The 7 Best Vehicles In BattleBit Remastered
To keep you safe in BattleBit Remastered, there are a lot of armored protection. But which ones are the best?
Things can get very crazy in BattleBit Remastered‘s war zones very quickly. Not only are all the players well-armed, but there are also a lot of cars that could cause a lot of trouble for other players if they got their hands on them.
There are 16 cars in total, and some types can only be used by certain factions. To keep things simple and because some cars have some of the same problems, we’ll only talk about the most important ones. So, let’s look at the best cars in BattleBit Remastered.
Qaud Bikes are often underrated for how useful they are. They are quick, little powered friends that can get you to the front lines quickly. Even though they don’t have any armor and are very easy for an enemy Sniper to clip. They move quickly, which makes them hard to pin down.
Quad bikes are available to both the US and Russian groups. They will show up in the main spawn pretty often because they respawn quickly. That way you never have to wait too long for wheels. Also, when strapped with a C4, they can be used as a fast-moving IED or to attack a large group of troops without warning and kill them easily.
Jet Skis, also known as PWCs, are like quad bikes for the water. They’re just as useful on land, but they also have the same problems. To begin, they move faster than RHIBs, which lets you get back to the action quickly by landing quickly on a beach or charging up rivers that aren’t being watched. It’s easy for them to hit you because they don’t have any defense.
They respawn quickly, just like the Qauds, and if you work with a bigger grou. They can be a great way to get small strike teams to places on the map that the enemy team might not be watching. Because of this, they are great at sneaky passing moves on maps with a lot of open water or rivers that go straight through the middle of the map, where most people miss them.
In this game, both sides can use Humvees, which are tough armored cars that are known for their reliability. One type is a standard form that looks like a regular Humvee. The other two are manned.50-caliber types and a cousin that has a robot turret. You can find the Humvee on almost every modern battlefield. It’s just as reliable in real life as it is in BattleBit Remastered.
The really strong armor on the vehicle keeps the crew safe, and the huge size of it makes it hard for enemy soldiers to hit the soldiers inside and get out of the way quickly enough to avoid being run over. They show up pretty often in your home bas. And they can be a great way to get teams out of a dangerous area. Not much can be said against them other than the fact that the manned turret version makes you a great target for shooters.
LAV / BTR
You can’t go wrong with either the US LAV or the Russian BTR if you want a strong troop transport that will keep your squad safe as you roll toward the front lines. With a lot of space, these infantry fighting vehicles (IFVs) can move quickly. Their air-burst cannons are also very accurate and can stop any returning fire. With just a few hits, they can turn anyone moving in for a counter-offensive into a gooey paste.
It is important to note that their guns can only fire a few rounds before they need to cool down for a short time. You don’t have to worry about taking too many hits as you roll back into cover, though. Because these IFVs can handle a lot of damage. One bad thing about them is that people sitting in their other places can only watch and not shoot back. Other than that, they’re a good asset to have.
M1 Abrams / T90
When used on the right area, Battlebit Remastered‘s tanks can completely take over. First, these boxes of rolling thunder come with two kinds of rounds: armor-piercing and high explosive. Which can be used against both vehicles and people. In case someone gets too close, they also have a big coaxial machine gun for the gunner and another MG on a rotating turret that can be manned to give the tank crew support from all sides.
Lastly, there is a seat for the captain that has a thermal scope with a camera that can zoom in very far. This can be used to call out new targets or get information on firing angles for long-range shelling. Also, they take half as much damage in the front, but two hundred percent more damage in the back. Yes, they do have a weak spot. You just have to get to it before the tank does.
Black Hawk / KA60
The big and strong whirlybirds are a great addition to any well-organized group project. They can take a large group of troops to any location on the map without much ris. And their rappel ropes make it easy to get off the plane on rooftops or any other spot the pilot feels safe with.
Plus, there are two big miniguns on each side of the plane, making it a very well-armed taxi that can drop people off in a combat zone and then stay there to help with battle. The only bad things about them are that they take a while to get good at flying and that some maps can be RPG magnets. Besides that, they’re a good car when used correctly.
Lastly, we have what is likely the best plane in Doodle Cricket. That is, if you know how to fly it and don’t crash into something right away or get hit by a lucky rocket shot from the ground. The Little Birds can be used by either side. And if the enemy team gets them wrong, they can be a real pain.
To begin, their two miniguns are incredibly precise, especially when fired from far away. They are also very fast, which makes it hard to shoot them down while they are strafing troops below who are weak. In the same way that transport helicopters can. They can also drop rappel ropes for the few troops who can also be carried. In fight, they’re very valuable, and it will often be hard to fly one without someone else getting there first.