Battlefield 1 Scout Class Guide – Weapons, Gadgets, Tips and Strategies

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Battlefield 1 Scout Class

Battlefield 1 Scout Class Guide to help you provide your team with recon and help them push towards objective.

When playing Scout Class in Battlefield 1, you need to mark enemies from a distance and provide long-range support without revealing your position. The gadgets at your disposal are centered around to support this style of playstyle.

For more help on Battlefield 1, read out our Support Class Guide, Assault Class Guide, and Medic Class Guide.

Battlefield 1 Scout Class Guide

Contrary to popular belief, in addition to racking up kills from a distance, you should also try to control objectives and help your teammates push towards objectives.

Our Battlefield 1 Scout Class Guide details everything you need to know about playing as Scout Class in Battlefield 1.

Weapons and Gadgets

Below you will find a complete list of Weapons and Gadgets sported by Scout Class in BF1. Since the game is currently in Open Beta, remember that everything is subject to change.


  • SMLE MKIII Sharpshooter
  • Gewehr 98 Marksman
  • Gewehr 98 Sharpshooter
  • Gewehr M. 95 Rifleman
  • Gewehr M. 95 Sharpshooter
  • Russian 1895 Marksman
  • Russian 1895 Rifleman
  • SMLE MKIII Carbine


  • Flare Gun – Spot
  • K Bullets
  • Flare Gun – Flash
  • Spotting Scope

Battlefield 1 Scout Class Tips and Strategies

It goes without saying that your weapons and gadgets require you to stay at long-range and rack up kills from there. You should try and find a nest overlooking an objective and try to help your team out from there. One important thing to note here is that enemies are made aware of your position via a flash.

Keeping this in mind, it is generally a good idea to keep switching positions after scoring a couple of kills to keep enemies from sneaking behind you for an easy kill. In addition to this, there are some important things that you need to take into consideration i.e. bullet fall and bullet sway.

You can find plenty of YouTube tutorials to help you land your shots more accurately – especially when going for moving targets.

Lastly, you need to make sure that you switch to your side-arm when moving between targets because your primary weapon is not good at medium-to-close range. However, when using your side-arm, do not expect to win a one-on-one against a player running Assault Class or Medic Class.

This is all we have on Battlefield 1 Scout Class Guide. If there is something else you would like to add, let us know in the comments section below!

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