BattleBit Remastered has a total of 12 assault rifles that cater to different playstyles and audiences. These assault rifles come with their own unique stats and attachments, making them feel distinctive and special. From highly damaging, destructive weapons to more steady and accurate assault rifles, BattleBit Remastered has them all. As always, choosing the best BattleBit Remastered assault rifle for your playstyle and loadout can make a difference between victory and defeat, and that is what I am going to help you with.
All ARs Ranked In BattelBit Remastered
Here is an overview of all the ARs in BattleBit Remasted showcased side by side with damage, recoil, fire rate, and reload time stats.
|Weapons||Damage||Vertical Recoil||Horizontal Recoil||Firerate||Reload Time|
- Unlocks at: Rank 95
FAMAS’s awe-inspiring fire rate collapses in front of all of its no-so-impressive aspects. FAMAS has the lowest damage of any assault rifle and has a deficient range. Both its horizontal and verticle recoil control, along with its terrible iron sight, further weighs in on its negative aspects.
Just to make it a viable weapon on the battlefield, you’ll need to equip it with appropriate attachments. FAMAS is a very good choice if you are playing at close range only, but there is a meager chance you will ever get a decent kill streak at medium or high range.
- Unlocks at: Rank 145
AK5C is one of the most terrible weapons of BattleBit Remastered, not because it’s a bad weapon stat-wise, but because its existence in the list of assault rifles doesn’t make any sense. AKC unlocks at rank 145; stats-wise, it’s comparable to M4A1, although with slightly worse recoil and reload speed. While its fire rate is good, its unlock requirement makes no sense.
Playing Remastered Remastered till rank 145 should reward the player with at least something better than FAL or something comparable, but instead, you receive a gun that’s average at best and is comparable to the starting weapons of BattleBit Remastered, making the reward not worth it at all.
It also doesn’t even have a magazine attachment, and overall I would not recommend this because you are much better off sticking with M4A1 or AK74 at this point instead of switching to this.
- Unlocks at: Rank 110
ACR is like an improved version of FAMAS with better iron sight, damage, and horizontal recoil. It does have a lower fire rate than FAMAS, but still, it’s better than many other assault rifles. The highlight of ACR’s weapon is its magazine. ACR can store 40 bullets in its magazine.
Combined with Quick Mag-B, you can even further decrease its reload time at the cost of a slightly lower magazine capacity. While it’s decent stats-wise, its base assault rifle range doesn’t do it many favors either because of low damage, making it one of the lowest-ranked assault rifles in my BattleBit Remastered assault rifles list.
- Unlocks at: Rank 0
AK74 is the second starting option you have for BattleBit Remastered assault rifles. While it may have a slightly worse recoil and fire rate when compared to M4A1, the AK74 beats it in terms of damage. On paper, this may not look like a lot, but when attached to a long barrel, its TTK decreases to 4 shots instead of 5, which makes a huge difference overall.
As said in the M4A1 paragraph, the stats are mostly comparable, but if you are looking for something that can dispatch enemies slightly quicker at the cost of fire rate and recoil, AK74 is the way to go.
- Unlocks at: Rank 80
SG550 is an incredibly good weapon if you struggle with recoil and stability. This gun is impressive all across the board, from fire rate to reload speed. But what SG550 lacks is damage. It is one of the lowest damaging assault rifles in BattleBit Remastered, with only 27 damage per body shot.
So, attachments like the heavy barrel are essential for it if you want to grant a swift death to your enemies. Additionally, it also has a terrible muzzle flash which also requires a flash hider attachment. Overall SGG50 has a very impressive recoil and fire rate that even beats AK74 and M4A1 but lacks in terms of damage.
- Unlocks at: Rank 50
SCAR-H is another weapon on this list with absolutely devastating damage per shot. But like AK15, where it falters though is its recoil and reload speed. While recoil can be considerably reduced with appropriate attachments, there isn’t any viable solution for its reload time.
SCAR-H has to reload time of 4 seconds with a magazine capacity of only 20, so unless you are really good with your aim and have steady hands, you won’t be able to do much with SCAR-H in Battlbit. However, if you don’t have any issues with recoil and your aim is accurate, the magazine capacity should be enough for you to take down your opponents instantly, thanks to SCAR-H’s destructive damage.
6. AUG A3
- Unlocks at: Rank 75
At rank 75, you’ll get your hands on AUG A3. The real highlight of this weapon is its impressive range. AUG 23 has a base damage range of 130m, making it one of the BattleBit Remastered best assault rifles. You can even further enhance it with zoom-in scope to further improve your accuracy. Additionally, its recoil can also be minimized with Gunfighter or URK attachments, and using a suppressor on it makes it an excellent gun for flanking.
Furthermore, attaching a long barrel with a can also brings down its TTK from 5 shots to 4 shots at the cost of recoil. The only area it falters, though, is its fire rate compared to AK74, making it feel very slow, but overall, it’s an excellent gun for long range and flanking but not a viable option for close range due to fire rate.
- Unlocks at: Rank 15
AK-15 is one of the earliest unlocks in BattleBit Remastered that offers massive damage in exchange for high horizontal and vertical recoil. Its significant damage makes it a feasible option for both close and long-range combat.
While attachments like Gunfighter can definitely help with recoil, it is still a weapon that I won’t recommend for beginners or amateurs who don’t have much experience with FPS. That said, its whooping 40 damage per body shot, and 60 per headshot makes it not only one of the highest-damaging assault rifles in BattleBit Remastered but also made it the best early-game weapon for folks with good recoil control.
- Unlocks at: Rank 120
If you are at rank 120 and still getting by using the starting weapons while still looking for an alternative, look no further than G36C. While it has worse horizontal recoil, which can be reduced with a vertical grip, it’s definitely superior to AK74 and M4A1 in just about everything else. It has better reload time, fire rate, and damage.
It can take down enemies in 4 shots without any attachments due to its impressive 31.50 base damage. Another thing that makes this assault rifle unique is its 50-round Drum mag, which comes at the cost of high recoil. So if you have good enough control over recoil and want to dispatch enemies quickly, without fretting over reload times or even magazine, G36C may be the BattleBit Remastered best assault rifle for you.
- Unlocks at: Rank 0
M4A1 is, in my opinion, the best-starting weapon in BattleBit Remastered due to its low recoil and high accuracy. Stats-wise, it’s comparable to AK74, but what makes it a cut above is its marginally better fire rate. Additionally, the gun also doesn’t really disappoint at the damaging end, offering 30 damage per body shot, which can be further improved with damage-increasing attachments, albeit slightly.
Nevertheless, I’d recommend using recoil-controlling attachments like Tactical with M4A1 to improve its recoil further and turn it into a laser beam, making it not only one of the most beginner-friendly weapons but one of the BattleBit Remastered best assault rifles.
- Unlocks at: Rank 135
HK419 is a very well-rounded weapon with decent stats all across the board. Like G36C, it is a nice alternative to starting weapons, especially M4A1. It has a base damage of 31, and like AK74, with a long barrel attachment, you can decrease your TTK from 5 shots to 4 shots at the cost of recoil. Its base recoil is also controllable, and its reload animation is much swifter than AK74 and M4A1.
Furthermore, its iron sight is comparatively better too, and even with the barrel attachment, its horizontal recoil doesn’t take a massive dip in quality. Although its muzzle flash can be fixed with a flash hider, I didn’t find it to be that big of an issue, and you’d be better off with more performance-improving attachments.
Overall, its decent stats, damage, and good control make it one of the highest-ranked weapons in my BattleBit Remastered best assault rifle list.
- Unlocks at: Rank 95
FAL is arguably the best BattleBit Remastered assault rifle that solves my every gripe with guns like SCAR-H and AK15. Firstly, this gun has a much more stable recoil, in my opinion, and I found it very manageable in fights, and its impressive reload speed combined with Quick and Short mags easily beats SCAR-H’s.
Additionally, its 40 damage per body shot makes it a 3-shot kill gun, and its impressive fire rate of 650 makes it even more deadlier than its contemporaries. Its magazine size can still be an issue, but that can be solved with magazine attachments, granted that you don’t have any problem with high recoil.
Overall, due to its exceptional fire rate and damage, FAL is an absolute monster at close range and even medium range. An all-around exceptional gun, making it the highest-ranked BattleBit Remastered assault rifle on my list. Its biggest downside is how late it unlocks, but what it offers makes it absolutely worth it.
BattleBit Remastered is filled with many other weapon types, from SMGs and LMGs to sniper rifles and pistols. So even if assault rifles don’t work for you, feel free to explore more weapon types in search of the best loadout for yourself. This concludes my guide on the BattleBit Remastered best assault rifles, in which I ranked all of the game’s assault rifles based on their stats and how they perform on the field.
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