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Brusilov Keep
BF1 Tsar Brusilov concept

Battlefield 1

Part of the

World War I


Flag of Russia Russian Empire vs. BF1 Austro-Hungarian Empire Icon Austria-Hungary


Carpathian Mountains, Eastern Europe

"The Russians have pushed their enemy into a small mountain town, but the Austro-Hungarians are making a strong stand. Experience close-quarter fights by the Carpathians on an infantry-focused map."

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Brusilov Keep is a map set to be featured in the Battlefield 1: In the Name of the Tsar expansion, named after the Brusilov Offensive, one of the most lethal offensives in world history.


Combat takes place along the south slope of a mountain, near the river crossing of a rail line. A main road passes through town and over a sturdy bridge, and a path further uphill also connects both halves of the map.


The Armored Train appears along the south side of the map.

Control PointsEdit

Control Point Conquest Domination Operations Rush
Russian Deployment 26px
Hilltop Battery A Sector 1
[East Bank] Sector 2
Bercheza Bridge B
Samara River C
[West Bank] Sector 3
Supply Depot D Sector 4
Austro-Hungarian Deployment BF1 Austro-Hungarian Empire Icon

Russian DeploymentEdit

Hilltop BatteryEdit

Start of a trench network split by the railway.

[East Bank]Edit

Russian-held side of the river. The main road splits from the railway, around a cluster of buildings.

Bercheza BridgeEdit

Central of three bridges across the river, and situated between two developed areas.

Samara RiverEdit

River crossing upstream from the rest of the map. Small cliffs block view of the area from the town.

[West Bank]Edit

A larger settlement on the Austro-Hungarian side of the map. A conspicuous bell tower overlooks much of the riverside area, including a view straight down Bercheza Bridge.

Supply DepotEdit

The westernmost part of town.


Conquest is fought among four flags, two along the river, and one near each deployment. Most action is expected to take place at the river, as the town on the west side and the trench lines on the east make for a difficult advance on foot.

Both teams have access to heavy armor and cavalry. Light vehicles can also be found.




Rush pits Russian attackers against Austro-Hungarian defenders.

Sector 1Edit

The Russian Empire strikes at the trench lines near Hilltop Battery. Objective A is south of the railway, while B is at the battery itself.

Sector 2Edit

The Russians advance upon the town, attacking Austro-Hungarian telegraphs at the east bank of the river. Objective A is in the southern complex, and Objective B in the buildings north of the main road.

Sector 3Edit

Austro-Hungarian forces are pushed back across the river and attempt to hold the west bank.

Objective A is easily accessible from the riverside near the railway. Objective B is inside another building close to the river.

Sector 4Edit

The Austro-Hungarian Empire is forced all the way back to their own Supply Depot.

Objective B is in a building closer to town, while Objective A is near the Supply Depot.



  • The internal name for this map in Community Test Environment is MP_Bridge.
  • The bell within the tower reacts to gunfire and melee attacks.
  • The Bercheza River is a tributary of the Sucevița river, to the east of Rădăuți in northeastern Romania.
  • The Samara River is a tributary to the east of the Volga River, The Volga lies well beyond the Eastern Front that stretched through modern-day Poland, Ukraine, and Romania.

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