The FPS BattleBit Remastered isn’t out yet but the developer tends to run weekly playtests. Even though the game won’t be free when it releases into Steam Early Access, the playtests are completely free for players to try. If you’re wondering when the next Battlebit Remastered test dates and times are, continue reading further down.
Before you can start playing, you’ll need to click the “Request Access” button on the Steam store page. This will likely provide immediate free access for when the next playtest starts. With that said, the development is currently funded via Patreon where a $15 pledge provides a Steam Early Access key. It will launch into early access at the same price.
The official release date for Battlebit Remastered is on June 15, 2023, even though they’re no longer running beta tests. Fortunately, those of you waiting for more content won’t have to late too long.
Update (6/11/23): All content below was published when the beta tests were still running and isn’t currently relevant anymore.
Battlebit Remastered 6-Hour Playtest Date & Time
The next and final playtest is longer than the six-hour sessions players are used to. Unlike previous tests, this one will run for 48 hours and start on a Friday instead of the usual Saturday. It will take place from June 9 to June 11.
The playtest starts at 2:00 p.m. ET on June 9 and ends at 2:00 p.m. ET on June 11.
Battlebit Remastered 3-Hour Playtest Date & Time
The developer has skipped out on having 3-hour stress tests the last couple of weeks for a few reasons. However, the most recent reason for not having one the week of March 13, is due to working on trailers. They’re currently preparing for the Steam Early Access launch according to their Twitter account.
While there isn’t a 3-hour test currently planned, that doesn’t mean there won’t be more in the near future. So make sure to check back with us when the developer has more info to share! In the meantime, try to get some time in on the weekend if you can.
That’s all there is to this quick article on when you can hop back into BattleBit Remastered for the next playtest. We’ll try to update this article each time a new date and time is announced. But, if we’re late and you notice, feel free to let us know in the comments. Otherwise, did you know why Battlebit Remastered has Remastered in the name?
I’m sure I’m not the only one that thought that was odd after realizing there wasn’t a first game. This is supposedly because the game has changed significantly since the developer first started working on it. To the point that they added Remastered to the title because of how far it’s come and changed.
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