BattleBit Remastered class tier list: All classes ranked from worst to best
Tier lists are useful tools for ranking things, such as the classes in BattleBit Remastered. BattleBit Remastered features six classes in total, all different in what equipment they have access to and what they're capable of. So, where does your favourite class fall on our BattleBit Remastered class tier list?
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BattleBit Remastered class tier list: S-Tier
Medics are by far the best class in the game. Medics are the only class in BattleBit Remastered that can self-heal and heal allies - which alone earns them a spot among the top options for classes. Also, Medics can bandage, drag, and revive teammates faster than other classes.
Medics are no slouches in combat either. Medics can equip an array of weaponry, including Assault Rifles, SMGs, PDWs, and Carbines. Medics also have access to the same primary gadget lineup as all other classes, plus they can don all sorts of different armour depending on your preferences.
All in all, Medics are a do-it-all class that consistently tops the BattleBit Remastered leaderboards.
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BattleBit Remastered class tier list: A-Tier
If you're a vehicle junkie with a knack for explosives, you will love the Engineer Class in BattleBit Remastered. The Engineer's job is to keep friendly vehicles functioning with their Repair Tool and to decimate enemy vehicles with their RPGs and Anti Vehicle Grenades.
The Engineer Class offers the widest variety of weapons in BattleBit Remastered. Engineers can use Assault Rifles, SMGs, PDWs, Carbines, and DMRs. The Engineer-exclusive RPGs are awesome against infantry too — especially troops cooped up inside windows and other advantageous positions.
The Support Class in BattleBit Remastered offers all sorts of utility, including the ability to construct walls mid-battle like you were playing Fortnite. The Support Class can build objects instantly and are the only class capable of constructing the Large Hesco wall.
While Medics are tasked with keeping allies healthy, Support players are responsible for resupplying the team's ammunition, gadgets, and throwables. With the Support-exclusive Heavy Ammo Kit and a Big Backpack, Support players can resupply thousands of bullets and over a dozen gadgets and throwables.
While their primary job is to support the squad, the Support Class can hold their own on the battlefield too. The Support Class is the only class that can wield Light Support Guns and LMGs. Paired with the Support-exclusive Exo Armor, a Support player that knows what they're doing can deal — and withstand — some serious damage.
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BattleBit Remastered class tier list: B-Tier
The Recon Class battles from afar with Sniper Rifles and DMRs. While the Recon Class does not sport any inherent abilities, it is the only class in BattleBit Remastered that can use the powerful Sniper Rifles. To assist in their duties, Recon users get access to gadgets like the Air Drone, MDX-201, and Grappling Hook.
The Recon Class is not the most team-oriented class in BattleBit Remastered, but if you have a good shot and you're skilled with Sniper Rifles, you can pick off enemies from extreme ranges and be a real nuisance while your team fights for control of objectives.
When it comes to straight-up gun fights, the Assault Class is the best in the business. By default, Assault players enjoy the following bonuses:
- 25% boost to reload speed
- 20% boost to ADS speed with close-range sights
- 25% boost to weapon swap speed
However, these bonuses are about the only positives of the Assault Class in BattleBit Remastered. Assault players are limited to Assault Rifles only, and aside from the Sledgehammer and Riot Shields, the Assault Class doesn't have access to any gadgets, throwables, or armour that other classes can't also use.
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BattleBit Remastered class tier list: C-Tier
Alone in the C-Tier of the BattleBit Remastered class tier list is the Leader Class. The Leader Class offers almost nothing unique and has no innate perks like most other classes.
Only the leader of the squad can play the Leader Class, and they are responsible for commanding the squad by pinging objectives and placing Spawn Beacons. The thing is, whoever's leading the squad can do this as any class — it's not exclusive to the Leader Class.
Perhaps the developers will biff the Leader Class in the future, but for now, it's definitely the worst class in BattleBit Remastered.
That concludes our BattleBit Remastered class tier list. The class you play in BattleBit Remastered has a major effect on gameplay, from the natural traits you get to the weapons, gadgets, and throwables you can use. To ensure you have the most success on the battlefield, use a class high on the tier list!
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