Best settings for BattleBit Remastered: Video & gameplay
Finding the best video and gameplay settings for BattleBit Remastered can be hard, as the game can be quite tasking on your PC due to its size and complexity, but it's worth getting the best possible performance to maximise your enjoyment.
BattleBit Remastered is a multiplayer FPS based around large battles and detailed destruction, meaning it can be tasking to run at times. So, check out our selection of the best settings for BattleBit Remastered and see how to get the best performance in-game.
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Best BattleBit Remastered video settings
For the best BattleBit Remastered graphics settings, you'll want to strike a balance between quality and performance, especially if you are playing on the 127 vs 127 mode.
From a technical standpoint, the game can be quite tasking considering the high player count, level of destruction, and large maps, so it's worth finding the perfect settings.
If you don't want to mess around with individual settings too much, we suggest using the medium or low graphics preset and seeing how that performs for you. Otherwise, check out the best BattleBit Remastered video settings below, and tweak any you see fit:
|Resolution||1920x1080 (16:9) or whatever your native resolution is|
|Screen Mode||Exclusive FullScreen|
|Max FPS||Set this to your monitor's refresh rate, but 60 is a good point to aim for|
|Field of View||100|
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|Number of Lights||Four|
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Best BattleBit Remastered gameplay settings
The best BattleBit Remastered gameplay settings are a little more subjective, but we'll provide a good framework below where you can alter individual settings that fit your preferences:
|Show Dot Crosshair||On|
|Auto Ready When Dead||On|
|Hit Markers Enabled||On|
|Default Hit Marker Colour||White (255 red, 255 green, 255 blue)|
|Headshot Hit Marker Colour||Yellow (255 red, 255 green, 0 blue)|
|Armour Hit Marker Colour||Yellow (255 red, 255 green, 0 blue)|
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|Kill Hit Marker Colour||Red (255 red, 0 green, 0 blue)|
|Show Level Progression||On|
|Show Squad List||On|
|Scoreboard Style||Group By Squads|
|Friendly Colour||Light Blue (0 red, 148 green, 255 blue)|
|Enemy Colour||Red (255 red, 0 green, 0 blue)|
|Friendly Name Tag Size||12|
|Crosshair Colour||Green (0 red, 255 green, 0 blue)|
That's all for our breakdown of the best settings for BattleBit Remastered, and now you know what video and gameplay settings to use to get the most out of the game.
Make sure to also check out our BattleBit Remastered homepage for more news and guides on the first-person shooter. If you're wanting to have the meta kit in-game though, our BattleBit Remastered gun tier list has you covered with the best weapons.