All Battlefield 4 Multiplayer Maps Revealed

Battlefield 4 is just about a month away and we couldn’t wait any longer to reveal the full map list that you’ll get to experience in the game. You’ll be able to choose from 10 maps, playable on all seven game modes. The maps vary from the open Chinese metropolis in Siege of Shanghai and the violent seas of Paracel Storm to the flooded inner city streets of Flood Zone. Another map, Zavod 311, takes the fight in a completely different direction, which we wanted to highlight here as we unveiled it this week at the Eurogamer Expo in London.

BF4 - Zavod 311_WM

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. Deep within the factory is an active warhead, which players can detonate to send a towering chimney crashing to the ground. Doing this opens up gameplay paths and routes previously not available while closing others, and making the use of ground vehicles extremely difficult in the area. Players will also find munitions depots filled with highly explosive materials spread across the map that they can use to their advantage.

Check out the full list of maps coming on October 29:

- Siege of Shanghai

- Paracel Storm

- Zavod 311

- Lancang Dam

- Flood Zone

- Rogue Transmission

- Hainan Resort

- Dawnbreaker

- Operation Locker

- Golmud Railway

What do you think the experience will be like in the other new maps? Let us know in the comments.

Battlefield 4 begins its release on October 29, 2013 and will be available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. Pre-order the Digital Deluxe Edition and get access to the exclusive Battlefield 4 Beta on Oct 1.

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  • 1n5lr 10.17.13 at 13:52

    Gutted, i heard a rumour that since this time the other side is china again Dice would bring back Dragon Valley! shame!

  • virtuel player 10.14.13 at 12:59

    yes i agree, i loved playing metro bf3, close contact, im not interested in all the arms in the game, just sniper, LMG, shotgun, smoke. metro was great for that.

    • BMDC 10.15.13 at 00:03

      Metro was fantastic on 32 and 48 player modes, though 64 player was just a grenade spam fest. There was no greater feeling than turning a corner with an LMG or a semi-auto shotgun with extended mags and finding 10 enemies all with their backs turned towards you.

  • SilentBarrel121 10.10.13 at 07:48

    Next gen consoles and, I guess, current PC’s will have 64 player servers. Maps, even close quarter ones, need to be larger or else it is too crowded, too confusing and a complete sausage fest. Besides, in the second assault map pack. Maybe their bringing a revamped Operation Metro.

    • XxPyrotechnicxX 10.14.13 at 18:06

      Operation Locker will be close quarters, or just get the second assult pack with metro

  • rustcifyy 10.08.13 at 16:23

    Really hope there’s a close quarters map like metro in bf4

    • btgamer3 10.10.13 at 04:16

      Don’t take my word for it, but I think operation locker is going to be like that but a bit bigger in length

  • WeezelKing13 10.07.13 at 14:03

    WeezelKing13 10.07.13 at 14:01
    Everyone is dumb we’re playing a next gen game on crapy current consoles. On top of that this games in beta, a trial. In a beta there not testing the final graphics but the games servers and mechanics.

  • GHOST_DULA 10.05.13 at 02:28

    I liked the beta. yeah it has some issues but im confidant dice will fix them. As for the overall game i think it’s gonna be great. I also believe the game looks great on current gen systems, as long as your having fun who cares. Remember when games was about overall quality and not just graphics well thats what this game does for me i have fun every time I play even BF3 so thanks DICE keep up the good work

    • electoblaze 10.11.13 at 02:52

      I completely agree with you. Nice to see a genuine battlefield player, and not the usual troll comment you find littering the forums.

  • The_Matrix29 10.05.13 at 01:08

    this is the pc I have:
    3770k, 16gb ram, windows 7, gtx 680 2gb
    im having really low fps on the beta and I think I need to upgrade, so I was thinking…gtx780 or wait until r9-290x….but I like nividia a lot more, had bad luck with AMD, im playing on a 30″ 1080p 60HZ monitor, I don’t want to drop under 60 fps…..

    • dsr07mm 10.06.13 at 17:01

      FX8350 @ 4.4, HD7950 3GB Core Freq clocked to 1125mhz, 4gb ram (although I will get +4 for full game) works really smooth here. Everything maxed out except AA and sampling on normal. Looks really good aswel. Frames do drop sometimes on 30 but that doesnt affect sniping or any aiming.

    • 3vil_M3lon 10.07.13 at 16:27

      I have a gtx780, i7 4770K and 8gb ram. I’m playing the game in 1080P at ultra, and it doesn’t drop below the 60fps, thus you should be fine with a gtx780. :)

      • Lagunaii 10.25.13 at 10:43

        i7 980, 12gb DDR3
        Just installed the R9 290x running stock clocks. Used to be on 2 x 6970 in Crossfire.
        I have never seen BF3 run this smooth… 120FPS in Ultra… can’t wait to see BF4 :-)

    • SilentBarrel121 10.10.13 at 07:52

      I don’t use PC for Battlefield, but I will suggest that you use whatever is going to give you the best performance you can get.

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