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How to customize your character in BattleBit Remastered

Updated: Jul 3, 2023 6:26 pm
How to customize your character in BattleBit Remastered

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Full of low poly combat and tons of FPS fun, BattleBit Remastered is easily one of the biggest hits of the year so far.

The game has plenty of weapons, classes, and cool gadgets for you to use, and a huge community that you can play with on the servers capable of up to 254 players in a single match. With so many players, you’ll naturally want to stand out from the crowd.

Have no fear, we’re here to tell you how to customize your character in BattleBit Remastered so you can look however you want.

BattleBit Remastered – How to customize your character

To change up your look and customize your character in for BattleBit Remastered, all you have to do is this:

  • Navigate into a game
  • In the Deploy pause menu, find Character in the bottom left corner
  • This screen will allow you to customize how your avatar looks

There are multiple different parts of your block soldier that you can customize, including the face, hair, eyes, uniform, and skin color. None of these customizations will affect your stats in the game, as they are purely cosmetic.

This is the same method for all game modes.

This is the same screen that you can change what type of helmet, chest armor, backpack, and belt you have equipped. These customizations will affect your stats, by giving you better protection and more space to carry equipment with you while on the battlefield.

All of these changes will affect your overall appearance, so no two block soldiers in-game will look quite the same.

It’s important to note that you cannot customize your character from the main menu screen. This has to be done in-game from the Deploy menu, as there is no navigation to the Character Screen from anywhere else. While this can be frustrating, once you’ve decided on how you want your avatar to look, most players won’t update this very often, besides changing gear for battle if you’ve changed classes to Squad Leader, Assault, Medic, Engineer, Recon, or Support class.

Changing outfits and appearance will help you differentiate between teammates on your squad as well, so you don’t even need to look at their tags to know who you’re talking to, who you plan to revive, and who has the ammo boxes or medic kits.


Annie is a journalist interested in video games and tech news.

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