Best Gadgets In BattleBit Remastered

You only have to play a few, large-scale matches of Battlebit Remastered to realize that this fantastic shooter presents highly dynamic, ever-changing environments. The tides of battle can change in an instant, and part of that is enabled by a variety of powerful gadgets that every player has access to.

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Maybe you’re here looking for new, creative ways to have fun. Perhaps you want to annoy your enemies. Maybe you want to learn about and use gadgets that’ll help your team overcome difficult situations. Whatever the case may be, this list will help you figure the best gadgets to equip for all of your loadouts.

9 Air Drone

An aerial view from an air drone in Battlebit Remastered.

The Air Drone is a Recon gadget that has gained a certain level of infamy within the Battlebit community due to its versatility. In one sense, this gadget is valuable from a strategic standpoint, offering a birds-eye view of the battlefield to get an idea of what the enemy is doing and planning.

What particularly creative players are using this gadget for, however, is its unassuming lethality, tossing C4 or antipersonnel mines on top of it and flying it into enemies. While players are becoming more and more aware of this tactic, they won’t be able to shoot you down 100 percent of the time.

8 Grappling Hook

A player fires a grappling hook towards the top of a brick building in Battlebit Remastered.

The Grappling Hook is a dynamic, multi-use gadget that the Leader, Recon, and Assault classes have access to. While its function is pretty self-explanatory, don’t limit yourself; this gadget can be used to climb basically anything it will let you attach a hook to.

Whether it’s a tree, the wall of a building, a cliff side, or something else, you can use the Grappling Hook to find unique or unexpected angles to snipe from, or enable your teammates to gain access to an advantageous high ground.

7 M320 Smoke Grenade Launcher

An active battlefield with smoke and a sunset seen in the distance.

The Assault and Medic classes have access to the M320 Smoke Grenade Launcher as their primary gadget. While the concept is the same as regular smoke grenades, this launcher lets you deploy smoke screens faster and at farther distances.

While not every situation is the same, it is best to think of this gadget as an offensive tool, shooting smoke grenades on top of or just in front of your enemies, so that only they are blinded while you and your teammates start to move up.

6 Medic Kit

A player uses a medic kit on a teammate in Battlebit Remastered.

The Medic Kit is only accessible by, as the name suggests, the Medic class. When selected, you’ll be able to heal both yourself and your teammates up to full health, given enough time. The best part? The healing you get is infinite; it never runs out.

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Additionally, you don’t technically have to make yourself vulnerable by having this kit out half the time; you can throw it on the ground and let teammates heal themselves. Just keep in mind that healing is slower if you throw the kit on the ground.

5 C4

A player deviously attaches C4 to an air drone in Battlebit Remastered.

C4 is a primary gadget usable by every class in the game. This gadget is remarkably dynamic, allowing you to directly engage groups of enemies, blow holes in buildings and walls, destroy sandbags and other types of cover, and blow up enemy vehicles.

If you’re sneaky enough, you only need four C4 total to destroy an enemy tank at full health. Otherwise, you can throw C4 around a corner to blow up groups of enemies without endangering yourself too much, or attach satchels to an Air Drone.

4 RPGs And Their Variants

A player firing an RPG rocket at a burning vehicle in Battlebit Remastered.

The RPG, and the many variants it comes in, is only usable by the Engineer class. Whether you want a scope or iron sights, and you’re targeting vehicles or enemy infantry, you can switch between each variant every time you respawn.

This versatility makes the RPG a must for any map, allowing you to adapt to and overcome almost any situation. Also, while it can be harder to aim due to projectile drop, the Tandem variant of the RPG is incredibly strong against vehicles, making it perfect for enemy tanks and Blackhawk helicopters.

A player uses their repair tool inside of a helicopter in Battlebit Remastered.

If you or your teammates are looking to keep a vehicle, like a tank or an LMV in the fight for longer before having to return to base, the Engineer’s repair tool is a must. Ultimately, this gadget offers two useful functions; point farming, and effectively giving vehicles larger health pools.

As you repair, you’ll increase your score. It’s not going to be as good as, say, a medic kit in terms of point farming, but at the very least your teammates will appreciate you, and your enemies will have a harder time dealing with the vehicle you’re repairing.

2 Heavy Ammo Kit

A player tossing a heavy ammo kit towards a group of teammates in Battlebit Remastered.

While the Assault class has access to small ammo kits, the Support class can deploy up to three Heavy Ammo Kits per life. You and your teammates can replenish up to 1,000 rounds of ammo and a decent amount of consumables per heavy kit.

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If you’re being a helpful fellow, you’ll get points every time a teammate grabs ammo from a kit you threw on the ground. If you want to use them for yourself, you can throw them down near a choke point and spam grenades or RPG rounds.

1 Sledgehammer

A player knocking out sections of a wall with a sledgehammer in Battlebit Remastered.

The Sledgehammer is a secondary gadget usable by the Leader, Assault, and Recon classes. If you’re tired of running around multi-story buildings and want a quick way out, or you’re looking to surprise entrenched enemies with a flank, the Sledgehammer is a great tool for that.

While C4 and other gadgets can achieve the same effect, the Sledgehammer has infinite uses, allowing you to quickly punch holes in walls, and destroy enemy emplacements. Heck, you can even hit your enemies with it if you’re bold or desperate enough.

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