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"Rotterdam’s beautiful and complex architecture built tall by hands and machinery now rests scattered as heaps of rubble in Battlefield V’s Devastation map. The range, trajectory, and explosive yield of bombs dropped from above have reshaped the city into a no-man’s-land of ash and remains for soldiers to fight over."

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Devastation is a map set to be featured in Battlefield V. The map is set during the Battle of Rotterdam which was a part of the Battle of the Netherlands campaign in May 1940. The map takes place after Rotterdam, being set after the German bombing of the city on May 14th which virtually destroyed the entire city. One of the few historic buildings left standing after the raid, St. Lawrence church, is featured on the map.


Flag LayoutEdit


Battlefield V Devastation Conquest Layout


Ground vehicle complement is one tank and two transport vehicles per side, with a maximum of one tank and two gun carrier halftracks available for spawning with Squad Reinforcements.[1]


A: Train WreckEdit

B: LibraryEdit

C: CathedralEdit

D: CinemaEdit

E: Old MallEdit

Grand OperationsEdit

Battlefield V Devastation Grand Operations - Frontlines Layout

Devastation is the second map in the Raid on Rotterdam Grand Operations, following Rotterdam.[2]


The third day of Operations uses the Frontlines game type. There is only one central capture point - taking it gives the conquering team a shot at destroying any of the three enemy base objectives by escorting a Bomb to its location.

No vehicles are available in this mode, except for one slot available for a Squad Reinforcement tank call-in.

Final StandEdit

The tie-breaking conclusion of Grand Operations.


Although there are no vehicles provided as default, a tank and two halftracks can be called in as reinforcements.

Sector 1Edit

Sector 2Edit

Sector 3Edit


Battlefield V Devastation Frontlines Layout

This version uses a different objective layout to the one presented in Grand Operations. This time, reaching the end of a sequential row of five capture points renders the opposing team's pair of objectives vulnerable to demolition.

As in Grand Operations Frontlines, no vehicles as provided as default, but a single tank can be called in with squad points to assist.


Battlefield V Devastation Domination Layout

Domination takes place around the west side of the map.