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How to change loadouts in BattleBit Remastered

Having a preference is usually a good thing.

In modern shooters customizations are essential. This includes how your character looks, and what weapon they’re using. BattleBit Remastered is no different, in fact, it goes a little deeper than most triple-A shooters. You can customize your character’s skin by earning different looks, which allows you to stand out in your own way. Loadouts are something you customize, down to what parts the weapons have. The game seems to be taking a minimalistic approach, in that you’ll need to discover things on your own. However, learning how to change loadouts in BattleBit Remastered is key, and this guide should help with that.

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BattleBit Remastered: How to change loadouts

Loadouts are great because if you find parts that make even the best guns better, you can save them. Plus, if you have a preference in how you play, these loadouts help you maintain that.

As mentioned, BattleBit Remastered doesn’t really hold your hand, you need to figure things out first. Loadouts are strangely one of them. Once you discover this, you’ll be creating loadouts on the fly.

Much like any shooter, you’ll need to be in a match first in order to do this. When you jump into a game, you’ll see the map, with classes below. Click the class you want to work on. When it’s selected, look for the Loadout button on the bottom left-hand side of the screen. Press it, and you should see the loadout for that class pop on a separate screen. From here, you can choose which items you’ve unlocked to be in your loadout.

Battlebit Remaster Pre Game Lobby With Loadout Menu Circled(1)

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How to customize your loadout

This is easy to do after you’ve learned how to change the loadout. Assuming you’ve already earned the parts, select the gun you want to customize. You can hover over and click each part to see if they’re any options unlocked. If they are, simply click on the part and it’ll automatically apply itself.

Battlebit Remaster Changing The Parts Of The Weapon

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Doing this is important in the shooter. When you customize your loadouts you’re not just changing the look, you’re also upgrading it. In other words, these parts could alter the overall performance of the gun. So it could be worth your time to experiment with these modifications.


BattleBits Remastered is in early access now via Steam.


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