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 a higher level there are some strategies to use.

Its been several months since the release of Battlefield 1 for Xbox One, PS4 and Windows PC. And if you picked up a copy of Battlefield 1 you’ve been accumulating experience points that go toward your character’s main rank and your character’s class ranks.

The Battlefield 1 level cap is currently 100 though it will climb a few spots once the company releases its highly anticipated They Shall Not Pass DLC in March.

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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Today we want to offer some tips to help you rank up your character’s main rank and your classes in Battlefield 1.

Some of these tips are extremely basic. They’re aimed at newcomers to the Battlefield series. Others are a little more involved and should help Battlefield 1 veterans gain a bit of an edge.

All of of these Battlefield 1 tips should help you move up the Battlefield 1 ranks and the leaderboards on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, or Windows PC.

Use a Headset & Communicate

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. You'll also have a much easier time capturing objectives.

In game modes like Operations and Conquest, teamwork and communication will help you capture and defend difficult spots on the map.

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.

3 Comments

  1. Call of Dooky

    10/31/2016 at 1:02 am

    These are all common sense :(

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  2. BIGHEAD

    11/04/2016 at 6:06 pm

    You should add to your list-
    “Don’t camp.”
    Controlling objectives, helping teammates and killing opponents (and dying because medics get points for healing you and therefore your squad gets points for heals) is more valuable than waiting for 3-6 guys too roll in unexpectedly.

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  3. BIGHEAD

    11/04/2016 at 6:08 pm

    Unless you Snipe!

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