Battle Pass

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The Battle Pass system in SMITE was first introduced on February 11, 2019.

The Battle Passes allows players to unlock Skins, Chests, and other rewards just by playing the game. Completing matches will grant Battle Points (or BP) with levels up the Battle Pass. A reward is unlocked at every level up. Most rewards require the player to purchase the battle pass. Any premium rewards earned up to that point are instantly unlocked upon purchase. Completing a Battle Pass will unlock the Prestige Track which gives access to 60 more levels with additional rewards. A new battle pass will release every 8 weeks, replacing the list of rewards and reseting all progress to 0.

More information can be found here: Smite Battle Pass.

Battle Pass Tracks[edit | edit source]

There are 3 Battle Pass tracks: Free, Premium and Prestige.

The free and premium tracks share the same progress bar, however the premium rewards won't be earned until the premium pass is obtained. Unlocking it costs 600 Gems.png Gems and also comes with a 50% Bonus to earned BP. Players also have the option to pay 1200 Gems.png and start at Level 20, instantly unlocking the rewards for those levels.

After the Battle Pass Free/Premium track is completed, players will be able to begin the Prestige track. All players can make progress on the Prestige track even if they haven't unlocked the premium track.

Battle Points[edit | edit source]

There are several ways to earn Battle Points:

  • Playing any matches that rewards Experience.
  • Completing Battle Pass Quests. Each quest will award 500 BP.

Additionally, players can exchange 50 Gems.png for a 500 BP. You can only directly buy to a level.

2019 Battle Passes[edit | edit source]

This is a list of all the battle passes that have been released so far:

Too Hot For You! Darkness Falls Neo Olympia Sweet Victory Pirate Queens
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