EA has finally decided to showcase a number of maps that would be making their way to Battlefield V at launch. So far, we’ve seen two maps in action but it seems like there would be a total of eight maps at launch, a teaser video details.
So far, we’ve seen Narvik and Rotterdam setting an excellent impression for what’s to come with Battlefield V and now with the six other maps EA has recently showcased, it seems to be a jam-packed adventure to say the least. The eight maps that would be available at launch with Battlefield V are…
- FJELL 652
- Twisted Steel
- Hamada (North Africa)
- Panzerstorm (Post-Launch)
So far, Battlefield V’s Rotterdam has become one of the staples from Battlefield V’s map collection. Not only did EA showcase a ton of gameplay from the map from time to time, but the map was also responsible for showcasing how well ray-tracing works with Nvidia’s RTX 2080 Ti during an RTX Alpha Build. We all know how that went.
Hamada and Aerodrome would be based on a war set in Northern Africa. Twisted Steel and Arras would be based on a war set in France. Whilst Rotterdam and Devastation is set in Holland. Lastly, Fjell 652 and Narvik would be set in Norway. If you’re willing to experience PanzerStorm, that is based in Belgium and would be making its way to the game in the Tides of War Chapter 1.
What’s impressive is that all of these maps have been well-detailed by the folks over at EA and how they’ve noticed the behavior of their players during the beta. As for what game modes and options are available. Out of the eight maps available at launch, the three maps that focus on deploying infantry and tanks are Aerodome, Rotterdam and Devastation. Following those, Narvik, Twisted Steel, Arras and Hamada intend to introduce Aircrafts as an addition. While FJELL 652 focuses on infantry and aircraft battles. A total of six maps except for Hamada and Arras focus on fast-pace battles while the other two focus introduce a moderate tempo into the mix.
Pretty much all of the maps support the Conquest, Team Deathmatch, Breakthrough, Domination and Frontlines mode (minus the Fjell 652 map). Interestingly though, if you’re keen about experiencing the new Final Stand mode, you’ll be able to experience that on Aerodome, Devastation, Fjell 652 and Arras.
There’s a ton to expect from these maps when they launch later this year. As we wait until the 20th for the launch of Battlefield V, we’re already keen to know how well EA has planned to make use the competitive changes with Battlefield V given that the game would be a whole lot more serious than previous installments.