Last week an FPS named BattleBit took Steam by storm. Rolblox-looking, made by three people, and less than 15$, BattleBit proves more than worth it.
What is BattleBit?
BattleBit Remastered is a modern warfare shooter game that has quickly gained popularity since its launch on June 15th. If you’re a fan of Battlefield-style games with big crowds, you should definitely give BattleBit a chance. Developed by a small team of just three primary developers and a dedicated support team, the game has a charming low-poly graphical style that some may mistake for a Roblox creation. Even though the game hasn’t been out for a long time, it already has strikingly good reviews and you can tell a lot of heart has gone into it.
BattleBit offers a high-fidelity modern warfare experience with destructible environments and a wide range of vehicles, including tanks, helicopters, and sea vehicles. The game’s impressive scale allows up to 254 players to battle it out on a single server, using over 45 weapons with customization options. The game took about 7 years to release and the wait seems worth it.
The developers of BattleBit Remastered have included six primary classes, namely Leader, Assault, Medic, Engineer, Support, and Recon. They have also added a dynamic day and night system and proximity-based voice chat that allows both teammates and enemies to communicate in real time.
Referred to as “Call of Duty meets Battlefield meets LEGO”, The game has 18 maps available on release, and players can participate in various game modes, including traditional rush and conquest zone capture fares, as well as smaller-scale options. Currently, BattleBit Remastered is the 36th most-played game on Steam, with over 27,622 concurrent players, according to official stats. The game has received an overall ‘very positive’ rating on Steam, with 88 per cent approval from over 2,900 reviews.
We already know that first-person shooter (FPS) games are extremely popular on Steam. The current top 10 most-played games on Steam include several FPS titles such as Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Apex Legends, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, and Warzone. However, these are all games made by huge companies and while that doesn’t take away from their value, their success isn’t usually a headline. BattleBit is a completely different story.
Despite its simplistic graphical style, BattleBit Remastered has quickly become a fan favourite, ranking at the top of Steam’s global top-sellers list. The game has surpassed big-name titles such as Street Fighter 6, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and Valve’s own Counter-Strike: Global Offensive in revenue. This achievement is even more impressive considering that the game only costs $15, making it a highly affordable option for gamers.
The popularity of BattleBit Remastered is a testament to the fact that graphics are not the only important factor in gaming. The concept is relatively fresh and the price tag is surprisingly affordable. The game’s engaging gameplay, destructible environments, and impressive scale have also contributed to its success.
Despite its affordable price, the developers have no plans to introduce microtransactions into the game, which is a testament to their dedication to providing a fair and enjoyable experience for all players. Fans eagerly await to see what comes next with BattleBit, but the future seems bright and the game seems more than just promising.
BattleBit is a modern warfare shooter game that features destructible environments and a wide range of vehicles, including tanks, helicopters, and sea vehicles. It has six primary classes and a dynamic day and night system.
Up to 254 players can battle it out on a single server in BattleBit.
Players can participate in various game modes, including traditional rush and conquest zone capture fares, as well as smaller-scale options.
BattleBit has quickly become a fan favorite and is currently the 36th most-played game on Steam, with over 27,622 concurrent players. It has also received an overall ‘very positive’ rating on Steam, with 88 per cent approval from over 2,900 reviews.
Despite its affordable price, the developers have no plans to introduce microtransactions into the game, which shows their dedication to providing a fair and enjoyable experience for all players.