What Does BFB Mean In Splitgate?

Modern video games have acronyms that, at times, are great at making others play the infamous guessing game. The same holds true when it comes to splitgate. I’m sure something that boggles the most when it comes to people unfamiliar with the game is the ‘BFB’. I mean what the hell even is that?

I’m pretty sure each and every one of us had the same reaction when we first saw the word. But don’t you worry for today, we’re here to make sure you know all there is to this ‘BFB’. With that being said, let’s dive right in!

The meaning of the acronym

BFB literally means ‘big freakin bat’. I know, we don’t want to call it that way but yeah, it is what it is. Let’s be honest, now everyone feels stupid all of a sudden since no one expected the answer to be that ‘obvious’ by any means.

Being a melee weapon that makes a real-life baseball bat question its very own existence, they sure stayed true to the ‘big’ in the name there, didn’t they? I mean one look at the weapon and you know you’re in a world of hurt.

I’m pretty sure we’ve had a little too much fun swinging the bat around so we’re all sort of guilty here. But there’s way more to the bat than what meets the eye!

A bat that’s just too good at smashing!

Being a ‘one-shot’ weapon, it’s only natural that players would die to get their hands on one, I mean that literally as well. Plus, you don’t really need to bash someone’s head to splatter their ‘brains’ out just to ensure that the ‘big freakin bat’ has performed its job.

With the console players getting that ‘assistance’ here as well, running away from someone with a bat in their hand is going to give you the biggest jumpscare you’ve ever experienced. Well, running is one of the best options humanity has known since the advent of time itself so, no shame in making those legs work a little.

You can also be the one wielding this ‘big freakin bat’, reversing the roles to make the other side witness what it means to be the ‘hunted’ for a minute or two.

A double-edged sword, oh I mean bat!

Despite being the perfect example of an op weapon, the ‘big freakin bat’ doesn’t come without its downsides. The ‘percentages’ on it determine the number of times you can use the bat. Once the bat hits that zero mark, you aren’t moving around for long either.

Each hit siphons 25% of the charge from the weapon so you should be using the weapon wisely instead of assuming the role of a madman. That pretty much wraps it up. I’m pretty sure each and every one of us has a pretty good understanding of how the weapon works at this point. Better get into a game of Splitgate ASAP.