Fighting for Freedom: A Battle Bit Review

Battle Bit is a game of truly massive proportions and massive battles, with state-of-the-art MBTs (Main Battle Tanks) from a large variety of countries, and you can use those vehicles on one of the many maps they have. Voice chat is just the cherry on top.

Battle Bit is a large game supporting up to 254 – 127 people on each team respectively, and its loads of fun!

Battle Bit is an indie game developed by SgtOkiDoki, Vilaskis, and TheLiquidHorse. Battle Bit is supposed to mimic and make fun of games like Battlefield and Call of Duty but it’s just way better than those two.

Battle Bit is a great game with plenty to do. For example, You can drive a tank, or you can become a terrorist and use C4 to blow people up with you. You can also fly a helicopter.

Battle Bit is a crazy game, full of unexpected surprises and twists. Let me talk about this one game I had that was crazy; almost my entire team was crowded in a tight tunnel section, holding off enemy advances. Players were just running down the tunnel and blowing up. There were about 200 people in that tunnel, and I ended up getting around 100 kills, thanks to the respawn function.

Battle Bit is full of crazy moments, and funny moments as well. Moving on to the developers, we have SgtOkiDoki, Vilaskis and TheLiquidHorse. Instead of making Battle Bit pay to win, they made it entirely progress-based, and you can get all the weapons and attachments purely from progress and kills. There is a supporter bundle that gives you the game, a little bit of a head start and a supporter tag, but after that, you get nothing else and have to grind your level.

This is going to be a short article because I am burnt out: Tired and I don’t feel like writing more than 400 words. Battle Bit is a good game, but I can’t write that much anyway since I have only played about 6 hours, and only play in my free time.

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