Battlefield 1 Crafting and Battlepacks Guide – Earn Scraps, How to Get Legendary Weapon Skins

By   /   Oct 19, 2016
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Battlefield 1 Crafting and Battlepacks Guide to help you understand everything there is to know about battlepacks and crafting.

In Battlefield 1, EA and DICE have introduced some changes to how battlepacks work in the game. Battlepacks in the game can be acquired after the completion of a multiplayer match or purchased using in-game currency.

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Battlefield 1 Crafting and Battlepacks Guide

In our Battlefield 1 Crafting and Battlepacks Guide, we have detailed everything you need to know about both of these things.

Battlefield 1 Battlepacks

There is no longer bronze, silver, or gold battlepacks in the game. After the completion of a multiplayer match, players are randomly rewarded with a Standard Battlepack. After acquiring a Standard Battlepack, you can open it up to get:

  • A Random Weapon Skin
  • An XP Booster or a Melee Weapon Puzzle Piece

As the name suggests, an XP Booster allows you to earn bonus XP for a short duration of time. Melee Weapon Puzzle Piece, on the other hand, is one of the pieces of a cosmetic melee weapon that you can complete and equip.

Coming to Weapons Skins, these are categorized into three – special, distinguished, and legendary.

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Battlefield 1 Crafting

Before we begin, it is important to understand that there is no traditional crafting system in the game, but you can break down Weapon Skins and other useless items in order to earn Scrap. Scrap is the game’s currency which is needed to buy advanced versions of the game’s Battlepacks.

As mentioned earlier, you only receive Standard Battlepacks from the multiplayer matches. There are, however, two more Battlepacks known as Enhanced Battlepacks and Superior Battlepacks.

Both Enhanced Battlepack and Superior Battlepack have more chances of delivering distinguished/legendary weapon skins. So yes, if you are looking to get your hands on distinguished/legendary weapon skins, you need to get rid of useless items in your inventory, break them down into scrap, and get the Battlepacks.

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