Battlefield V deploys Marita
The Marita map is now live in Battlefield V.
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Battlefield V’s newest map, Marita, officially went live this morning. Set in a once idyllic mountain village in Greece, players will lead their squads to victory on the steep slopes of this fast paced, intense map.
It’s 1941, and the Battle of Greece continues as Allied forces cling desperately to every inch they can hold while Axis forces do their best to crush them beneath their iron heel. Whether you choose to dig in for a last stand with the defenders or try to overwhelm your enemies with the attackers, you’ll need to be prepared for the map’s verticality. Holding the high ground is imperative, especially in the main village, but even the more rural areas contain slopes, walls, and multi-story homes offering a variety of options to players. While there are transport vehicles available to use in Conquest, this map was made for close-quarters infantry combat – where all four Classes will be able to make their mark in the battle.
Marita caters to fans of close combat and infantry-focused battles, featuring Capture Points within tighter proximity than usual on farms, cliffsides and bridges. Soldiers can delve into a variety of game modes including Conquest, Breakthrough, Squad Contest and Team Deathmatch.