Let’s take a look at the best Sniper Rifles in BattleBit Remastered. Currently, there are only 10 such weapons in the game; that is if we also include the Marksman Rifles into the bunch.
That being said, not every sniper rifle is created equal. The same applies to BattleBit’s sniper rifles as well, as some are blatantly better than others. So let’s take a look at which rifles can be considered the best sniper rifles in BattleBit Remastered, shall we?
When it comes to sniper rifles, there is simply no better option than the M200. And frankly, it’s the best sniper rifle in BattleBit Remastered. Not only does it have insanely high damage, but it also has the best velocity in the game, which is important if you want to secure kills.
Call of Duty fans, particularly, Modern Warfare 2 fans, will recognize this weapon instantly, as it was the weapon that started the quick scoping trend way back in the day. It was quite literally present in every MLG montage, back when gaming montages were considered cool.
One of the major downsides of the M200 is the fact that it has no control, i.e. it produces a lot of sway when aiming down sight. The Rem700 has no such issue, and that is why it deserves to be counted among the best sniper rifles in BattleBit Remastered.
It has some of the highest damage, only trailing behind the aforementioned M200. On top of that, it also has a relatively high velocity to boot. All in all, it’s a solid weapons platform that you should definitely take out the next time you’re playing as a Recon.
From one Remmington to another. The MSR is one of Remmington’s latest sniper rifle platforms, and, it has handily founds its way into BattleBit Remastered as well. And just like its predecessor, it’s a damn good sniper rifle!
The only downside to the MSR is the fact that it’s unlocked at Rank 130, which takes a while to reach. Conveniently, we recently discussed the 10 best ways to level up in BattleBit. So if you want to get your hands on the MSR sooner, rather than later, you should definitely employ some of the tactics we discussed.
The MK14 EBR isn’t a sniper rifle in the traditional sense. Its designation is a “Marksman’s Rifle”, whatever that means. Regardless, it definitely deserves to be counted among the best sniper rifles in BattleBit Remastered, all because of a single feature that it has.
That feature is the fully automatic fire mode. It’s the only marksman’s rifle that gets it and it makes the gun super fun to play with. Plus, it makes playing the Recon as a battle sniper viable, which is something that every BattleBit player should try out at least once.
The SVD is a staple of the Battlefield series. And, considering the fact that BattleBit is inspired by the Battlefield series; the charming SVD has also made its way into BattleBit. Something that is greatly appreciated by the fanbase, as you simply cannot have a modern military shooter without the SVD.
Of course, it pales in comparison to the Mk14, however, it does have a few advantages over it. Its main advantage is its pinpoint accuracy. The MK14 is known for having a notorious kick when fired, the SVD has no such problems, as it’s practically laser-accurate.
The L96 is gaming’s most iconic sniper rifle. It’s present everywhere, from Counter-Strike to Modern Warfare 3, and now, it’s even made its way into BattleBit. It’s a great weapon for sure, however, compared to some of the previous entries on this list, it really can’t be considered one of the best sniper rifles in BattleBit Remastered. Here’s why.
It’s accurate, it has good damage, and it has a respectable velocity, however, it doesn’t excel at any one of those particular categories. It’s reliable, that’s for sure. However, it’s far from the best tool for the job, as there are simply better options present.
The MK20 is a good weapon, some might even call it a decent weapon. However, it’s undeniable that it’s an exceedingly mediocre weapon compared to the previous entries on this list. The only positive thing that can be said about the MK20 is that it has an above-average magazine capacity, at least when marksman’s rifles are concerned.
Let’s not be too harsh on the MK20 tough, as it is the first Marksman’s Weapon that you unlock in BattleBit. So, in that regard, it’s quite a decent beginner-friendly weapon. However, after you’ve tasted the MK14, you simply don’t want to go back to the MK20.
What can be said about the SV-98? I think the most accurate description would be to call this weapon a “trial L96”. It’s not a bad weapon per se, it’s just isn’t that good compared to the latter bolt action rifles.
The only thing that’s good about the SV-98 is the fact that it’s a good platform to practice sniping with. Because of its relatively low damage and mediocre velocity, you’re practically forced into going solely for headshots. And there’s nothing quite as satisfying as scoring a headshot kill.
The M110 is considered one of the best marksman’s rifles in the world today. Sadly, that is not a quality that the M110 in BattleBit shares with its real-world counterpart. To add insult to injury, it’s also the worst marksman’s rifle in the game.
Compared to its brethren it has low damage, mediocre accuracy, a poor rate of fire, and pitiful magazine capacity. All in all, you should stay away from this weapon. Or better yet, use the MK20 until you unlock the M14, then forget about the M110 completely.
The SSG 69 has a nice name… Now if only its capabilities were just as nice, but alas, they are not. It’s an undeniable fact that the SSG 69 is the worst sniper rifle in the game. Frankly, it shouldn’t even be on the same list as the best sniper rifles in BattleBit Remastered.
It has a pitifully meager damage output, subpar bullet velocity, and nearly no armor-penetrating capabilities to speak of. The only good thing that it has going for itself is the fact that it can hold 10 rounds in its magazine. Which you’ll definitely need if you want to score even a kill. For your own mental sanity, just use the MK20 until you unlock the SV-98.