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Battlefield 4 multiplayer maps and modes available day one

DICE, shortly after revealing the new improvements to its Battlelog, has now dished out more information. This time its about the multiplayer experience we can expect on day one, with multiplayer maps and modes being announced.

Returning modes will include;

  • Conquest
  • Team Deathmatch
  • Rush
  • Squad Deathmatch
  • Domination

With two new modes: Obliteration and Defuse. Obliteration involves planting the bomb and blowing up objective points, Defuse on the other hand, is a small 5 vs 5 team game. Each squad member has one life and the objectives are: Either eliminate the enemy team or destroy their objective.

Along with the seven multiplayer modes we now know the list of maps we can wage war on.

They include:

  • Siege of Shanghai
  • Paracel Storm
  • Zavod 311
  • Lancang Dam
  • Flood Zone
  • Rogue Transmission
  • Hainan Resort
  • Dawnbreaker
  • Operation Locker
  • Golmud Railway

For the most part the map names won’t mean anything to us until we see them for ourselves. However, DICE did detail the map Zavod 311: “Zavod 311 puts players in a Soviet tank factory that dates back to the Cold War era. Long abandoned, Mother Nature has completely taken over the facility and now overgrown trees and bushes cover the compound.”

The Battlefield 4 beta starts on the 1st of October but you can pre load the game ready for then on the 29th of September. The official release comes a month later on the 1st of November, which isn’t a very big time window for a beta but that shouldn’t matter much, I doubt a game this high profile is going to come out broken [*Cough* EA – Ed.]

KitGuru Says: Battlefield 4 is looming and I’m looking forward to trying it out. Having found Battlefield 3 a bit hard to jump in to earlier this year, I don’t want to be late to the game this time around. Are you eagerly awaiting release day?

Sources: PC Gamer

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