What’s Going On With Battlebit Remastered? An Unfiltered Look at Bugs and Community Drama


Hey folks, if you’re like me, you’ve been glued to your screen playing Battlebit Remastered—a game that promises to bring us close to the military sim experience. But let’s be real, it’s not all rainbows and headshots. This game has its share of issues, and I’m not just talking about getting sniped from across the map. We’ve got glitches, community dramas, and some oddities that make you go, “Wait, what?!”

The Wobbly Soldier Phenomenon

You’re crouched behind a crate, aiming down sights, ready to pick off that enemy sniper. Then, your character starts to shake like they had 10 cups of coffee. What’s up with that? This random shaking messes with your aim, and before you know it, you’re the one eating dirt. This problem is as hilarious as it is frustrating, and it’s driving the community nuts.

Walls? More Like Suggestions

Yeah, so walls in Battlebit Remastered are like that one friend who says they’ll keep your secret but spills the beans five minutes later. You’re hiding, thinking you’re safe, and then BOOM! You’re shot through a concrete wall. The collision detection in this game needs some serious TLC because as it stands, walls and buildings are merely decorative.

What's Going On With Battlebit Remastered? An Unfiltered Look at Bugs and Community Drama

Skydiving Without a Parachute

Ever wanted to know what’s beneath the map? Me neither, but the game sometimes sends you on this unexpected journey anyway. You’re walking, and suddenly, you’re falling through the map into a never-ending abyss. Great for meditating on the futility of existence, not so great for your kill-death ratio.

The “Did It Save?” Dilemma

You just had a killer game, racking up points and in-game goodies, only to find out none of it saved. Poof! Gone. This issue has got players questioning if they should even bother until it’s fixed.

The Wild West of Community Servers

Community servers are the wild west of Battlebit Remastered. Rules? Those are more like “guidelines,” apparently. Some admins run their servers like it’s a dictatorship, while others let chaos reign. The lack of enforcement is pushing players to call for some good old-fashioned law and order.

Mines and Claymores: The Invincible Guardians

Place a mine or a claymore, and watch it turn into Superman. These things just won’t take damage. It’s like they’re made of vibranium or something. Players are both amused and frustrated, as these should-be-vulnerable traps become indestructible obstacles on the battlefield.

The Bottom Line

Look, every game has its teething issues, but Battlebit Remastered has a dental situation that needs attention, stat. The developers have got their work cut out for them, and we, the loyal player base, are waiting for them to step up their game (pun intended).

So, whether you’re still in the honeymoon phase with Battlebit Remastered or you’re on the verge of breaking up, let’s all agree on one thing: We love this game, but it’s time for some fixes. Here’s hoping the devs are listening and ready to take action. Until then, see you on the battlefield—glitches and all.