BattleBit Remastered: 12 Best Assault Rifles, Ranked

These are the best Assault Rifles in BattleBit Remastered. They're lethal, elegant, and absolutely devastating in the right hands.

Hristijan Pavlovski
Hristijan Pavlovski - Content Writer
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The difference between the best assault rifles in BattleBit Remastered and the worst assault rifles is surprisingly small. However, some of the assault rifles have definitely shown themselves to be more notable than their counterparts.

Be it that they have a higher damage output, better control while firing, or are generally more accurate than their counterparts. With that in mind, let’s take a look at the 12 assault rifles that are currently in BattleBit.



best assault rifles in BattleBit Remastered SCAR-H

The SCAR-H is a bit of a weird gun to get used to initially, but once you do you’ll find that it’s actually the best assault rifle in BattleBit Remastered. It has high damage output, amazing velocity, controllable recoil, and the list goes on…

Its only downside is the fact that its magazine only takes 20 bullets, which is a real bummer. However, if you know how to conserve your ammo, you should do just fine.




The AK15 is similar to the SCAR-H in many regards. It has great damage output and its accuracy is superb. The only thing that’s lacking with the AK15 is controllability. On paper, the guns have similar stats, but in practice, they perform completely differently.

You can easily control the SCAR-H, even if you fire it in full auto mode. The AK15… not so much. A real bummer, but hey, it’s still one of the best assault rifles in BattleBit Remastered.




You can’t have a modern military shooter without including the iconic M4. It’s become a staple at this point, as you can find it in most military shooters from Call of Duty to Escape From Tarkov. It’s even found its way into BattleBit Remastered.

On paper, the M4A1 looks mediocre, in practice, it is anything but mediocre. With the right attachments installed it becomes pinpoint accurate. Pair that with its relatively high rate of fire and you begin to understand why it’s one of the best assault rifles in BattleBit Remastered.




The HK419 is the M4’s German cousin. Jokes aside, it’s a stupendously good weapons platform. It’s quite similar to the M4 in regards to its damage output and fire rate. Its controllability is likewise amicable.

The only downside is that you need to be Rank 135 to unlock it, which might take a while to reach.



best assault rifles in BattleBit Remastered Famas

The Famas has always been a strange gun in video games. Very few games have managed to do it justice with their depictions. BattleBIt, for the most part, has portrayed the Famas fairly accurately.

To get the most out of the Famas, you have to treat it like a submachine gun, instead of treating it like an assault rifle. It has the least damage output out of all the assault rifles, and its range is likewise pitiful. Its fire rate however is superb, which is its strongest aspect.




The G36C is an all-around good platform for any situation. It’s a jack-of-all-trades, which is its strongest suit. However, the latter part of that quote also applies to the G36C. Even though it’s a jack-of-all-trades, it’s a master of none of them.

Thankfully attachments exist. With the right attachments, you can adapt the G36C to help you in any precarious situation you may find yourself in. That’s the exact quality that makes the G36C one of the best assault rifles in BattleBit Remastered.




The FAL, also known as “the right arm of the free world” is also present in BattleBit. And just like its real-life counterpart, it’s an exceptional weapon platform that will serve you well in a variety of circumstances.

It has an insanely high damage output, nearly on par with the SCAR-H. It’s also impressively accurate and controllable. The only downside to the FAL is that you don’t get it until Rank 140, which is a real bummer.

But hey, if you follow the tactics we discussed in our guide on the 10 best ways to level up fast in BattleBit Remastered, you should gain access to the FAL in no time.




Ahh, the iconic AUG A3. If you’re a Counter-Strike fan, you’ll instantly recognize this weapon. The AUG is a reliable weapons platform that has respectable damage, decent accuracy, and exceptional controllability whilst being fired.

However, it is far from being the best assault rifle in BattleBit Remastered. It’ll get the job done, that’s for sure. But still, there are definitely better options out there.



best assault rifles in BattleBit Remastered AK74

Similarly, as with the M4, you simply can’t have a modern military shooter without including the AK74. Sadly, the platform has a bit of a stereotype surrounding it. That it’s a poor weapons platform that’s grossly inaccurate when fired.

This stereotype has to an extent permitted into BattleBit as well. Compared to the M4, the other starter assault rifle, the AK74 is blatantly inferior. And unlike the M4, you can’t simply fix it with attachments. Still, it’s a lot better than the following entries.




The SG550 is an ok weapon platform, it just doesn’t have a lot to distinguish it from the other weapons. Its performance is similar to the M4’s, with slightly better accuracy. However, it’s hard to find a reason to choose the SG550 over the M4, and here’s why.

By the time you unlock the SG550, which unlocks at Rank 80, you’d have effectively unlocked most, if not all of the attachments for the M4. And when you have a fully kitted-out M4, it’s hard to let go of it for something inferior.




Here it is, the illustrious AK5C, the final assault rifle that you unlock in BattleBit Remastered. You’d think that since it’s the final weapon, it’d be the best assault rifle in BattleBit Remastered. Right?

Wrong! It’s actually exceedingly mediocre. A real shame, since it’ll probably take you days, if not weeks, to unlock it. Its stats aren’t anything special, and there are definitely better counterparts that you can unlock much earlier.




And here it is, the weakest link. The ACR is currently the worst assault rifle in the game. It’s not because its stats are horrible, but because of where it’s located along the progression tree.

The ACR tries to go for a similar approach as the Famas, i.e. low damage but high fire rate. And unlike the Famas, it actually fails in that regard. So it doesn’t make any sense that you unlock it 15 ranks after you’ve unlocked the Famas.

By that point, you should have unlocked multiple attachments for the Famas, which would make the already superior Famas even better. Under those circumstances, it’s hard to justify picking up the ACR instead of the Famas.

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By Hristijan Pavlovski Content Writer
Bachelor of Philosophy and Content Writer. In my free time, I also write fantasy short stories and the odd philosophy book here and there. I’m also an avid fan of strategy games and RPGs.
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