Top 5 map remakes we want in Battlefield 4
The Battlefield series is known for taking popular maps and remaking them, giving them a new spin for new players. And we’re certain that Battlefield 4 maps will feature some remakes from old classics. It’s already been rumored that Road to Jalalabad is on the drawing board, and previous rumors of DLC suggested old BF2 maps such as Dalian Plan and Great Wall might be released as a DLC.
Battlefield 4 map remakes
There is no shortage of awesome Battlefield maps to chose from when it comes to remakes. We’ve hand picked 5 classic maps from the series that we would love to see remade in Battlefield 4. Let us know what you think!
5: Operation Metro
Love it or hate it, Operation Metro was probably the most played BF3 map to date. Its tight, in door combat scene meant that players could amass a lot of kills and points in short time, but it also meant that there was plenty of grenade spamming and general mayhem.
Because of its size, Operation Metro offered some of the most intense combat of any Battlefield map to date. We hope DICE brings it back in Battlefield 4, but with several fixes. At the very least, the map could be expanded with additional passageways and capture points.
4: Caspian Border
The first big conquest map showcased in BF3 was Caspian Border. It was the second map available in the BF3 beta, and it instantly became a hit. It’s one of the most balanced maps in the series, and visually very distinct, with lush, green environments everywhere. We would love to see an improved version in Battlefield 4 with the new Frostbite 3 game engine.
3: Wake Island
Wake Island has been in every Battlefield since its first introduction in BF1942 over ten years ago. Most recently, it was part of the Back To Karkand DLC in BF3, and we’re certain that another version of Wake Island will be in Battlefield 4. However, we hope DICE puts a new spin on it, as despite its history, Wake Island wasn’t a very popular map in BF3.
2: Markaz Monolith
Markaz Monolith was part of the Aftermath DLC for BF3, and was a map unlike anything we had seen in the Battlefield series so far. The city was destroyed, buildings had collapsed, there was rubble everywhere. In fact, all 4 new maps in Aftermath were excellent and near perfect in terms of balance.
Battlefield is known for its urban combat maps, and Markaz Monolith (and its close relative, Epicenter) took that to a whole new level. We can only imagine how much better and more detailed it would look in Battlefield 4 with Frostbite 3.
1: Strike At Karkand
Strike at Karkand isn’t just one of the most popular maps ever in the Battlefield series, it’s one of the most popular maps in any multiplayer shooter to date. Strike at Karand is to Battlefield what de_dust is to Counter Strike: that one classic map that never gets old no matter how many times you play.
In BF3, DICE took Strike At Karkand to a whole new level, with new buildings and tons of details. The map was practically perfect in BF3, and we’d be fine with a straight port in Battlefield 4. But knowing DICE, Strike at Karkand in Battlefield 4 will probably get even better.
What Battlefield 4 maps would you like see remade from old classics? Let us know in the comments section!