People been asking for how to level up quickly and without the need to power lvl and I figured I should make a guide to help you all. This is used without the use of a EXP boost.
Gameplays to ignore: Elimination and OMA
Second highest gameplay to give good EXP, even if you didn't kill someone or die sometimes, you'll still get at least get 100 EXP.
Let say you need 10,000 EXP to level up and you're getting around 200 or more per game. 50 games is needed to reach this goal, each games are quick in Elim. Pro which each match lasting around 2-5 minutes, so a total of 15-20 min. each games. This is a fast way to get good EXP!
Bombing Run is Elim. Pro and fighting for a single fucking bomb and planting it on SnD. The EXP you get is like in Elm. Pro but you only get extra for planting it and it blowing up or defusing it.
Is known to be a powerhouse of EXP, problem that most people don't know that CTF is low to give out EXP. You'll get the EXP of someone killing on normal Elimination and that isn't a lot depending on what you do. You HAVE to capture or retake your flag to gain good amount of EXP in CTF.
Quarantine (Zombie Mode):
Third highest one to give you good amount of EXP, the game play is rather long and the only acutal way to get high amount of EXP is to win as humans. You get a huge EXP/GP boost if you kill a zombie and Nexon made the gameplay just right and so that isn't hard to do these days.
Fireteam (Cabin Fever):
Gives you the highest EXP in every game, these games are long and most people are not able to beat it. However, the EXP and GP gain from these are far higher than the normal games. While, it should not be the main supplier of EXP, it should be one if you need to get some good boost at the end.
Fourth largest to give you good amount to give you EXP. EXP are given out for slightly less than Elim. Pro for killing and more if you defuse or plant and it exploded.
Wtf you smoking man, I get 200+ xp and 300+ gp no passes every OMA game I play. Just get in top 4 and you get more GP than elim pro while taking less than 1/4 the time.