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Mashtuur City is a map featured in Battlefield 2 and Battlefield Play4Free that takes place in a city and its boundaries and outskirts. The map is essentially the same in both games, albeit the MEC are replaced by the Russian Army in the latter.

Battlefield 2Edit

Mashtuur City
Game

Battlefield 2

Music

MEC Theme

Teams

USMC logo United States Marine Corps vs.
MEC Middle Eastern Coalition

Location

Middle East

Terrain

Urban

Platform(s)

PC

Mashtuur64

DescriptionEdit

"Leading elements of the US ground force must capture Mashtuur City, a primary Middle East axis of advance. In response, MEC units are rushing forward to hold the city at all costs. In this double assault upon a key urban asset, all elements of modern warfare are likely to be deployed, attempting to secure vital CPs that dot the city. Victory will go to the side that controls the majority of Mashtuur when hostilities cease."

ConquestEdit

The Map layout is divided into two sections via a riverbed and two bridges (both of which are destructible via C4), Most of the city is urban with long range, with the USMC having the minor advantage in height.

16 Player VariantEdit

HotelEdit
Road ConstructionEdit
North RoadEdit
South BlockEdit

32 Player VariantEdit

64 Player VariantEdit

GalleryEdit

Battlefield Play4FreeEdit

Mashtuur City
Game

Battlefield Play4Free

Music

MEC Theme

Teams

USMC logo United States Marine Corps vs.
Flag of Russia Russian Army

Location

Middle East

Terrain

Urban

Platform(s)

PC

Clean-Mashtuur-Map

ConquestEdit

16 Player VariantEdit

HotelEdit
Road ConstructionEdit
North RoadEdit
South BlockEdit

32 Player VariantEdit

64 Player VariantEdit


TriviaEdit

  • In the Battlefield 2 variant, there is a highway sign that directs traffic to the nearby Karkand Airport. This is a reference to Strike at Karkand, another map in Battlefield 2.
  • Its working name was "Divided City", seen in early previews of Battlefield 2.
  • "Mashtuur" in Arabic (مشطور) means "split" or "divided".

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