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A classic map from Battlefield 3 has made its way to Battlefield V

By Tim Augustin - on 4 Oct 2019, 4:53pm

A classic map from Battlefield 3 has made its way to Battlefield V

If you’re a Battlefield fan, you’re all too familiar with Operation Métro – a fan favourite map from Battlefield 3 and 4. The series’ tradition of underground-themed maps now continues with Battlefield V.

Battlefield V is getting a reimagined version of Operation Métro, titled Operation Underground. The map was released yesterday, and is set in the underground subway tunnels of a fallen German city. The map also includes the German city itself, meaning that players will have to fight both underground and above ground. 

Dice wrote about the map

With our original designer of Métro at the helm, Operation Underground keeps the former map’s intense close-quarter combat in a highly recognizable environment and removes bottlenecks that could make a match stale. In addition, new flanking routes and gameplay dynamics are added to double down on the fun.

The map can be played in Conquest, Squad Contest, Breakthrough, Team Deathmatch, and for limited time periods, Rush. 

Battlefield fans can breathe a sigh of relief – new content is finally here. The game just received a sandbox map in Al-Sundan days ago and it's now getting Operation Underground. It’s a breath of fresh air after the months upon months of buggy and stale gameplay, with little to no map releases to speak of. 

There's still more to look forward to though. Next month will see Chapter 5 of Battlefield V’s Theatre of War, which will add Japanese-themed maps, weapons and cosmetics. Hopefully, this is a sign of good things to come for Battlefield fans.