Monday, February 26, 2024

BitLife: How To Purchase And Use Weapons


In BitLife, weapons can add a unique twist to your character’s life. Whether for self-defense or other in-game scenarios, understanding how to acquire and use these items is crucial. In this guide, let’s go through everything you need to know on how to buy and use weapons in BitLife.

Purchasing And Using Weapons In BitLife

To purchase weapons in BitLife, you need the Black Market expansion pack. This expansion can be bought through the BitLife marketplace for real money. Once you have the Black Market expansion, you can access the Arms Dealer through the Black Market menu under Activities.

In the Arms Dealer section, you can browse through a catalog of weapons. Choose a weapon that fits your budget and purchase it. The purchased weapons will be available in the belongings section under the Assets tab.

Using a weapon in BitLife is different from purchasing one. Unlike other features, there is no specific button to use your weapons at will. The information available suggests that the only way to use weapons is against your dealer while purchasing an item. However, this might not fully capture the range of options available for using weapons in the game.

List Of All Black Market Weapons

BitLife’s Black Market expansion brings a plethora of weapons for players to acquire. This list features the wide array of arms available to characters in the game, each with its own unique flair and potential in-game use.

Melee Weapons

  • Gold Handaxe: A luxurious variant of a classic tool turned weapon.
  • Guillotine: A notorious device, more historical than practical.
  • Halberd: A traditional pole weapon combining an axe with a spear.
  • Harpoon Gun: A ranged weapon typically used for fishing but can be repurposed.
  • Holy Grenade: An explosive with a divine twist.
  • Javelin: A light spear designed primarily for throwing.
  • Joyeuse: The name of Charlemagne’s personal sword, now available for your character.
  • Lance: A long weapon for thrusting, often used by mounted warriors.
  • Light Saber: A weapon from a far-off galaxy, humming with energy.
  • Longbow: A tall bow capable of long-range shots.
  • Mahogany Club: A sturdy, wooden bludgeoning weapon.
  • Silver Mace: A club-like weapon made from precious metal.
  • Slingshot: A simple Y-shaped weapon for shooting small projectiles.
  • Stiletto: A knife or dagger with a long slender blade and needle-like point.
  • Sword of Goujian: An ancient sword renowned for its sharpness and resistance to tarnish.
  • Sword of Mercy: A ceremonial sword, part of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom.
  • Tizona: The sword of El Cid, Spain’s national hero.
  • Tomahawk: A type of single-handed axe native to the many Indigenous peoples and nations of North America.
  • Trebuchet: A powerful siege engine that uses a swinging arm to throw a projectile.
  • Urumi: A sword with a flexible, whip-like blade.

Ranged Weapons

  • Masamune Katana: A legendary Japanese sword named after the famous blacksmith.
  • Meteor Hammer: An ancient Chinese weapon consisting of two weights connected by a rope or chain.
  • Mons Meg: A medieval bombard, one of the largest cannons by caliber in its time.
  • Morning Star: A spiked ball on a chain, typically affixed to a handle.
  • Musket: An early firearm, often used by infantry.
  • Nunchuks: A traditional Okinawan martial arts weapon consisting of two sticks connected by a short chain or rope.
  • Obsidian Dagger: A sharp blade fashioned from volcanic glass.
  • Scimitar: A backsword or sabre with a curved blade.
  • Scythe: An agricultural hand tool for mowing grass or reaping crops, sometimes repurposed for combat.
  • Shuriken: A concealed weapon that was used for throwing, and sometimes stabbing or slashing.
  • Bayonet: A blade that can be attached to the muzzle of a rifle.
  • Blowgun: A simple weapon consisting of a small tube for firing light projectiles or darts.
  • Blunderbuss: An early firearm with a short, large caliber barrel, flared at the muzzle.
  • Boomerang: A thrown tool, typically constructed as a flat aerofoil, that is designed to spin about an axis perpendicular to the direction of its flight.
  • Bowie Knife: A pattern of fixed-blade fighting knife.
  • Brass Knuckles: A weapon used in hand-to-hand combat.
  • Broadsword: A sword with a broad cutting blade and typically with a basket-shaped guard.
  • Cannon: A large, heavy piece of artillery formerly used in warfare.
  • Chainsaw: A portable, mechanical saw powered by a motor.
  • Crossbow: A type of ranged weapon based on the bow and consisting of a horizontal bow-like assembly mounted on a frame.

Want more of BitLife? Here’s a guide on The Last Resort Challenge.

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