BattleBit Remastered – Beginners Tips

Actually use claymores, smoke nades, bandage and help downed peeps and you’ll be a bit better.

Tips for Newbies

Smoke nades

Simple, use them to cover your approach. You can select this in the customization on Tool A. I don’t think people use grenade much in this game so just use smoke instead, they’re more usefull.

Claymore

This thing is a bit broken, just place them everywhere in the map, mostly grass or place that the enemy would walk to. And you got 4 of this, so at the start of the map just place them randomly everywhere on the map. It’s a good boost of kills.

Bandage

Fun fact, you can run while using one. Hold 3 to bandage yourself, when there’s a downed teammate and they shouted at you, drag them to safety if they aren’t by pressing f and then Hold 3 again to revive them.

Side Attachment, Magazine and Select Fire

Flashlight, laser and etc can reveal your position so either you turn them off or just dont use them at all if you’re the tacticool type of guy.

You can switch them off with T.

For select fire you can use X to switch between diffirent fire Option that’s available.

To check how many rounds you have Press X, you’ll be able to see how many rounds you got.

For Night vision you can press N to enable them and disable them, i suggest don’t use any attachment that has something to do with it.

Magazines

We’re gonna talk about magazines. Press R to reload your gun normally, this will save your mags again in the cost of time. (I think normal reload is between 3-4 seconds.)

If the mag you have is empty Hold R to dump your mags for the cost of that magazine but it saves some time. (I think dumping your mag reduce the time about 0.5 seconds.)

Night Battle

In Night Battle, Night vision become available and they’re off so you have to switch them on manually by pressing N.

If you’re using a big scope mounted on your gun, you can aim down sights more like somekind of a hipfiring (I don’t know what it’s called this aim can be helped by you adding Laser sight) Or there’s an alternatives which is using smaller scopes, like red dot, etc. (I don’t have that many kills so i can’t test them all feel free to tell me in comments.) Flares at night is also pretty usefull to blind your enemy.

Grappling Gun

Now im sure 80% of you can’t climb over after you use this. Apparently it’s caused because of the game limitation. So to do it, leave a couple of inch so you can climb to the building you grappled onto.

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