BattleBit: How to Use Canted Sight

Having two types of scopes on your gun will prepare you for any combat scenario.

A canted or secondary sight is a scope that you can add to certain guns in the new low-poly FPS, BattleBit Remastered. If you like to engage enemies at range and close up, it can come in handy as you can switch back and forth between sights to take down enemies. If you’ve equipped a canted sight but do not know how to use it, this guide will walk you through things. 

How to Use Canted Sight in BattleBit Remastered

To use your canted sight in BattleBit, right-click to ADS, then scroll down on the mouse wheel. Scrolling the mouse wheel up will switch to your Top Sight. Using the canted sight is a useful mechanic that you can use to engage enemies in close-quarters or long-range combat. 

Yep, it’s really that simple. To switch back to your Main Sight, simply scroll the mouse wheel up or down again. 

When Should I Use My Canted Sight?

Your preferred canted sight will depend on how you like to play. However, we suggest you use a medium or long-range scope for your Main Sight and then equip a Red Dot for your canted sight. Depending on the scenario, this will enable you to toggle between long and close ranges.

The Red Dot and other close-range scopes will significantly reduce your recoil, especially when shooting your gun in full-auto mode. Now that you know how to quickly switch to your canted sight in BattleBit Remastered, you can better handle different scenarios in the game. 

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