Battlefield 1 Tips to Level Up Faster

Leveling up quickly in Battlefield 1 isn’t required but it does have its perks. If you decide you want to make the push for level 100 there are some strategies to use.

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The wait over and Battlefield 1 is now available for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC in countries around the world. Hundreds of thousands of players are filling EA DICE’s servers and taking to the iconic battlegrounds of World War I.

While there are some tweaks, Battlefield 1 works a lot like its other massive multiplayer games. You choose a side, pick a character load out, and deploy to map.

And while you’ll start out with a small arsenal of weapons and gear, you’ll start to unlock new equipment and more as you level up your character and your character’s various classes.

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The Battlefield 1 level cap is currently 100 and it’s going to take most of you a long time to get to that level. Ranking up in Battlefield games can be a slow and arduous process. That said, there are ways to gain XP and rank up your character and classes at a fast pace.

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Some of these tips are very basic, others are a little more involved. All of them should help you move up the Battlefield 1 ranks and the leaderboards on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, or Windows PC.

Use a Headset & Communicate

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Use a Headset & Communicate

While it's sometimes nice to go rogue, Battlefield 1 is a team-based game and you'll be rewarded when you play as a team. Communication and teamwork is extremely vital in this game.

Teaming up with friends, or random people you meet in the game, greatly increases your chances of earning XP and winning matches.

If you link up with a group and put together an excellent Squad, you'll have a better chance against your enemies and you'll also have a much easier time capturing objectives. In a mode like Conquest, teamwork and communication will help you capture and defend difficult spots on the map.

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If you have a headset/mic, use it. It'll allow you to communicate with your Squad and it will also help you listen for footsteps and gunfire and get the drop on your enemies.

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