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Published on October 14th, 2011 | by Brandon


>Battlefield 3 multiplayer maps revealed


While many of us have already seen and/or played Operation Métro and Caspian Border, the other Battlefield 3 maps had thus far remained a mystery.  However, DICE has finally unveiled the other multiplayer maps we can expect to play on launch day.  You can check out pictures of each map below, along with a brief description.  For a full rundown with more pictures, plus blurbs and designer commentary about each map, head over to the official Battleblog posts here and here.
Damavand Peak: Players start out on a mountain ridge and base jump 500 meters down to a mining facility below. Features the most extreme height differences ever in a Battlefield map.
Operation Firestorm:  Large, vehicle-friendly desert map with burning oil fields, contrasted against a clear blue sky.
Operation Métro: Diverse, infantry-driven map that takes players through a park, bombed-out subway tunnels, and finally, the Paris stock exchange.
Tehran Highway:  Players start on the hills at the outskirts of Tehran and work their way into town as rockets light up the night sky.
Caspian Border: All-out vehicle warfare in a lush forest environment.
Grand Bazaar:  Urban map that features a lot of close-quarters combat on the city streets in the center of Tehran.
Noshahr Canals:  This map features a mix of infantry, land vehicle, and boat gameplay as Marines launch an assault on an Iranian industrial harbor.
Kharg Island:  Boat gameplay makes another appearance as players attempt to assault a heavily defended beach on an island in the Persian Gulf.

Seine Crossing:  Americans must cross the River Seine as they push to invade Russian-occupied Paris.

Images courtesy EA, DICE

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6 Responses to >Battlefield 3 multiplayer maps revealed

  1. Fowlers says:

    >Nothing to do with the post but….holy jesus Extra Life donations are over $25,000 now

  2. derp says:

    >looks awesome, but its kinda stupid that back to karkand is dlc

    also RIP Dennis Ritchie

  3. ProfScienceJ says:

    >They look pretty amazing to me and I am pretty excited for all of these maps. I may be in the minority though because I actually liked both caspian border and operation metro.

  4. sirniblet says:

    >I think they all look pretty good, a nice balance between urban and open.

  5. ApotheosisNemesis says:

    Karkand comes later as DLC, will be free for people who pre-ordered. Very disappointing when they came out with the fact that it won't be there day-1 like they promised.

  6. dominick says:

    >what about kharkand



Brandon started his PC gaming days playing Doom II (IDDQD/IDKFA for life) and has been hooked on online gaming since the original Starsiege: Tribes. The way to his heart is through proper grammar, corn dogs, and cookie cake.

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