Nobody likes grinding, that is why today we’ll be taking a look at the 10 best ways to level up fast in BattleBit Remastered.
Some methods are obviously better than others, as they’re less time-consuming and offer more rewards. You should employ them as much as possible if you want to level up efficiently and in a timely manner.
Playing the Objective
This might seem like a no-brainer, but it’s the quickest and easiest way to farm experience in BattleBit. Playing the objective and capturing points offers the most experience and tends to take the least amount of time.
This method is technically a universal principle in gaming. It’s the same if you want to level up in Apex Legends, and it’s the same if you want to level up in BattleBit. Regardless of what game you’re playing, doing the objective will take you a long way.
Revive Downed Players
Reviving downed friendlies is one of the most lucrative things that you can do in BattleBit. It’s a real shame then that many players are reluctant to revive their fallen comrades. Their loss I guess.
Large firefights are especially lucrative, as they tend to produce the most bodies. This sounds morbid, that’s true. However, when you consider the fact that reviving a teammate gives you 400 XP, the morbidity of the situation quickly disappears.
Heal Teammates to Full Health
This conveniently ties into the previous point. Make it a habit to heal allies to full health once you’ve revived them. Not only will you be getting experience for each health point, but you’ll also receive a bonus on top of that once they reach full health.
It’s these little habits that will help you tremendously if you want to level up fast in BattleBit Remastered. As the old Buddhist saying goes: “Drop by drop is the water pot filled…”. The same applies here. Drop by drop and you’ll eventually reach another level.
Destroying enemy vehicles is one of the best ways to level up fast in BattleBit Remastered. Not only will you be getting an XP reward for destroying the vehicle itself, but you’ll also get a reward for any crewmen trapped inside.
You should ideally use an RPG to accomplish that goal, preferably a Tandem one. However, just about any explosive will get the job done just as easily, be it an Anti-Tank Mine or C4.
Repair Damaged Vehicles
This is one of the oldest tricks in the book. It actually originated in the Battlefield series, way back in the day. Basically, whenever you repair a damaged vehicle you get rewarded experience for your troubles.
This is particularly good if you’re running with a vehicle squad, as you’ll be the one in charge of vehicle repairs. Helicopter squads tend to take more damage over time, so it’s probably a smarter idea to employ this method with a heli squad, rather than a tank squad.
Try Different Game Modes
If you want to level up fast in BattleBit Remastered, you should try your luck with one of the other game modes. I say “other game modes” because, let’s be real, everyone just sticks to 127 vs 127, as it’s the most chaotic.
The idea behind this method is the following. The smaller game modes tend to be shorter as well. And not only that. Since there are fewer people per team, it means that you’re less likely to get clapped by a random enemy. And the longer you stay alive – the more opportunities you have to farm XP.
Go for Headshots as Much as Possible
If you’re a fan of sniper games, then this method will feel right at home for you. Scoring headshot kills grants you an experience bonus. And if the enemy is farther away, you also get a distance bonus on top of that.
Of course, the downside with this method is that you can’t always guarantee a headshot, especially at longer ranges. Don’t be pressed about making every shot a headshot. So long as you score a kill you’ll be getting experience.
And in my books, getting experience is much better than not getting experience.
Have Squadmates Spawn on You
Whenever a squadmate spawns on you you receive a flat sum of 200 experience for your troubles. Of course, being a spawn magnet is not the most predictable or lucrative of methods, however, it’s better than nothing.
To get the most out of this method, it’s preferable to join a squad that’s nearly full. Preferably an unlocked squad, as it allows players to get in and out whenever they wish.
And, this may sound silly, but make sure you join the “bad squad”. You know, the one with the players that can’t hit the board side of a barn. Those are the players that tend to die more often. I.e. they require a respawn more often, which translates into more experience for you.
Ressuply Your Teammate’s Ammunition
If you get into an intense firefight, this method might be one of the best ways to level up fast in BattleBit Remastered. Essentially, all you have to do is to put down an ammo box for your teammates.
Every time a teammate resupplies themselves from your ammo box, you’ll be rewarded experience for it. That is if your teammates survive for long enough to need a resupply.
This is the major downside to this method. Most players simply die long before they ever need a resupply.
Use Cheesy Methods
There are dozens of cheesy tricks that you can use to level up fast in BattleBit Remastered. One of the most popular ways is just an appropriation of one of the previous methods. Here’s the basic setup.
Spawn as an Engineer with a repair tool and C4, and have your buddy spawn as a Support with C4 and a heavy ammo box. Steal an APC and drive it off somewhere safe. After that, throw on a single charge of C4 onto the vehicle and trigger it from a safe distance.
After that, have your buddy enter the vehicle. Once he’s inside, start repairing the vehicle until it reaches full health. Repeat this until you run dry of C4. You can use this method with any vehicle that doesn’t die from a single charge of C4. It’s scummy… but lucrative.