BattleBit Remastered Class Guide

An FPS title doesn’t require ultra-realistic graphics to be considered good. As long as the game runs smoothly without any frame drops, players can still enjoy it. BattleBit Remastered is a prime example of a low-poly game that has gained popularity and risen to the top of Steam’s “Top Sellers” chart. Despite its simplistic visuals, it has attracted a large following of fans who enjoy similar titles such as Call of Duty: Warzone and the Battlefield games.

BattleBit Remastered offers multiple classes for players to choose from, each with different advantages and roles on the game’s maps. In this article, we will take a close look at each class, discussing their unique capabilities and helping you determine which class might be the best fit for your playstyle.

The Big Six

In BattleBit Remastered, there are six classes to choose from, each with its own set of buffs, secondary items, and class-specific tasks on the battlefield. The classes are as follows:

  • Squad Leader
  • Assault
  • Medic
  • Support
  • Engineer
  • Recon

Squad Leader

The Squad Leader plays a crucial role in team efficiency. As the troop leader, this class is responsible for planning attack strategies by using the ‘ping’ button to designate objectives and leading their squad into battle. Needless to say, being the Squad Leader carries a lot of responsibility.

In terms of weapons, the Squad Leader has access to a range of firearms that are comparable to those available to the Assault class. Here are the weapons accessible to the Squad Leader:

  • Pistols
  • Assault Rifles
  • DMRs (Designated Marksman Rifles)

Squad Leaders, though unable to use explosive weapons such as anti-helicopter or anti-tank launchers, have the ability to define respawn points and call in an Air Drone. Additionally, they receive bonus bandages and grenades to support their squad. If you’re new to BattleBit Remastered, it is highly recommended that you familiarize yourself with the other classes before taking on the Squad Leader role.


The Assault class serves as the frontline fighters of the game. Their primary task is capturing objectives, and as a result, they are equipped with quicker reload times, weapon swaps, and aim speeds. These attributes make Assault the perfect choice for newcomers. Faster weapon swap speeds allow sustained firefights even when the primary weapon’s ammo has run out. Additionally, Assault players have a sledgehammer, which can be used to knock down walls and open up new tactical possibilities.

Assault players generate chaos on the battlefield, thanks to their offensive gadgets and explosives that can demolish buildings. Additionally, they have access to a riot shield, enabling them to charge recklessly into combat.

Here are the weapons available to the Assault class:

Assault is often the default choice for new players in BattleBit Remastered due to its versatility, reliability, and proficiency in eliminating enemies. What more could you ask for?


Considered one of the most valuable classes, the Medic possesses the unique ability to heal themselves and their teammates. With the Medkit as their secondary gadget, Medics can actively replenish lost health, while other classes are limited to using bandages for reviving squad members and self-healing.

Equipped with a wide selection of weapons, the Medic class can engage in offensive maneuvers while simultaneously providing crucial healing support to their squad.

Here are the weapons accessible to the Medic:

  • Assault Rifles
  • SMGs (Submachine Guns)
  • Pistols
  • Carbines
  • PDWs (Personal Defense Weapons)


The Support class plays a vital role as the builder and ammo carrier of the team. Their ability to repair cover and resupply teammates with ammunition makes them invaluable in pushing enemy lines. If you’re tired of just building structures, unleash chaos with LMG carbines and take matters into your own hands.

The Support class also wears Exo armor, the heaviest armor available in BattleBit Remastered. While this may slow down movement, the armor offers increased damage absorption, allowing Supports to draw enemy attention away from other classes and enable them to restock on gadgets, magazines, and gear.

Here are the weapons available to the Support class:


The Engineer class boasts the widest variety of secondary weapons. Engineers have access to rocket launchers that can wreak havoc on the battlefield. They also possess a unique repair tool gadget for repairing friendly vehicles. Considering the prevalence of helicopters, tanks, and boats, the Engineer class remains relevant in all types of encounters.

Here are the weapons accessible to the Engineer:

  • SMGs
  • Assault Rifles
  • Pistols
  • Carbines
  • DMRs
  • PDWs


The Recon class takes on the role of the sniper. If you enjoy using long-range weapons to eliminate enemies with a single shot, then the Recon class may be your favorite. Operating from safe distances, Recon players can rain down fire on unsuspecting enemies. However, despite their offensive prowess, Recon players are highly vulnerable with only three bandages and no helmet. Fortunately, the Recon class has access to the Air Drone for target location and a grappling hook for quick escapes when compromised.

Here are the weapons accessible to the Recon class:

  • Pistols
  • Sniper Rifles
  • DMRs