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Lupkow Pass, Poland-Slovakia border
— News Article - Battlefield.com
Łupków Pass (Polish: Przełęcz Łupkowska) is a map set to be featured in the Battlefield 1: In the Name of the Tsar expansion. It is based on the battle of Lupkow Pass, fought between Russian and Austro-Hungarian forces.
The map is currently scheduled for release in August, a month ahead of the full expansion.
Lupkow Pass features treacherous mountain terrain, limiting both sides to using horses and airplanes for travel. On one side of the map is a castle currently held by Russian forces.
The Armored Train appears with winter camouflage, along an elevated railway that crosses through the map, above the village of Narev.
Site of a wrecked Putilov-Garford trucks convoy.
Three small Russian artillery guns perched on a mountain that occasionally fire.
Watchtower on a high point with a nearby log cabin.
Bomber crash on an eroded mesa.
Cabins near the Lupkow railway.
Additional buildings with an anti-air gun.
Castle at the Russian end of the map.
Lupkow Pass is a large-scale Conquest map with seven flags in contention.
Cavalry is in abundance, as they are the only ground vehicle aside from the Armored Train.
- The real-life Lupkow Pass is a tunnel through a relatively mild region on the Poland/Slovakia border.
- The Narev is a river that crosses through north-eastern Poland.
- The Rostovs are one of the principal aristocrat families appearing in Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace.
- One of the flags is named "Pawel's Watch". Paweł is a popular Polish male name.
- The farmhouses on this map are a Russian-styled. In real life the architecture in Łupków resembles more European buildings than Siberian-Russian.
- The internal name for this map in Community Test Environment is MP_Ravines.