Base Battles Codes – New Codes, January 3!

Base Battles Codes – New Codes, January 3!

Aren’t the best things in life free? Well, why not introduce that sweetness to your favourite mobile game, by grabbing one of the Base Battles codes below. These alphanumeric combinations shower you with a wide variety of free stuff in-game, allowing you to progress just that little bit faster without spending a dime. The best part? We regularly scour the internet for new codes, so if you bookmark this page and check back frequently, you’ll never miss out.

Base Battles is a massive team fighting game that gives you the chance to take part in a firefight on an epic scale. With two teams of 20 players, you’ll collect tokens after eliminations in order to wear down the enemy. Use military vehicles to race to the objectives and complete them, all while standing shoulder-to-shoulder with your mates! Base Battles is the perfect game for any friendship group, but especially those that are often broken apart in smaller Roblox games.

You can learn more about it by visiting the game’s official Roblox group. If you’re looking for more freebies, check out our Chocolate Factory Tycoon codes guide, Project Menacing codes guide, and our Skateman Simulator codes guide.

Base Battles Codes

Last checked for new codes on January 3.

Active Codes
  • DESTROYER (New!)
  • 250K (New!)
  • Rainster (New!)
Expired Codes
  • 200K
  • 150KLIKES
  • 100KLIKES
  • Arctic
  • BETA
Base Battles Codes FAQ

Now, we’ll answer a bunch of questions you might have about Base Battles or codes in general.

What Are Codes?

Codes are how developers and publishers distribute free gifts to their communities. They usually take the form of a combination of numbers and letters that you redeem in-game to get free stuff.

These freebies can take many forms, from in-game currency, to skins, to boosts. They often drop around major events, like launches or updates, and stick around for a little while before expiring.

How Do I Redeem Base Battles Codes?

Redeeming codes is very simple in Base Battles. Just follow these steps to get your freebies:

  • Launch Roblox
  • Boot up Base Battles
  • Select the Twitter icon found at the bottom right of the screen to open the code redemption window
  • Make sure you’re following the developers on Twitter
  • Verify you’re following the developers by entering your Twitter username in the second box
  • After these important steps, copy a code from the above and paste it into the field at the top of the code redemption window
  • Redeem your freebies
Why Is My Code Not Working?

There are a number of reasons why your code doesn’t work when you try and redeem it, but these are the four most likely:

  1. The code has expired
  2. You’ve already redeemed it
  3. You’ve not verified your Twitter username
  4. You’ve not followed the developers on Twitter

The vast majority of codes that developers dish out have an expiration date, and they don’t often reveal when this is. We do our best to maintain this list with only new codes by checking them regularly, but occasionally we don’t spot that a code has expired.

It’s worth paying close attention to which codes you’ve redeemed as well, as you can only redeem them once per account in most cases.

Where Can I Get More Codes?

We keep this article updated as often as new codes are introduced, so we recommend bookmarking this page and checking back frequently. That way, you’ll never miss out on free stuff.

If you’re determined to go it your own way, you can follow the game’s official Twitter page to occasionally get codes directly from the developer.

What Is Base Battles?

Base Battles is a game that pits two teams of twenty players against each other in an epic battle. You’ll have to defend your base, attack the enemy’s base, complete the objectives, and eliminate the opposition in a firefight on a massive scale! This game is perfect for big friendship groups, or if you’re looking to take part in a bigger fight.

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