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For other uses of "Operation", see Operation (Disambiguation)
Not to be confused with the Battlefield V gamemode, Grand Operations


Operations is a gamemode featured in Battlefield 1. The mode consists of two or three maps in sequence that are narratively linked to one another, with attackers aiming to push the frontline forward to continue on to the next map, and the defenders' trying to hold ground while reducing the attackers' tickets to zero.

Shock Operations is a variant of Operations in Battlefield 1 introduced in the June 2018 update. Unlike normal Operations, Shock Operations does not span multiple maps allowing for shorter play time in matches.

GameplayEdit

Main article: Breakthrough

Operations uses the Breakthrough game type, where each map is split up into a series of sectors with either one, two or three capture points within each. The attackers must capture and hold all objectives in a sector before they are allowed to push onto the next. Defenders must contest each sector while inflicting as many casualties on the attackers as possible. If the attackers manage to conquer all sectors in a given map, they proceed to the next map where they must do the same to win the operation. In the case of the Oil of Empires operation, the attackers must push through a third map before they are victorious. After each sector, both teams receive a 3-point rating of their performance, ranging for "Weak", "Average" to "Strong", based on the number of attacker losses that were incurred or inflicted, respective of teams.

BattalionsEdit

In Operations the Attacking team fields three battalions with which to capture all maps within an operation. If the ticket number of a battalion is reduced to zero, the next battalion resumes attack on the same sector with a Behemoth supporting them. Should a single battalion manage to secure a map, the defenders may acquire their own Behemoth to meet them at the next map.

There is typically 250 tickets per battalion. Tickets for a battalion can be replenished in a number of ways. Securing a sector awards 50 tickets, while killing a defender that is retreating from a secured sector grants an additional 3 tickets. As in Conquest, the Medic class can revive players to prevent ticket losses. Once a battalion progresses to a new map, their tickets are replenished to 250.

OutcomesEdit

Attackers win an operation by securing all sectors on the last map in a given operation, while defenders win by destroying all three attacker battalions before they can accomplish this. At the end of an operation, the sector rating for each team is totalled to provide an overall evaluation of effectiveness, from minor, major, or total victory/defeat.

Unlike other gamemodes, the gamemode features cutscenes and narration specific to each Operation. A female narrator describes the historical context of the battle when selecting an operation from the menu and when transitioning between maps in an operation. Their ending dialogue changes based on which team won, and will describe either the real world outcome of the battle or speculate on any ahistorical result. Each team also has a faction-specific officer narrator that delivers dialogue during gameplay, explaining the key objectives in a map flythrough when a player first joins a game, and also expounding thematic dialogue when a battalion is defeated, the map changes, and when the operation is over. The officers' dialogue is also subject to change based on the battle outcomes.

Battlefield 1Edit

List of OperationsEdit

"Breakthrough or Defend the Sectors

An epic journey with battles from the Great War. Attackers need to capture the flags & break through the enemy lines held by the defenders."

— In-game Description


This item has a Codex entry: Breakthrough at Last
Battlefield 1 Turning Tides Operation

Operations menu as of the release of Turning Tides (1st wave), with "Gallipoli" selected

Four Operations are available for play in the base game, along with an additional five in expansion packs, each chronicling a different front or offensive of the war. Most of the Operations are based on engagements late into the war, such as the Meuse-Argonne and the Spring Offensive of 1918. The length of each Operation differs from one another, with Oil of Empires being the longest with 13 sectors across 3 maps and Devil's Anvil being the shortest with 6 sectors across 2 maps.


Beyond The MarneEdit

BF1 Operations Beyond the Marne Map
"The mechanized French attacks during the second battle of the Marne in 1918."

— In-game overview


Beyond The Marne is one of two Operations included in the They Shall Not Pass expansion pack. Tells of the Aisne-Marne counter-offensive during the Second Battle of the Marne in 1918 with the French Army up against the Imperial German Army on Soissons and Rupture. The French are given 3 Battalions to complete the Operation. There are 8 sectors in total.

LocationsEdit

Brusilov OffensiveEdit

Battlefield 1 Operations Brusilov Offensive
This item has a Codex entry: Brusilov Offensive


"The Russian army deploys new tactics on the Eastern Front in 1916."

— In-game overview


Brusilov Offensive is one of two Operations included in the In the Name of the Tsar expansion pack. It is based off the Brusilov Offensive (also known as the June Advance) that occurred between June and September 1916 and focuses on the Russian Army's attack on the Central Powers, namely Austro-Hungarian Empire, in the Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria. There are 8 sectors in total.

LocationsEdit

Conquer HellEdit

BF1 Operations Conquerhell Map
This item has a Codex entry: Conquer Hell


"The battles during the Meuse Argonne in 1918 have been described as "hell on earth"."

— In-game overview


Conquer Hell is centered around the Meuse-Argonne Offensive, the largest offensive in United States military history, pitting the United States Army against the Imperial German Army near the end of the war. The Operation features the maps Ballroom Blitz and Argonne Forest, and the Americans have 3 Battalions to complete the Operation. There are 9 sectors in total.

LocationsEdit
GalleryEdit

Devil's AnvilEdit

BF1 Operations Devil's Anvil Map
"The initial battle of Verdun in 1916 and the later struggle for Fort Vaux."

— In-game overview


Devil's Anvil is one of two Operations included in the They Shall Not Pass expansion pack. features the Battle of Verdun, one of the biggest and longest-lasting battles of the Great War, where the Imperial German Army attacks the French Army. The Operation includes the maps Verdun Heights and Fort De Vaux, along with 3 Battalions available to complete the Operation. There are 6 sectors in total.

LocationsEdit

GallipolliEdit

Battlefield 1 Operations Gallipoli Maps
This item has a Codex entry: Operation Gallipoli


"The Allies combined arms assault against the Ottoman Empire at the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915."

— In-game overview


Gallipoli, also known as Operation Gallipoli, is an Operations included in Turning Tides expansion pack. features the Gallipoli Campaign that took place on the Gallipoli Peninsula between British Army against the Ottoman Empire, with the British having 3 Battalions available to complete the Operation. The Operation includes the maps Cape Helles and Achi Baba. There are 8 sectors in total.

LocationsEdit

Iron WallsEdit

BF1 Operations Ironwalls Map
This item has a Codex entry: Iron Walls


"The final battles along the Italian Front in the fall of 1918."

— In-game overview


Iron Walls is based on the Italian offensive during the Battle of Vittorio Veneto, the final engagement of the Italian front. The Kingdom of Italy battles the Austro-Hungarian Empire on Monte Grappa and Empire's Edge, with the Italians having 3 Battalions available to complete the Operation. This is the second longest Operation, with 11 total Sectors.

LocationsEdit
GalleryEdit

KaiserschlachtEdit

BF1 Operations Kaiserschlacht Map
This item has a Codex entry: Kaiserschlacht


"Kaiserschlacht — or the Kaiser's battle — is based upon the massive German spring offensives in 1918."

— In-game overview


Kaiserschlacht (German: Kaiser's Battle) follows Operation Michael of the German's 1918 Spring Offensive. Imperial German Army forces attack the British Army defenses at St. Quentin Scar and Amiens, possessing 3 Battalions to complete the Operation. The Operation holds 9 Sectors in total.

LocationsEdit
GalleryEdit

Oil of EmpiresEdit

BF1 Operations Oilofempires Map
This item has a Codex entry: Oil of Empires


"A British quest for oil and dominance of the entire Middle East."

— In-game overview


Oil of Empires chronicles the British Empire's efforts to control oil supplies in the Middle Eastern Theater, including the Fao Landing and Raid on the Suez Canal. The British Army attacks Ottoman defenses at Fao Fortress, Sinai Desert, and Suez, with 3 Battalions to complete the Operation. This is the longest Operation, with 13 Sectors across 3 maps.

LocationsEdit
  • Fao Fortress – Al-Faw Peninsula - 4 Sectors
  • Suez – Western Banks of the Canal - 5 Sectors
  • Sinai Desert – East of El-Jifar - 4 Sectors
GalleryEdit

Red TideEdit

Battlefield 1 Operation Red Tide
This item has a Codex entry: Operation Red Tide


"The Russian Red and White armies clash in civil war during 1919."

— In-game overview


Red Tide is an Operation featured in the game's In the Name of the Tsar expansion pack. The Operation primarily focuses on the Russian Civil War, with the communist Red Army crossing through the Volga River and fighting their way into the city of Tsaritsyn against the anti-communist White Army. There are 7 sectors in total.

LocationsEdit

Operation CampaignsEdit

Operation Campaign EOR
"Operation Campaigns expands on the fan-favorite Operations and its frontline clashes between attackers and defenders. Operations you already know are stringed together to create an even vaster and more epic way of playing Battlefield 1. When an Operation Campaign is active, you can take on the Operations it consists of, and if you complete enough matches and score enough points you’ll be rewarded."

Gamemode Overview - Battlefield.com


Operation Campaigns are time-limited events that requires the player to play on selected Operations and earn 25,000 points on each Operation to receive a special Battlepack and a puzzle piece.

Eastern StormEdit

This item has a Codex entry: Eastern Storm

Eastern Storm is the first Operation Campaign combined between Brusilov Offensive and Red Tide. It was active between 8 November 2017 to 22 November 2017, 27 February 2018 to 12 March 2018, 24 to 30 April 2018, 23 May to 11 June 2018 and 4 September to 23 September 2018.[1]

Fall of EmpiresEdit

This item has a Codex entry: Fall of Empires

Fall of Empires is the second Operation Campaign combined between Conquer Hell and Iron Walls. It was active between 22 November 2017 to 6 December 2017, 13 March to 26 March 2018, 12 June to 2 July 2018 and 24 September to 14 October 2018.[2]

Fire and IceEdit

This item has a Codex entry: Fire and Ice

Fire and Ice is the third Operation Campaign combined between Devil's Anvil and Brusilov Offensive. It was active between 9 January 2018 to 22 January 2018, 27 March 2018 to 9 April 2018, 2 May 2018 to 14 May 2018 and 3 July 2018 to 23 July 2018.[3] This is the first Operation Campaign that combined two Operations from different expansion packs (They Shall Not Pass and In the Name of the Tsar).

DICE also made this Operation Campaign and all future campaigns available to all players to ensure the servers are as full as possible and reduced amount of points required from 30,000 to 25,000.[4]

Beginning of the EndEdit

This item has a Codex entry: Beginning of the End

Beginning of the End is the fourth Operation Campaign combined between Kaiserschlacht and Beyond the Marne. It was active between 30 January 2018 to 11 February 2018, 24 July 2018 to 13 August 2018 and 8 November 2018 to 26 November 2018.[5]

Blood and SandEdit

This item has a Codex entry: Blood and Sand

Blood and Sand is the fifth Operation Campaign, combined between Oil of Empires and Gallipoli. It was active between 13 February 2018 to 26 February 2018, 10 April 2018 to 23 April 2018 and 14 August 2018 to 2 September 2018.[6]

GalleryEdit

Achievements/TrophiesEdit

Main article: Battlefield 1 Achievements and Trophies
Image Name Criteria Achievement Points Trophy Type
Operations Operations Win 1 Operation in Multiplayer 10G Bronze Trophy
The Revolution is Coming The Revolution is Coming Play all "In the Name of the Tsar" operations 25G Bronze Trophy
Become Operational Become Operational Complete the Gallipoli Operation 50G Bronze Trophy

TriviaEdit

  • Both the 64 and 40 player modes original granted the attackers 150 tickets per battalion until the 1.04 update. Additionally when securing sectors, only 30 tickets were awarded for both modes. Killing retreating defenders originally only awarded 2 tickets per kill. These changes were made because, according to DICE, the defenders won more often than the attackers.
  • The December 2016 patch reduced appearances of the Behemoths in certain situations, such as when defenders have been swept off a map by the attackers' last battalion.
  • When the game originally launched, all players had to exit out of a server once an operation ended as there was no rotation implemented for Operations unlike other the game modes.
  • As of the May 2017 patch for the game, a limited rotation exists where players switch sides and play the same operation again after it ends.
  • Operation Campaigns Update which was released on October 12, 2017 removed the 40-player variant of Operations. This was done to reduce the odds of matchmaking into empty lobbys. The 40-player variant differed from the 64-player variant by issuing 200 tickets to attackers instead of 250. Additionally, attackers could gain up to 30 tickets after capturing a sector instead of 50.
  • Grand Operations was previously used to distinguish the 64-player version of the gamemode from the 40-player "normal" Operations. The name was reused to refer to the general gamemode in Battlefield V.
  • In the January 2018 patch, Operation Campaigns began to give out puzzle pieces as a reward for completing the campaign.

Related GamemodesEdit

ReferencesEdit

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