Loadout Mega Guide: Blutes, SpaceBux, XP, Weapons Crafting, Health And More

A complete guide for Loadout.

Posted By | On 16th, Jan. 2015 Under Article, Video Game Tips | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet


Loadout is a free to play multiplayer third-person shooter developed by Edge of Reality. We have a complete guide for you that will focus on how you can earn and farm Experience Points (XP) and Blutes faster. We have also included ways to level up faster in the game, a complete guide for weapons, best builds/loadouts, customization, crafting and tips and tricks on movement and maneuvering in Loadout.

We also take a look at SpaceBux and healing without health packs. Loadout is now available for the PlayStation 4 and PC. If you have any questions, let us know in the comments section below.

Beginners Guide For Starter Weapons:

The very first thing you would want to do is to pick up the weapon of your choice from the weaponcrafting menu. You will be able to select from Rifle, Launcher, Pulse and Beam. All four weapon types are different from each and are equally impactful. Ultimately it boils down to your playing style so choose wisely.

If you want to totally dominate the competition, then your best bet is to opt for a Launcher + Rifle combination. Rifles can be used to aim at your enemy’s feet and the launcher is amazing for close quarters combat. Secondly, you can also opt for a Launcher + Pulse combination should you have a very good aim. The pulse projectiles are daunting and are hard to dodge.

If you are one of those players who don’t jump too often then Rifle + Pulse combination might work for you. The pulse can take out any incoming rockets fired at you. A possible second combination could be Rifle + Beam. The Beam can take out rockets more effectively.

If you are a team player then we suggest two combinations for you Healing Rockets + Any Other Gun or Healing Beam + Any Other Gun. The former will give you the advantage to sprint between reloads and you can heal multiple people using splash damage. The latter will give you a good range for healing and you will most likely use it in hammer game mode. However you can only heal one target at a time.

Evasive Maneuvering And Movements Guide:

It’s always best to move around as it will make it harder for your enemies to take proper aim and shoot you down. Always keep in mind that the game allows you to dive and roll which makes sure that your hitbox is shrinked. This will make it even harder to take you down.

The best way to survive in the game is to know the map properly, its pathways and jumps. This will go a long way in helping you clear mission objectives and take way less damage.

Levelling Up Faster, Earning Blutes, SpaceBux And Experience Farming:

Here are some quick tips that will help you to level up faster in Loadout. Try to buy an experience boost. It will double the amount of experience you get per game. This is by far the fastest way to level up in the game. However this will cost you real money. The other way is to use XP Boosts and Blute Boosts as this will help you to unlock almost of half of your tech tree very quickly.

The third way is to heal others a lot. The last method that we can suggest is a bit detailed but we have broken it down for you regardless. If you are aware, the bots would always pick up the vials. If you and your party get together in one location with choke point somewhere closer to the enemy spawn area, you will have access to vials of grenades and rockets. Using this method you can get a ton of killstreaks and its use can easily be helpful in situations where a player is on a turret with heals. This way you will be protected if you are being attacked.

It basically boils down to your playstyle and making sure you land up in the first two player slots after the match ends. It must also be added that Player Level and Weapon Level are different things and they get different experience points. The XP boost that you can buy from the store won’t affect your weapons at all.

Once you reach level 10 and start leveling up from there, the game will give you 4000 blutes, and after level 20 you get 10,000 blutes. The only way to earn SpaceBux is by spending real currency. Unfortunately, there is no other way to earn SpaceBux by playing the game.

Avatars, Taunts, Blute Boosts, more Weapons Slots and Loadouts can be bought via SpaceBux. Whereas weapons, their parts, equipment and upgrades can only be bought via Blutes.

Customization, Weaponcrafting, Best Guns Build/Loadout:

You simply cannot progress in Loadout if you are not well versed with weaponcrafting. The video above explains most of the details. The game provides with you a ton of customization options such as payloads, weapon dynamics and variables, triggers, barrels, stocks and more. You can create a weapon of any type with almost unlimited customization.

Below you will find some of the best guns you can build in Loadout.

Healing Yourself Without Health Packs:

You can check the entire explanation in the video above but in short, you can heal yourself without health packs or heal grenades. You need to go over a cheap and optimized build for ‘Mediboom’ which will allow you to heal yourself.

Trophy Guide:

All of these trophies can be unlocked using the guides above.

Level 5: Reach Level 5.
Level 10: Reach Level 10.
Level 15: Reach Level 15.
Level 20: Reach Level 20.
Mass Murder: Get 50 kills against players.
Broken In: Play in matches for 10 hours.
Seasoned Vet: Play in matches for 100 hours.
This is my rifle…: Create your first gun.
Certificate of Participation: Complete a campaign mission.
Call to Action: Complete 25 campaign missions.
Intermission: Complete 50 campaign missions.
Semi-Pro: Play 50 games in the Arena.
Crate Expectations: Pick up 20 crates.

This guide will be updated once we have more information on the game.


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