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FuShe Pass
Game

BF2 Icon Battlefield 2

Part of the

Sino-American War

Teams

USMC logo United States Marine Corps vs.
PLA People's Liberation Army

Location

Northeast China

Mode(s)

Conquest, Co-op

Singleplayer

Yes

IngameMapFuShe Pass

FuShe Pass is a map featured in Battlefield 2. It is an engagement between the United States Marine Corps and the People's Liberation Army in north-east China.

DescriptionEdit

"China’s rich mining areas in the northeastern highland have become contested by rapidly deploying American and Chinese forces. The narrow canyons carved into this region channel both forces into inevitable head-on confrontations as each seeks to secure the prized uranium mines with their advancing forces. In the context of this double assault, success will favor the bold, given the constrained nature of this rugged battlefield."

Commander AssetsEdit

MACEdit

PLAEdit

Bases (16 Player Variant)Edit

East Mine EntranceEdit

The starting USMC base. It can be captured by the PLA.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
1 M1A2 Abrams 1 Type 98
1 LAV-25 1 WZ-551
2 DPVs 2 FAVs
3 M249 LMGs 3 Type 95 LMGs
1 BGM-71 TOW 1 HJ-8

IslandEdit

The only neutral base in this map variant.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
2 M249 LMGs 2 Type 95 LMGs

West Mine EntranceEdit

The starting PLA base. It can be captured by the USMC.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
1 M1A2 Abrams 1 Type 98
1 LAV-25 1 WZ-551
2 DPVs 2 FAVs
3 M249 LMGs 3 Type 95 LMGs
1 TOW 1 HJ-8

Bases (32 Player Variant)Edit

Power PlantEdit

The starting USMC base. It cannot be captured by the PLA.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
1 AH-1Z Viper
1 M1A2 Abrams
1 LAV-25
1 M6 Linebacker
4 DPVs
3 M249 LMGs
1 TOW
1 Stinger

Security HQEdit

One of four neutral bases in this map variant.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
2 LAV-25s 2 WZ-551s
3 DPVs 3 FAVs
1 M249 LMG 1 Type 95 LMG

East Mine EntranceEdit

The second neutral base.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
3 DPVs 3 FAVs
3 M249 LMGs 3 Type 95 LMGs
1 TOW 1 HJ-8
1 Stinger 1 IGLA

West Mine EntranceEdit

The third neutral base.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
3 DPVs 3 FAVs
3 M249 LMGs 3 Type 95 LMGs
1 TOW 1 HJ-8
1 Stinger 1 IGLA

Bridge CampEdit

The fourth neutral base.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
2 LAV-25s 2 WZ-551s
3 DPVs 3 FAVs
1 M249 LMG 1 Type 95 LMG

Upper CampEdit

The starting PLA base. It cannot be captured by the USMC.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
1 WZ-10
1 Type 98
1 WZ-551
1 Type 95 SPAAA
2 RIBs
3 FAVs
3 Type 95 LMGs
1 HJ-8
1 IGLA

Bases (64 Player Variant)Edit

US AirfieldEdit

The starting USMC base. It cannot by captured by the PLA.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
1 F/A-18A Hornet
1 AH-1Z Viper
2 MH-60S Knight Hawks
2 RIBs
5 DPVs
2 TOWs
1 Stinger

Power PlantEdit

One of eight neutral bases in this map variant.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
1 MH-60S Knight Hawk 1 Z-8
1 M1A2 Abrams 1 Type 98
2 LAV-25s 2 WZ-551s
3 DPVs 3 FAVs
3 M249 LMGs 3 Type 95 LMGs

Mountain LookoutEdit

The second neutral base.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
1 M6 Linebacker
2 LAV-25s 2 WZ-551s
2 DPVs 2 FAVs
2 M249 LMGs 2 Type 95 LMGs
1 TOW 1 HJ-8

Security HQEdit

The third neutral base.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
1 LAV-25 1 WZ-551
2 DPVs 2 FAVs
1 M249 LMG 1 Type 95 LMG
1 Stinger 1 IGLA

East Mine EntranceEdit

The fourth neutral base.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
2 DPVs 2 FAVs
3 M249 LMGs 3 Type 95 LMGs
1 TOW 1 HJ-8
1 Stinger 1 IGLA

West Mine EntranceEdit

The fifth neutral base.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
2 DPVs 2 FAVs
3 M249 LMGs 3 Type 95 LMGs
1 TOW 1 HJ-8
1 Stinger 1 IGLA

Canyon Guard PostEdit

The sixth neutral base.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
2 LAV-25s 2 WZ-551s
1 DPV 1 FAV
2 M249 LMGs 2 Type 95 LMGs
1 TOW 1 HJ-8

Bridge CampEdit

The seventh neutral base.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
1 LAV-25 1 WZ-551
2 DPVs 2 FAVs
1 M249 LMG 1 Type 95 LMG
1 Stinger 1 IGLA

Upper CampEdit

The eighth neutral base.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
1 MH-60S Knight Hawk 1 Z-8
1 M1A2 Abrams 1 Type 98
2 LAV-25s 2 WZ-551s
1 Type 95 SPAAA
2 RIBs 2 RIBs
2 DPVs 2 FAVs
1 M249 LMG 1 Type 95 LMG

Chinese AirfieldEdit

The starting PLA base. It cannot be captured by the USMC.

United States Marine Corps People's Liberation Army
1 J-10
1 WZ-10
2 Z-8s
2 RIBs
5 FAVs
2 HJ-8s
1 IGLA

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The localization files indicate that FuShe pass was originally to be called "Glowing Pass". This is because FuShe is not referenced at all, but there is a line which is called "glowingpass", which lists the same description as FuShe. The term "glowing" likely refers to the presence of uranium in the pass.
  • Before Bandar Desert, FuShe Pass was the largest map in Battlefield history, being about 4km without boundaries.

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