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"The North African desert heat reaches unprecedented levels in the firefights of one of Battlefield V’s launch maps, an Axis airfield set ablaze by a recent Allied bombardment. Welcome to Aerodrome."

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Aerodrome is a map set to be featured in Battlefield V. It was first seen in the This is Battlefield V trailer. The map takes inspiration from British attacks on German installations, airfields and supply lines in Libya during the westward retreat of the Afrika Korps, commanded by Erwin "The Desert Fox" Rommel, during 1942 and 1943.[2]


OverviewEdit

Flag LayoutEdit

ConquestEdit

Battlefield V Aerodrome Conquest Layout

EquipmentEdit

Each team is allocated two tanks, available from their northern spawn point, in addition to three light vehicles. The map also supports one tank and two gun carriers per team, spawnable through Squad Reinforcements.[3]

DeploymentsEdit

FlagsEdit

A: DepotEdit

B: CheckpointEdit

C: AerodromeEdit

D: BarracksEdit

E: HangarsEdit

F: RadarEdit

Grand OperationsEdit

Aerodrome is the second map in the North African Grand Operation known as Operation Battle Axe, following on from days one and two fought on Hamada.

BreakthroughEdit

Day three of the Operation requires the British forces to attack and hold distinct lines of advance in order to roll back the German defenders and clear the airfield.

Sector 1Edit

The attackers have five tanks at this first stage, but have none in all subsequent sectors.

Sector 2Edit

Sector 3Edit

Sector 4Edit

Final StandEdit

Should no clear victor emerge on day three, teams will make one final effort to win the fourth day.


FrontlinesEdit

Each side is allocated two tanks and one transport vehicle. Squad Reinforcement vehicles are disabled in this mode.


GalleryEdit


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