Operation Overview – The Maps
There are four extra-small maps that offer their own unique Cold War-inspired locale. Because they’re small in size, these four maps play host to intense and fast-paced battles.
Test your close-quarters gunfighting skills on the glitzy game show set in Los Angeles, California.
This map is divided into several clear lanes, including the stage, behind the stage, front of the stage, and the dressing rooms. Use the contestant podiums for cover or dive underneath the stage to the dressing rooms to come up behind on the other end of the stage.
Because of how the lanes funnel into key chokepoints around the maps, teams should expect to fend off flanks and unconventional attacks from the enemy duo.
This nuclear missile silo deep in the Cheyenne Mountain Complex of Colorado features a circular design that allows players to rotate around the center for frenetic out-in-the-open combat.
With a bit of practice, the curved walls around the facility can be used to bank equipment pieces at unique angles, should they be available in a random loadout.
There’s a little more safety on the edges with crates and desks for cover, while a tunnel running underneath the middle can be utilized to take out opponents with a quick flanking maneuver.
A straightforward map that will take teams right into the headquarters of the Soviet Union’s secretive intelligence apparatus.
This building boasts high ceilings, large marble columns decorated with hammer and sickle flags, and a polished floor populated with desks and tall bookcases.
There are a lot of options to engage – around desks, over bookcases, or from upon high on the balconies – which should make this map highly competitive.
Descend into an abandoned underground subway tunnel in West Germany beneath the Berlin Wall that now serves as a black market for weapons.
This is as tight-quarters as you can get, as teams will storm the parked train and open subway carriage for cover.
Take up position behind graffiti-covered pillars or get up close by dropping down on the debris-laden tracks for more aggressive play.