Battle Bits, the low-poly Battlefield competitor, has taken Steam by storm. With as much as 254 gamers battling it out on destructible maps, the newly remastered FPS rekindles the sense of pure enjoyable misplaced in lots of fashionable shooters. BattleBit is at the moment playable on Steam bridgehowever that will change as developer SgtOkiDoki needs to change from Straightforward Anti-Cheat (EAC) to FACEIT, which does not work with Linux.
BattleBit Remastered is at the moment working on Linux-compatible EAC, so Steam Deck customers can soar gleefully from the consolation of their sofa. However, in line with a publish on the Steam Deck subreddit, SgtOkiDoki is utilizing this anti-cheat software program “reluctantly”. It’s truthful to say that EAC will not be the most well-liked system and it’s not as strong as others in eliminating cheaters.
BattleBit was initially supposed to be carried out with FACEIT, however this method required “tuning”, so a change to EAC was made. It seems that the change will solely be non permanent, with the developer stating: “this isn’t the tip for FACEIT. We’ll look into our choices for FACEIT going ahead.” Now, this is likely to be good for the sport when it comes to dishonest, however it’s unhealthy information for anybody enjoying on Steam Deck, as FACEIT will not work with SteamOS, and thus BattleBit will not be playable on Valve’s handheld.
Within the unlucky end result BattleBit switches to FACEIT and you may now not ham an RPG on 127 blocky enemies, you will want to search out one other recreation to scratch that itch. Why not take a look at our picks of the very best Steam Deck video games to get you began?