Remnant 2 Best Class – Remnant 2’s release is just around the corner, and before you begin playing the game, there’s some stuff that you should probably know. This includes, for instance, the game’s best class (archetype). Now, we know that your play style determines what class you should opt for. However, we’ll be evaluating classes based on the benefits that it provides and whether you should go for them.
Keep reading this article till the end as we cover the Best Class to opt for in Remnant 2!
Remnant 2 Best Class
As soon as the game becomes available for players to be played in early access, as of right now, we do know that there’s a total of 5 classes that will be accessible; these are as follows-
Here’s our take on which one you should opt for-
The Handler is the class/archetype you should opt for, given that you’ll be getting a dog as a companion with you. This helps with dealing additional damage and providing some team buffs, making this class a decent pick if you play with friends. Your Dog companion can also revive you and your downed teammates; in some scenarios, you have two lives or more!
All five classes provide different active/passive abilities, gear, and play styles. Still, only one provides you with the luxury of having a companion.
Further, once you’ve completed a certain percentage of the game’s main storyline, you’ll be unlocking another Class or Archetype that you’ll be able to merge within your existing Class, this renders there to be a lot of possibilities, and we hope that till the time you’ve got this option, you’ve long decided which class to opt for. Here’s our take on the other classes/archetypes in the game (the best to the worst)-
A team-player! Much needed by every squad that’ll be playing the game, given the hectic fights you’ll be needed to engage in. A medic can always instantly revive teammates, which helps save time. Further, a medic can also heal your teammates while they’re fighting. It’s preferable that at least one person in your team plays the Medic!
The Damage department of the team, surely, as one of the primary abilities of the Gunslinger class, includes infinite reserve ammo when activated and what you’d normally call sleight of hands in COD games, given that the reloads are now quicker! Your team can focus on other things while you engage with and mow down enemies with this class!
There’s a clear line of difference between Gunslinger and the Hunter class: you’ll have to rely on your teammates as a Hunter in Remnant 2. Specialized in long-range combat, the Hunter can mark enemies, and if they’re successfully marked, the damage output they take in from your allies and yourself increases.
Unlike the Hunter, a Challenger in Remnant 2 will have to be placed up-front and close to them, heavily relying on melee attacks which logically puts them at a disadvantage when against bosses. But if you’re fast enough, who knows? Only time will tell how the players perceive this class to be, but till then, you’ve got options!
These are the Classes you’ve got as options that we’ve ranked according to us; we recommend that you try all of them out before settling for one, as there’s still much more to be unveiled. Choose wisely, as what class you opt for determines the kind of gameplay you’ll be involved in!
That’s everything we had on choosing the best class in Remnant 2.
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That’s all, folks!
Last Updated on July 25, 2023
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