Game Overview: BattleBit Remastered

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Game Overview: BattleBit Remastered

Have you been craving for a chaotic shooter game where you can fight in massive battles with all of your friends? Then we have good news for you! BattleBit Remastered is coming hot into the scene. BattleBit Remastered is currently in an early access stage, with limited playtests currently happening weekly on Saturdays. While the playtests are free-to-play, the game is set to cost $15 USD at launch. With beta stages happening every week, the final product is aimed to be released in the second quarter of 2023.


BattleBit Remastered is a low poly First Person Shooter (FPS) game. One that combines stunning graphics reminiscent of games like Roblox with in-game mechanics similar to those of Battlefield. The game is currently in the playtest phase and offers a quickplay mode with different team sizes of 127 vs 127, 64 vs 64, and 32 vs 32. Additionally, the game includes a shooting range and a server browser that allows players to join custom servers.

One of the cool features that set BattleBit Remastered above some other FPS games is its focus on the "near-fully destructible map." The game offers players the ability to destroy the game world in a way that is both immersive and realistic. In the game, players can use a variety of weapons and gadgets to destroy objects within the environment, adding an extra layer of strategy to gameplay.

In addition to the weapons and gadgets, BattleBit Remastered has sea, land, and air vehicles and aims to have a multitude of all three being used in their large player count game modes. The game also offers extensive customization options, allowing players to choose from a variety of weapons, gadgets, and vehicles to suit their playstyle. Whether you prefer close combat or long-range engagements, BattleBit Remastered has you covered.

BattleBit Remastered will include clans that players can join, allowing them to team up with others. There may also be a credit shop where players can purchase various items and cosmetics.


Battlebit is a game that may not appeal to the general public due to most people looking at the graphics and not giving it a shot. However, it's very diverse in its gameplay, catering to the player's preferred playstyle. If you're into large-scale warfare the game offers a 127v127, if you want something a little less chaotic they also have 64v64 and 32v32. It's a game I could have fun with while both being competitive or sitting back and relaxing.

Battlebit is definitely a game worth checking out. For a game that focuses on large-scale warfare, it's very well-optimized and well-executed. Most large-scale war games stop at 64v64, and BattleBit goes beyond that with 127v127. Even with such a large-scale battle going on the game runs smoothly and it's not even been fully released yet. It doesn't take much to run the game, so even if your friends don't have the latest and greatest specs you'll be able to play with them. Its plays like something you'd expect from a Triple-A Title such as Battlefield while running better than it. Looking forward to the future of BattleBit as I expect a lot of modding to take place!

I play the game as often as I can, unfortunately for me, the playtest are only open once a week and in the mornings, I am able to get a few hours in though. I keep coming back to it because of the simplicity of the graphics and the tactical team fight aspect of the game. I especially like playing the sniper class and it's always a blast playing with my friends. I would recommend this game to anyone looking for gameplay adjacent to Squad and Battlefield because of how easy it is to run. A game you could play both by yourself and with friends.

I'm not able to play much due to work, but I play when I can. I believe they do playtests weekly on Saturdays and I recommend people to give it a try since it's still free at the moment. I'd have to say my favorite aspect of the game is the Voip (proxy chat), it allows for an immersive experience similar to Squad. The carnage that happens also leaves a lasting impression on me.

System Requirements
OSWindows 7Windows 10
ProcessorIntel Core i5-2310Intel Core i5 4th Generation and above
GPUGeforce GTS 450 or equivalent or betterGeforce GTX 600 Series or equivalent or better
Storage2 GB2 GB
DirectXVersion 11Version 11

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All you had to do was follow the D*** Train, CJ
Not quite, it releases into Early Access soon (My guess is here in a month, month and a half max, they are talking about getting patreons their Early Access/Beta Keys) if you scroll down it gives you the estimated time when Early Access is live. You can add the Early Access release to your wishlist.

The Alpha Playtests are below on the same page so I understand the confusion.

I clarify because when it does go into Early Access, the game will no longer be free, and it will release into Beta. The difference between an alpha and a beta can be significant, a primary example is how currently the game can only be played during the playtest.
On release into Beta, that changes and the servers will be live 24/7, along with Community Servers being publicly released.
All progress in the alpha is also wiped on release.

I just don't want people to get caught off balance when that lands because it could be confusing.


This game reminds me of my childhood when I grinded Phantom Forces on Roblox (XBox edition). Can't wait for the full game to come out.