In multiplayer games, having a one-to-one reaction time is important. When things get too hectic during the match, and you need to get to safety, escaping without any lag can save you. Now, when playing online you won’t get 100 percent consistency with the internet connection. Sometimes your connection to the game suffers for a bit, and you may face some issues at times. For BattleBit: Remastered this is important, even more so. In online shooters, having everything match what you’re inputting plays an important role. However, some players have been reporting packet loss for the shooter. The upside is that it’s fixable and rather easy to do. Read this guide on how to fix packet loss in BattleBit: Remastered.
BattleBit: Remastered: How to fix packet loss
When packet loss happens, your game can lag and load slowly. This can stop you from doing important things like healing your teammates. It can also cause vehicles to spawn less if there is more than one person suffering from packet loss. At the moment, there are two ways to fix this. They are:
- Resetting your router
- Playing on a different server
The first step seems to be easiest, it could be on your end. If it is, simply turn off your router and wait a few seconds then plug it in. Everything should work, and everything should reset for your connection. If that doesn’t help, check out the next step.
Sometimes the packets that are being sent from you to BattleBit: Remastered’s servers get lost along the way. This could be attributed to many things, such as high ping or a weak connection overall. In any case, try searching for a game with low ping and a solid ticket rate in the Server Browser section. Because if you have heavy packet loss, you may respawn slower than other players as well.
Looking for a match in the browser can be cumbersome, but in the long run, it can help quite a bit.
BattleBit: Remastered is available now in early access via Steam.