BattleBit Remastered Update 2.1.4 adds new weapons, map, and more

New gear, new grounds, and plenty of fixes.

Get ready, BattleBit Remastered players, the game got a spicy injection of fresh content just over the weekend. Update 2.1.4 for BattleBit Remastered brings a new map, more weapons, global leaderboards, and a host of fixes.

BattleBit Remastered 2.1.4 update includes a coastal map so you can gun in the sun

BattleBit Remastered update 2.1.4 introduces you to its latest map, Zalfi Bay, bringing the total map count to 20. The map features a Main City “surrounded by desert hills and canyons.” Its windy streets are lined with palm trees offering only a little shade to alleviate the heat of battle. The city limits stretch to the bay’s beach, which encircles a body of water dotted with several large islands. You can use naval vehicles to get around. The map also includes what appears to be several points of interest, such as a lighthouse and a shipping yard.

The map is available for these modes:

  • Conquest
  • INF Conquest
  • Frontline
  • Domination
  • CTF
BattleBit Remastered Update 2.1.4 new weapons map leader boards all content
Image via SgtOkiDoki.

Lock and load with new weapons

I am excited to announce that the BattleBit Remastered update includes one of my favorite gaming weapons. The F2000 assault rifle has held a special place in my heart ever since Battlefield 3, and now it joins the game that a lot of former Battlefield players enjoy. It’s paired with a new designated marksman rifle (DMR), the G3. Will they eventually join the ranks of the best BattleBit Remastered guns? Only time will tell. Other than the guns, players will now have access to a “dark flashbang” which makes enemy screens go black as opposed to blinding white.

The update also adds global leaderboards. If you ever wanted to know how you stacked up against other BattleBit players from all over the world, now’s your chance.

BattleBit Remastered Update 2.1.4 new weapons map leader boards the board
Image via SgtOkiDoki.

Finally, to round things up the patch includes some fixes for the game. The Littlebird helicopter’s minigun has been nerfed. Damage falloff for the weapon will now begin at 75 meters (instead of 200), and it’ll end at 200 meters (instead of 500). Luckily, the update doesn’t only bring nerfs to the table. The HK419 fire rate is going up from 640 to 825, and its magazine has been gifted two additional bullets.

BattleBit Remastered update 2.1.4 brings more fixes and information on the new weapons and map, so be sure to head on over to the Steam Community page to learn about the changes.

About The Author
Cameron Woolsey
A freelance writer, Cam has been playing games for decades and writing about them for about 15 years. He specializes in action RPGs, shooters, and brawlers, but will always make a little bit of time for indies and classics.
More Stories by Cameron Woolsey