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How to use squad points in BattleBit: Remastered

Bless your team with care packages.

Going in guns blazing in BattleBit: Remastered can work for you, or against. Playing chaotically usually makes your team’s strategy unpredictable and can hurt the overall score. On the other hand, if your squad creates and executes a solid plan, things could your way. Running with a strategy makes the learning curve of BattleBit: Remastered much flatter. The good thing about the low-res shooter is that if you coordinate with your teammates, the whole squad gets something out of it. This is called squad points which can give you and your team an advantage over enemies. If you want to know how to use squad points in BattleBit: Remastered and improve your game, this guide could come in handy.

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BattleBit: Remastered: How to use squad points

To use the points, you don’t have to be the team leader. So if everyone can use squad points, this encourages all members of the team to work and communicate better.

Using the accumulated squad points can be a little confusing. I’ve been playing for around 14 hours and discovered this mechanic recently. Once I began using squad points consistently, it made BattleBit: Remastered somewhat easier to play.

Activating your squad points can be done in the match, and you don’t have to be in the map screen in order to do so.

First, navigate to the bottom left-hand side of the screen. You’ll see how many squad points you have and what is available at the moment. Press and hold the center mouse button or wheel, and a menu will appear.

You’ll have a few options to pick from like a supply crate, which may have better weapons, or more bandages to heal. Once you select an option, the menu will close and you’ll automatically get what you have bought.

How to earn squad points

This mechanic emphasizes working with your team. If someone on your team selects a target to attack and you follow their orders, you’ll earn squad points for the whole team. As long as you’re listening to one another and completing each task given, you may never run out of squad points. You can also get squad points for other actions such as healing other players, killing an enemy, and much more.

A good tip is that everyone can use the team squad points, so you don’t need to play overly aggressive. Others can bank points for you and the rest of the team, so you can use and earn squad points quickly.


BattleBit: Remastered is in early access now via Steam.


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