12 Best Weapons in BattleBit: Ranked Based on Performance

If you want an advantage over your opponent, grab one of the following weapons.

Hristijan Pavlovski
Hristijan Pavlovski - Content Writer
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The following 12 weapons are currently the best weapons in BattleBit Remastered. If you want an unfair advantage against your opponents – use the following weapons.

Just keep in mind that skill trumps performance any day of the week. To truly unlock these weapons’ full potential, you have to practice… a lot! These weapons are great by themselves, but in the hands of a pro, they’re a menace. Starting off with…


Kriss Vector

best weapons in BattleBit Remastered Kriss Vector

Just saying the name “Kriss Vector” sends chills down my spine. The Kriss Vector is currently, and, has been for some time, the reigning champion in BattleBit. It most certainly deserves the top spot as the best weapons in BattleBit Remastered.

What makes the Vector so good though? Well, for starters, it has the highest fire rate in the game, respectable damage output, controllable recoil, and it’s fairly accurate. For those reasons, it is also the best SMG in BattleBit Remastered. Nothing can compare to the Vector.




Following the Vector, we have the beloved Scar-H. The way it performs is substantially different than the Vector. Nevertheless, it definitely deserves a spot among the best weapons in BattleBit Remastered. And here’s why.

Even though the Scar-H loses out to the Vector in a close-range engagement, in any other range, the Scar-H reigns supreme. It has exceptional damage for an assault rifle, a decent fire rate, insane accuracy, and impressive bullet velocity. Those are the qualities that make the Scar-H the best Assault Rifle in BattleBit Remastered.




The Groza is what you get when you combine the Scar-H with the Kriss Vector. Performance-wise, the Groza lies somewhere in the middle between the Vector and the Scar. It can do everything that the previous two can, however, it does not excel in any particular quality.

Being so universal is the reason why the Groza is one of the best weapons in BattleBit Remastered. It doesn’t particularly excel in close-quarter engagements, or at long-range engagements for that matter. However, it does a good enough job at both. In other words – the Groza will never disappoint you.




Ahh, the good old MP5. Everyone loves this gun. It’s just so iconic! The only downside to the MP5 is that you have to invest quite a lot of time Leveling Up in BattleBit before you can get your hands on it. Well worth it in the end though.

The reason the MP5 is one of the best weapons in BattleBit Remastered is that it’s practically a laser pointer. It could probably even contest the Number 1 spot, were it not for its relatively low damage per bullet. Other than that, this weapon is excellent. Amazing fire rate, super control, and pinpoint accuracy. What’s not to love?




Every conversation about the best weapons in BattleBit Remastered absolutely has to include the M200. The M200 is the best Sniper Rifle in BattleBit Remastered, and it’s an absolute joy to use. Scoring a long-range kill with this thing is one of the most satisfying feelings in the world.

What are its qualities though? Well, for starters, it has the highest damage per bullet in the entire game (excluding the RPG). It also has the highest bullet velocity in the game, as well as the highest possible accuracy in the game. This thing is the perfect tool if you want to take out an enemy two postal codes away.



best weapons in BattleBit Remastered M249

If you want to take out a single enemy, use the M200. If you want to take out its entire gene pool, use the M249. I love the M249, it’s a great all-around weapons platform. It definitely deserves a spot among the best weapons in BattleBit Remastered.

Not only does it have the highest ammunition capacity in the game, but its other stats are likewise impressive. An above than average fire rate, decent damage, okay velocity, and it’s fairly controllable when fired in bursts. The only downside to the M249 is that it performs rather poorly at long-range.




What can be said about the M4 that hasn’t been said already? It’s a tried and true weapons platform that’s good for any task at hand. You unlock the M4 as soon as you get into the game. After that, it’s just a matter of unlocking the right attachments for it.

The M4A1 is one of the best weapons in BattleBit Remastered solely based on the fact of how modular it is. That is its greatest strength and its greatest weakness. It can perform well in any situation… if you have the right attachments that is. If you don’t, tough luck.


Honey Badger

Honey Badger

The Honey Badger is practically an inferior version of the Groza. Similarly to the Groza, it can perform well at a variety of distances and situations. Unlike the Groza, it has a nasty first-shot kick that really takes some getting used to.

Other than that, it’s a decent weapon. It has alright damage per bullet, controllability, and an impressive rate of fire. However, as was said, it has a nasty first-shot kick that makes burst firing this weapon a pain.




The AUG A3 is somewhat of a halfway point between the M4 and the Scar. It has better accuracy and damage than the M4, however, it’s still not as great as the Scar-H. It is however fairly customizable.

You should ideally use the AUG A3 in mid-ranged engagements, as that’s what it was designed to do. That’s its “sweet spot” if you will. It’s mediocre in close-quarters and long-range fights. However, when mid-range engagements are concerned, it’s the best weapon in BattleBit Remastered.



best weapons in BattleBit Remastered MK14 EBR

The MK14 EBR is probably the strangest and most entertaining gun in the entire game. It’s a marksman’s rifle, which technically makes it a sniper rifle. On the other hand, it also has full-auto firing capabilities, which practically makes it an assault rifle as well.

If we compare it to the other marksman’s rifles, the MK14 has the lowest damage per bullet. If you use it as a traditional sniper rifle, you’ll encounter a lot of frustrations along the way. However, if you use it as a battle sniper, it’s the most entertaining gun in the game by far.




Other than the MP5, the P90 is probably the second most iconic submachine gun in gaming. That reputation is thanks to its excellent performance, both in-game and in real life. Now. Even though the P90 is great, it does have one major downside…

That downside is the fact that you have to reach Rank 125 to get access to it. It’s an exceptional weapon with great damage output, amazing magazine capacity, superb accuracy, and controllability. It just sucks that you have to spend so much time grinding to unlock it.




In all regards, the Famas is one of the best weapons in BattleBit Remastered. However, it has a major identity crisis that it cannot simply overcome. Stats and performance-wise, it’s identical to a submachine gun.

That circumstance is really strange, considering the fact that it has to compete with the other assault rifles. While it may not be the best assault rifle on this list, it’s far from the worst. Just keep in mind when using it that it’s closer to an SMG than an assault rifle.

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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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