Best loadouts in BattleBit Remastered: New players, Assault Rifle, SMG & Sniper
With so many weapons and attachments to pair with them in BattleBit Remastered, you'll want to check out the best loadouts for new players, and the various gun types like Assault Rifles, SMGs, and Snipers.
BattleBit Remastered has an in-depth customisation system you can take part in before every game. Start by selecting your class to get gadgets, and then pick your armour and weapons to craft a unique set-up to dive into the game with.
If you need some help building the ideal loadouts for each of the major weapon types, we've got you covered with our breakdown of the best loadouts in BattleBit Remastered.
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Best new player loadout in BattleBit Remastered
If you're a new player, you understandably won't know the game's meta and which beginner weapons are considered the best.
Luckily, there are still a few powerful weapons that you'll be able to use to take down even the best players. Here is the best new player loadout in BattleBit Remastered.
Attachments: Red Dot, Flash Hider, and B-25 URK
With the game's SMG meta, the MP7 is one of the best starting weapons by far. It can quickly be improved with the attachments above too, making it a killing machine in any close-quarter engagement.
It's up to you whether you want to focus on mobility or protection when it comes to armour, but we generally suggest using more durable armour, as highlighted in our list of beginner tips.
Best Assault Rifle loadout in BattleBit Remastered
The best Assault Rifle loadout in BattleBit Remastered simply has to include the AK47. It's unlocked at level 15, so you may want to farm XP to get it quicker and begin making use of its strengths.
Attachments: Long Barrel, Vertical Grip, and ACOG
The AK47 has some of the best recoil of the ARs and hits hard at a distance, making it perfect for the game's large maps. With the Long Barrel and Vertical Grip, you can improve the damage and recoil even further, making it a laser beam at a distance.
The sight will typically depend on the map and what engagements you expect to encounter, but the ACOG is good medium ground for use at long distances and closer ranges.
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Best SMG loadout in BattleBit Remastered
In the game's SMG meta, you'll want something that hits hard and hits very quickly to ensure you win your CGC engagements. We have just the perfect weapon for our best SMG loadout in BattleBit Remastered.
Weapon: KRISS VECTOR
Attachments: Red Dot, B-25 URK, SON-66 762, and Drum-A
With the KRISS VECTOR taking one of the top spots in our gun tier list, it's an easy choice for an SMG loadout.
Firstly, the Drum-A is a great way to increase the amount of rounds (especially considering you'll quickly burn through them), but it will make longer bursts a little less manageable. You can help counter this with the SON-6 762, which improves accuracy, along with the bullet speed.
Finally, the B-25 URK will help reduce the reload time, while the Red Dot is a class sight to help with your aim during fights.
Best Sniper loadout in BattleBit Remastered
For the best Sniper loadout in BattleBit Remastered, you'll need to hit level 100 and unlock the M200. Despite how long this takes, it's well worth it for the Recon mains.
Attachments: 8x Scope, Long Barrel, and Rangefinder
The 8x Scope is the perfect medium ground for Sniper scopes, with it providing lots of benefits in terms of coverage, less sway, and no scope glint, with a small tradeoff of less magnification. Plus, with the experience of getting to level 100, you should know how to hit those long shots.
The Long Barrel and Rangefinder will make getting long-range kills easier, providing more range, damage, and a guide for finding the perfect shot angle. This combo of weapons and attachments will have you one-shotting nearly every player.
That's our breakdown of the best loadouts in BattleBit remastered, and now you know what loadouts new players should create, along with the best for Assault Rifle, SMG, and Sniper types. As the meta shifts and other weapon types increase in use, we will make sure to update this with new loadouts.
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