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Fort De Vaux
Fort Vaux Concept Art
Game

Battlefield 1 Icon Battlefield 1

Part of the

World War I

Teams

BF1 German Empire Icon German Empire vs. BF1 French Army Icon French Republic

Date

June 1st - June 8th 1916

Location

Fort de Vaux, Verdun, France

Terrain

Interior, Ruins

Mode(s)

All

Combat

Infantry based combat

Platform(s)

PC, Playstation 4, Xbox One

"The first big engagement inside a fort during World War 1 takes place in the dark underworld of Fort Vaux. Down in the maze of dark galleries and wet stone corridors, French and Germans fight ferociously with grenades, guns, bayonets, and flamethrowers. Watch your corners!"
— Battlefield.com Description

Fort De Vaux is a map set to be featured in the Battlefield 1: They Shall Not Pass expansion. It takes place during the Battle of Verdun in the German raid of Fort de Vaux in 1916.

OverviewEdit

Fort Vaux is situated at the edge of a field voided of life by a massive artillery barrage. Trench lines leading up to the fort suggest the gains achieved by the Germans prior to combat within the fort itself. Despite exposure of the fort interior to the outside through various breaches, much of the fort remains operable. Paths outside of the fort allow forces to bypass blocked interior paths, but they also provide plenty of sight to long-ranged weapons.

Returning from the Battlefield 3: Close Quarters expansion is the use of multiple minimap layers, one for the exterior, and a number for the interior.

BehemothEdit

Instead of a Behemoth, four Elite Kits spawn for the losing side: one Flame Trooper kit, one Trench Raider kit and two Sentry kits, one wielding the Villar Perosa, the other wielding the MG 08/15.

Control PointsEdit

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Control Point Frontlines Conquest Domination Operations Rush
German Deployment BF1 German Empire Icon BF1 German Empire Icon
Main Defense Line 1A
Trench Line A
Command Post 1B
Generator Room B A
Central Courtyard B 2A
Breach C C 2B
Barracks BF1 French Army Icon D 3B
Ammo Depot E 3A
French Deployment BF1 French Army Icon

Ammo DepotEdit

BarracksEdit

BreachEdit

Central CourtyardEdit

Generator RoomEdit

Main Defense LineEdit

Trench LineEdit

Command PostEdit

FrontlinesEdit

ConquestEdit

EquipmentEdit

DeploymentsEdit

DominationEdit

OperationsEdit

The second Map of The Devil's Anvil Operation, the Imperial German Army approaches the fort from the southeast (map left), with orders to clear the French Army from the fort.

Sector 1Edit

French forces stand outside the fort, having set up a Main Defense Line and a Command Post.

Sector 2Edit

The Germans advance upon the fort itself, taking advantage of access routes through the Central Courtyard and the Breach.

Sector 3Edit

With Germans now inside the fort, the French defend the Ammo Depot and Barracks in the back half of the fort.

RushEdit


TriviaEdit

  • During the CTE demo, there was a room labelled "Isolement" (Isolation) that is blocked off by a heavy steel door and chains. If the player stands in front of the door they will hear unnatural screams followed by a large thud on the door. Though the occupant is not revealed, the easter egg may refer to the use of isolation to treat "shell shock".[1]

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