BattleBit Remastered Lobby Player Count Explained

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BattleBit Remastered makes full use of its low poly style to allow for massive-scale combat with vehicles, destruction, and up to 254 players fighting it out across their maps. However, there are other options besides the massive battles, and each of them will be explained here. Here’s how BattleBit Remastered lobby player counts work.

BattleBit Remastered Lobby Numbers

The quick play option in BattleBit will throw you directly into a game with the player count that you have chosen, but what do they really mean?

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127 vs 127

This mode is the largest of the three and contains a total of 254 players when at capacity. As a result of the large player size, the entirety of a map is in play, with plenty of vehicles for players to use. Fights on these servers usually end up in a slow tug of wars to take control of an area with the occasional flanking maneuver to shake things up.

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64 vs 64

This mode uses a smaller section of the maps to ensure that things don’t get too spread out, but often lead to much tighter and more focused games. This can be good for learning the maps, as you tend to fight over the same areas for much of a match. With a total of 128 players in each game, there will still be chaotic shootouts around every corner.

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32 vs 32

The smallest of BattleBit’s offerings provides a much calmer and more thoughtful experience. While matches are still highly populated, you are more likely to be able to take a position and hold it against a small group trying to displace you. With a total of 64 players, this mode allows for a large battlefield with plenty of options but does not lead to the massive meat grinders of the other modes.

Server Browser

When looking for a match to jump into, the quick match function can be quite good. However, if you want to make sure you are getting into the matches you want, have a look at the server browser. Here you can see the mode, ping, and player count of each lobby. The player count is on the right side, with a plus next to a number to indicate how many players are in the queue for that lobby.

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Now that you know what all the player numbers actually mean, get ready to hop into some quick-fire battles. You can also find out who made BattleBit Remastered, it might surprise you.

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