underperforms in most regards. It’s a great platform to learn how to play submachine guns, but nothing more.




I love the UMP-45, it’s actually one of my favorite submachine guns in real life. It’s so heartbreaking then that it’s utter trash in BattleBit Remastered. It has no redeeming qualities to speak of, as it underperforms in almost every regard. Just stay away from this gun.

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By Hristijan Pavlovski Content Writer
Bachelor of Philosophy and Content Writer. In my free time, I also write fantasy short stories and the odd philosophy book here and there. I’m also an avid fan of strategy games and RPGs.
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