Complete List of Maps and Game Modes In Twisted Metal

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Maps

Adventure Park: 

In for a wicked ride? Big Time Adventure is no ordinary theme park, but a sadistic playland operated on twisted amusement.

Destroy the following:

  • Ferris Wheel (blow it up to change the map)
  • Tower of Terror
  • Super Swing
  • Catapults
  • Rollercoaster
  • Pirate Ship

Blackrock Stadium:

This is where death comes to play. The crowd at Black Rock Stadium screams for extreme head-to-head combat and ultimate destruction as they watch cars slaughter each other in Calypso’s beloved death-sport arena.

Watch out for the following:

  • Sections of the arena floor raise and lower, creating pits, a wide-open area and pit hazards
  • Ramps leading to enemy towers periodically electrify
  • Pressure plates launch fans into the arena from the stands

Diablo Pass:

Speed through the desert outside of Las Vegas with a dry sense of humor. Winding roads, canyon-side cliffs and steep hills make up the death-defying Devil’s Canyon.

Destroy the following:

  • Overpasses
  • Suspension bridge
  • Gas stations
  • Buildings in Mid-Point Town and Las Vegas

And watch out for the following:

  • Turrets on freeway overpasses

Diesel City:

The City isn’t what it used to be. The shady streets and run-down highways reek of mischief and corruption, ready for a massacre to explode at any moment.

Destroy the following:

  • Radio towers (blow them up to open new pathways)
  • Radio station signs

LA Skyline:

Ascend to a modern battle arena atop Los Angeles’ tallest skyscrapers. Witness opponents fall to their death from the dangerous rooftops of the LA Skyline.

Destroy the following:

  • Skyscrapers (blow them up to change the map)
  • Faction bases

Metro Square: 

Metro Square is the metropolitan heart for big-city action and annihilation. Bright lights become spotlights for high-speed violence and urban destruction.

Destroy the following:

  • Subway train
  • Museum display (blow up the whale to open a new pathway to the subway)
  • Statue of Liberty (head rolls around and can be bumped)

Sunsprings, CA:

The suburbs aren’t quiet anymore. In a classic warfare between two rival high schools, no one stands a chance. Demolish all the neighborhood buildings and houses that stand in your way.

Destroy the following:

  • Bob’s Beefy Boy statue (head rolls around and can be bumped)
  • The water tower
  • Radar dishes (blow them up to create new pathways)
  • Residential houses
  • Plus, many commercial buildings

Watkyn’s Harbor: 

Enter the industrial zone of east Los Angeles at your own risk. Harbor City is the city’s grimy oil center — lined with underground canals and smoky pathways.

Destroy the following:

  • Small gas storage tanks
  • Large gas storage tanks (blow them up to create new pathways)
  • Base buildings

Game Modes:

Death Match:

In Death Match, time is not on your side. The first player to score the set amount of points — or the player with the highest score — after a set amount of minutes is the winner of the round. Play for one minute or 90. The game host can set the number of rounds. The only end is death.

Supports:

  • 2-16 Players
  • 2P Online Splitscreen
  • 4P Splitscreen Offline
  • 2P Splitscreen Offline

Team Death Match:

Team Death Match consists of two teams battling to reach a set amount of points OR the most kills after a set amount of time. The game host can set the number of rounds.

Supports:

  • 2-16 Players
  • 2P Online Splitscreen
  • 4P Splitscreen Offline

Last Man Standing:

In Last Man Standing, each player begins with a finite number of lives. As the battle rages, lives diminish until the last player left alive wins. The game host can set the number of rounds. In the end, only one can claim victory.

Supports:

  • 2-16 Players
  • 2P Online Splitscreen
  • 4P Splitscreen Offline

Team Last Man Standing:

In Team Last Man Standing, two to four teams can battle to death. Each team begins a battle with a finite number of lives shared between its team members. The team left alive at the end of the battle is crowned the winner.

Supports:

  • 2-16 Players
  • 2P Online Splitscreen
  • 4P Splitscreen Offline

 Hunted:

In Hunted, one unlucky player is tagged as “prey” while all the other remaining players are tagged “hunters.” The hunters must pursue their marked prey until he’s completely massacred.

Supports:

  • 2-16 Players
  • 2P Online Splitscreen
  • 4P Splitscreen Offline

Team Hunted:

In Team Hunted, each team has a player tagged as “prey.” However, all other team members are tagged as “hunters”. The hunters must pursue their marked prey until he’s completely massacred.

Supports:

  • 2-16 Players
  • 2P Online Splitscreen
  • 4P Splitscreen Offline

Nuke:

Nuke is a twisted take on capture the flag. Capture the other team’s leader and drag him back to the missile launcher at your base. Then, by sacrificing the leader into the missile launcher, you can launch a missile directly into the enemy’s statue.

However, the enemy can shoot down the missile in the air. Destroy the enemy’s statue, and your team wins.

Supports:

  • 8-12 Players
  • 2P Online Splitscreen

Source: Official Twisted Metal Website

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