New PvP Maps in the “Icebreaker” update:
Players will be brought to fight the enemy team on the hot sands of Nevada, storm the enemy position in urban areas, defuse the bomb at the top of a skyscraper, hold the control positions in severely snowy mountains, and even storm an oil rig.
- “Trailer Park” map, Team Deathmatch mode
Blackwood Enemy soldiers have surfaced in a suburb of a small Nevada city near an airport. Whatever they are planning doesn't bode well for the Warface faction, so waiting around for trouble is not an option – the plan is to strike first. As intelligence is trying to pick up some more information about this area, orders are to head out to the helicopter asap!
- “Destination” map, Plant the Bomb mode
Intelligence sources picked up information that the enemy is planning to plant a bomb inside a skyscraper in the Asian region. The roof of the building is not particularly wide, but it has several levels comprised of ventilation shafts, greenhouses and crawl spaces, so there are plenty of ways to get to the main mission’s objective.
- "Invasion” map, Storm mode
A laboratory developing limited-scope nuclear weapons is getting some attention from Blackwood. If the enemies get into the territory, they’ll obtain more than mere documents and warheads, but also lots of deadly radioactive materials. And this is all inside a densely populated urban block! To control the sector, players need to capture three key points, in order, one by one.
- “Platform” map, Blitz mode
This frantic setting takes players to a two-level oil rig in the Atlantic Ocean near the southern shores of Argentina. There is a massive bomb on the upper floor, and that means Warface will have to go in. The defense team will have to split up to hold the position as the attackers have four points where they can penetrate with explosives such as the main gates and the upper floor.
- “Subzero” map, Domination mode
The battle will take place in harsh winter conditions on this snowy map. Players can move between cover out in the open fields or advance through the trenches if they want to double back on the enemy and surprise them. It is advised to not get caught up in the firefight as permanent control of at least two control points will be the way to earn a clear victory.