Here Are All the 8 Battlefield V Maps Important Details: Play Styles, Game Modes, and More

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While DICE might have released a new Battlefield V trailer that featured all the game’s maps, the studio isn’t done yet! We now get a deep dive into each of the game’s eight multiplayer maps that will be available at launch!

Want everything all in one place? We got you covered! Check out each map, how you should tackle it, what game modes will be available on it, and more!

Narvik:

Narvik at a Glance

Units:

  • Infantry
  • Tanks
  • Aircraft

Size:

  • Medium-Large

Tempo:

  • Moderate-Fast

Play Style

If you’re looking for a solid map with a little something for everyone in terms of play styles, Narvik is a great choice. Whether you want aggressive, close-quarters combat in the now ruined streets of the city center, or more open battle with clear line-of-sight options for Recon snipers down by the harbor, you’ll find it here. Climb into the cockpit of a Spitfire and rain death from above on enemy positions or tear through war-torn neighborhoods in a Panzer, grinding formerly charming houses beneath your treads. Narvik is the very definition of all-out war.

Available Game Modes

Narvik offers players the opportunity to take on a wide variety of modes, including:

  • Airborne – Parachute on to the battlefield and spearhead an invasion or scramble to defend and fortify your positions from the oncoming attack.
  • Breakthrough – Fight to control sectors as an attacker and push the enemy back to claim vital ground in this intense mode.
  • Conquest – An all-time Battlefield classic, this vast game mode includes up to 64 players who battle for control of key locations on the map.
  • Domination – Fast-paced, infantry-based combat in close quarters where you’ll see the enemy up close and personal and where the fighting revolves around significant strategic objectives.
  • Frontlines – An intense tug-of-war battle where one single key area at a time is contested.
  • Team Deathmatch – Kill or be killed is the name of the game, inflict as many casualties on the enemy as possible to emerge victorious.

Check out a super detailed look at capture points and map description right here.

Rotterdam:

Rotterdam at a Glance

Units:

  • Infantry
  • Tanks

Size:

  •  Medium

Tempo:

  •  Moderate-Fast

Playstyle

Consider Rotterdam a spiritual successor to the Battlefield 3 Seine Crossing map with a hint of Amiens from Battlefield 1. It’s an urban environment decorated by canals, tall buildings, and a marketplace that no longer soothes pedestrians but preludes close-quarter firefights. The railway provides an elevated position to move across the map or oversee chokepoints with a ranged weapon from east to west – but is still dangerous if you don’t keep an eye on the railcar next to you.

Wide main roads support vehicular combat, and narrow alleys are where players discover who’s the better squad. The not-yet destroyed Rotterdam allows more room for vehicles than its counterpart, Devastation.

Available Game Modes

Rotterdam offers players the opportunity to take on a wide variety of modes, including:

  • Airborne – Parachute on to the battlefield and spearhead an invasion or scramble to defend and fortify your positions from the oncoming attack.
  • Breakthrough – Fight to control sectors as an attacker and push the enemy back to claim vital ground in this intense mode.
  • Conquest – An all-time Battlefield classic, this vast game mode includes up to 64 players who battle for control of key locations on the map.
  • Domination – Fast-paced, infantry-based combat in close quarters where you’ll see the enemy up close and personal and where the fighting revolves around significant strategic objectives.
  • Frontlines – An intense tug-of-war battle where one single key area at a time is contested.
  • Team Deathmatch – Kill or be killed is the name of the game; inflict as many casualties on the enemy as possible to emerge victorious.

Check out a super detailed look at capture points and map description right here.

Devastation:

Devastation at a Glance

Units:

  • Infantry
  • Tanks

Size:

  • Medium

Tempo:

  • Fast

Playstyle

Devastation is an unconventional Battlefield map marked by periods of intense close-quarter firefights, created by the same mind behind Battlefield 1’s Fort de Vaux.

Direct roads have warped into an aimless blend of claustrophobic avenues of approach, obstacles, and defensive positions. Players will have to fight among these ruins, dried out canals, and the metal skeletons of buildings. Several places, most notably the cathedral, still retain their shape and can be used as defensive strongpoints. The abundance of cover left by the bombardments works both ways, so you’ll have to outsmart your enemy and not get trapped in a meat grinder.

Available Game Modes

Devastation offers players the opportunity to take on a wide variety of modes, including:

  • Breakthrough – Fight to control sectors as an attacker and push the enemy back to claim vital ground in this intense mode.
  • Conquest – An all-time Battlefield classic, this vast game mode includes up to 64 players who battle for control of key locations on the map.
  • Domination – Fast-paced, infantry-based combat in close quarters is where you’ll see the enemy up close and personal and where the fighting revolves around significant strategic objectives.
  • Final Stand – There can only be one team left standing, and this tie-breaking conclusion to Grand Operations will determine the winner.
  • Frontlines – An intense tug-of-war battle where one single key area at a time is contested.
  • Team Deathmatch – Kill or be killed is the name of the game; inflict as many casualties on the enemy as possible to emerge victorious.

Check out a super detailed look at capture points and map description right here.

Hamada:

Hamada at a Glance

Units:

  • Infantry
  • Tanks
  • Aircraft

Size:

  • Very large

Tempo:

  • Moderate

Playstyle

Can’t wait to leap into the cockpit of a fighter plane or behind the turret of a tank? This Battlefield V map is made for you. Ferocious vehicle combat is the focus of this all-out warfare map, but you’ll also need boots on the ground to take and hold the objectives. Infantry will need to focus on what scant cover they can find on the lower elevations, and head to the high ground to really make a difference. And speaking of heights, the flyable space on this map is immense, making it perfect for both intense dogfights and deadly strafing runs.

Available Game Modes

Hamada offers players the opportunity to take on a wide variety of modes, including:

  • Airborne – Parachute onto the battlefield and spearhead an invasion or scramble to defend and fortify your positions from the oncoming attack
  • Breakthrough – Fight to control sectors as an attacker and push the enemy back to claim vital ground in this intense mode
  • Conquest – An all-time Battlefield classic, this vast game mode includes up to 64 players who battle for control of key locations on the map
  • Domination – Fast-paced, infantry-based combat in close quarters is where you’ll see the enemy up close and personal and where the fighting revolves around significant strategic objectives
  • Frontlines – An intense tug-of-war battle where one single key area at a time is contested
  • Team Deathmatch – Kill or be killed is the name of the game; inflict as many casualties on the enemy as possible to emerge victorious.

Check out a super detailed look at capture points and map description right here.

Twisted Steel:

Twisted Steel at a Glance

Units:

  • Infantry
  • Tanks
  • Aircraft

Size:

  • Large

Tempo:

  • Moderate – Fast

Playstyle
Vastness and location variety make all playstyles valid on Twisted Steel. Everybody has their place and there’s plenty of room for both infantry, large vehicles, and planes to make a mark. If you deploy in a land vehicle, you may prefer be roaming in the swamp area north of the bridge. If you’re playing as infantry here, use the vegetation as cover – but remember that the trees are destructible, and the landscapes may change drastically. If you’re into close-quarters fighting, you’re likely to spend a lot of time in the small village south of the bridge, where buildings and trenches provide cover.

No matter your playstyle, Twisted Steel’s green/gray color palette, open fields, tall vegetation, trenches, and ambush opportunities may make this your favorite map when it comes to experiencing iconic WW2 scenarios.

Available Game Modes
Twisted Steel gives you the opportunity to take on a wide variety of modes, including:

  • Airborne – Parachute on to the battlefield and spearhead an invasion or scramble to defend and fortify your positions from the oncoming attack
  • Breakthrough – Fight to control sectors as an attacker and push the enemy back to claim vital ground in this intense mode
  • Conquest – An all-time Battlefield classic, this vast game mode includes up to 64 players who battle for control of key locations on the map.
  • Domination – Fast-paced, infantry-based combat in close quarters is where you’ll see the enemy up close and personal and where the fighting revolves around significant strategic objectives.
  • Frontlines – An intense tug-of-war battle where one single key area at a time is contested
  • Team Deathmatch – Kill or be killed is the name of the game; inflict as many casualties on the enemy as possible to emerge victorious.

Check out a super detailed look at capture points and map description right here.

Aerodrome:

Aerodrome at a Glance

Units:

  • Infantry
  • Tanks

Size:

  • Medium

Tempo:

  • Moderate-Fast

Playstyle
The action on Aerodrome will take place on land, with infantry and land vehicles battling it out. Excluding air combat, all playstyles are supported; fans of close-quarter infantry combat will shine on the busy C flag, and land vehicle operators will have a blast rushing through the desert roads. There are many Fortification opportunities, which gives extra weight to Support players, and the map’s high points provide good sniping spots.

Available Game Modes
Aerodrome offers players the opportunity to take on a wide variety of modes, including:

  • Airborne – Parachute on to the battlefield and spearhead an invasion or scramble to defend and fortify your positions from the oncoming attack
  • Breakthrough – Fight to control sectors as an attacker and push the enemy back to claim vital ground in this intense mode
  • Conquest – An all-time Battlefield classic, this vast game mode includes up to 64 players who battle for control of key locations on the map
  • Domination – Fast-paced, infantry-based combat in close quarters where you’ll see the enemy up close and personal and where the fighting revolves around significant strategic objectives
  • Final Stand – There can only be one team left standing, and this tie-breaking conclusion to Grand Operations will determine the winner
  • Frontlines – An intense tug-of-war battle where one single key area at a time is contested
  • Team Deathmatch – Kill or be killed is the name of the game; inflict as many casualties on the enemy as possible to emerge victorious

Check out a super detailed look at capture points and map description right here.

Arras:

Arras at a Glance

Units:

  • Infantry
  • Tanks
  • Aircraft

Size:

  • Medium-Large

Tempo:

  • Moderate

Playstyle
Arras is about all-out warfare, meaning everybody will have a place and a chance to shine with their personal playstyle. There are open areas where tanks and planes will prefer to fight, but also hectic, infantry-friendly zones like the center of the map, where snipers can take advantage of the bird’s-eye view made possible by the church, the map’s highest point.

For this setting (and for Battlefield™ V in general) we’ve got a killer tip: build Fortifications. On open fields, they give you the option to build trenches, which will be a much wiser way to get around than exposing yourself like a sitting duck. On top of creating new routes, Fortifications can block routes for the enemy, too.

Available Game Modes

Arras offers players the opportunity to take on a wide variety of modes, including:

  • Breakthrough – Fight to control sectors as an attacker and push the enemy back to claim vital ground in this intense mode
  • Conquest – An all-time Battlefield™ classic, this vast game mode includes up to 64 players who battle for control of key locations on the map
  • Domination – Fast-paced, infantry-based combat in close quarters is where you’ll see the enemy up close and personal and where the fighting revolves around significant strategic objectives
  • Final Stand – There can only be one team left standing, and this tie-breaking conclusion to Grand Operations will determine the winner
  • Frontlines – An intense tug-of-war battle where one single key area at a time is contested
  • Team Deathmatch – Kill or be killed is the name of the game; inflict as many casualties on the enemy as possible to emerge victorious.

Check out a super detailed look at capture points and map description right here.

Fjell 652:

Fjell 652 at a Glance

Units:

  • Infantry
  • Aircraft

Size:

  • Small

Tempo:

  • Fast

Play Style

Anyone who prefers infantry-focused, rapid close combat is going to spend a lot of time on Fjell 652. This map has a lot in common with the Battlefield 1 map Argonne Forest, particularly its small size and closed environment. Fjell 652, however, isn’t as linear as its predecessor, so it’s less a funnel than an open-air warren of complicated, narrow passages and rocky barriers. Another difference between the two is the addition of aircraft; planes can dart in and around the peaks dogfighting or strafing enemy positions. Control the summit and force the enemy pilots to prove their skills in the gorges below.

Available Game Modes

Fjell 652 offers players the opportunity to take on a wide variety of modes, including:

  • Breakthrough – Fight to control sectors as an attacker and push the enemy back to claim vital ground in this intense mode.
  • Conquest – An all-time Battlefield classic, this vast game mode includes up to 64 players who battle for control of key locations on the map.
  • Domination – Fast-paced, infantry-based combat in close quarters where you’ll see the enemy up close and personal and where the fighting revolves around significant strategic objectives.
  • Final Stand – There can only be one team left standing, and this tie-breaking conclusion to Grand Operations will determine the winner.
  • Team Deathmatch – Kill or be killed is the name of the game, inflict as many casualties on the enemy as possible to emerge victorious.

Check out a super detailed look at capture points and map description right here.

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