Chapter 4: Defying the Odds is bringing new maps to Battlefield V this summer. The maps will feature all-out vehicle warfare and close quarter infantry battles.
The first map coming at the start of Chapter 4 is “Al Sundan”, it’s built for what we love in the Battlefield series, big distances, vehicle-based gameplay, and battles across all ranges. This map is based on the single player war story in the game, Under No Flag, in the vast North African desert.
Marita comes next in July, bringing the second of the two Greece maps after Mercury launched in Chapter 3: Trial by Fire, and sees the Battle of Greece rage on. Marita brings players to a gorgeous mountainside with cobblestone roads overlooking a river and features infantry-focused combat where Allied forces are making a last stand to halt the Axis army.
For those who prefer close quarter battles, two maps which are tailored just for that are coming later in the summer. The first will have you blowing up an explosives production factory in Lofoten Islands, and the other unseating the Axis occupation in Provence.
Finally, the thing that I’m most excited about, Operation Underground will be added in October. Operation Underground is the iconic Operation Metro from Battlefield 3. This time, with 80% less rage, since WW2 happened around 50 years before the USAS-12 and explosive shotgun ammo were a thing (Thanks again for that experience EA).
For a deeper look at all of this content and more you tune into the EA Play Battlefield V livestream this Saturday, June 8 at 10:30am PT.