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For other uses of "Operation", see Operation (Disambiguation)


Operations is a new gamemode introduced in Battlefield 1. The objective of the gamemode is for the attacking team to push the frontline forward until they conquer the map while the defenders must reinforce and keep hold of it.[1]

GameplayEdit

"Operations" is an asymmetric gamemode best described as a combination of the Conquest Assault and Rush gamemodes, combining the territory control of the former with the focused fighting of the latter, yet expanding on both with historical narrative and long-form gameplay across multiple chapters. 40- and 64-player variants are available for each operation.

BattalionsEdit

The Attacking team fields three battalions with which to capture all maps within an operation. If a battalion falls in battle, the next battalion resumes attack on the same sector with a Behemoth supporting them. Should a single battalion manage to secure a map, the defenders may acquire their own Behemoth to meet them at the next map.

TicketsEdit

Attacker battalions number 250 soldiers each for the 64-player mode, and 200 tickets for 40-player matches. Should tickets be drained, the attackers lose a battalion, unless they are actively contesting a control point.

Attackers can replenish 50 tickets by securing a sector in the 64-player mode, 30 tickets in the 40-player mode. Any remaining defenders within a captured sector are automatically spotted, and when killed grant three additional ticket per kill. Alternatively, if the defenders make a successful retreat, they will be awarded with full health and replenished ammunition. This encourages the defenders to retreat rather than dig in. Tickets can also be restored by reviving fallen allies.

SectorsEdit

Similar to Rush, Operations divides each map into a number of sectors, each containing two or three control points. Attackers must capture all control points within a sector to secure it.

Defenders must protect each sector by preventing all control points from being fully captured. Even if the attacking team has all control points, defenders can continue holding the sector by contesting a control point. If a sector is captured, defenders must retreat further back—a successful retreat replenishes a defender's ammunition and health, and grants an experience award.

Upon securing a sector, both teams receive a 3-point rating on their performance; these are totaled at the end of the operation. If the last sector in a map is taken, the attackers advance to the next map in the operation. If the last map in an operation is conquered, the attackers win.

Control PointsEdit

Defenders must prevent all control points in each sector from being captured by the attackers. So long as the sector is still held by the defenders, they may still recapture any lost flags. Control Points function as spawn points for the team that currently holds them.

EquipmentEdit

A wide variety of vehicles—comparable to Conquest Large gamemode—is available to the teams.

List of OperationsEdit

BF1 Operations Map

Operations menu, with Conquer Hell selected

Four Operations are available for play, each chronicling a different front or offensive of the war. Most of the Operations are based off of engagements late into the war, such as the Meuse-Argonne and the Spring Offensives of 1918.

The length of each Operation differs from one another, with Oil of Empires being the longest with 13 sectors across 3 maps and Conquer Hell and Kaiserschlacht both being the shortest with 9 sectors across 2 maps.


Conquer HellEdit

BF1 Operations Conquerhell Map
"The US Army's attack along the river Meuse would be the first time most of these so called "Doughboys" had witnessed real combat. Though this assault came as a surprise to the Central Powers, the German Army was an experienced, elite force, ready for anything."
— Operation voiceover

Conquer Hell is based off of the Meuse-Argonne Offensive, the largest offensive in US military history, pitting the United States Army against the Imperial German Army near the end of the war. The Operation features the maps Ballroom Blitz and Argonne Forest, and the Americans have 3 Battalions to complete the Operation.

LocationsEdit

GalleryEdit

Iron WallsEdit

BF1 Operations Ironwalls Map
"On the anniversary of their humiliating defeat at Caporetto, the Italian Army launched a huge assault to win back the land they had lost from the now well prepared Austro-Hungarians. This would be the ultimate test for both of these courageous armies."
— In-game description

Iron Walls is based off of the Italian offensive during the Battle of Vittorio Veneto, the final engagement of the Italian front. The Kingdom of Italy battles the Austro-Hungarian Empire on Monte Grappa and Empire's Edge, with the Italians having 3 Battalions available to complete the Operation. This is the second longest Operation, with 11 total sectors.

LocationsEdit

GalleryEdit


KaiserschlachtEdit

BF1 Operations Kaiserschlacht Map
"The defeat of Russia in the east allowed Germany to concentrate its forces for one massive assault on the British sectors. The initial "hurricane" bombardment was heard from as far away as London. General Ludendorff then ordered his stormtroopers to attack the enemy trench lines."
— In-game description

Kaiserschlacht (German: Kaiser's Battle) follows Operation Michael of the German's 1918 Spring Offensive. Imperial German Army forces attack the British Army defenses at St. Quentin Scar and Amiens, possessing 3 Battalions to complete the Operation.

LocationsEdit

GalleryEdit


Oil of EmpiresEdit

BF1 Operations Oilofempires Map
"With war on the horizon, British high command recognized that a mechanized conflict was inevitable. Fuel for these new machines of war came from lands dominated by the Ottomans. These regions also held vital trade routes and strategic positions, controlling them was therefore a critical step in winning the war."
— In-game description

Oil of Empires chronicles the British Empire's efforts to control oil supplies in the Middle Eastern Theater, including the Fao Landing and Jifjafa raid. The British Army attacks Ottoman defenses at Fao Fortress, Sinai Desert, and Suez Canal, with 4 Battalions to complete the Operation. This is the longest Operation, with 13 Sectors and 3 maps.

LocationsEdit

  • Fao Fortress – Al-Faw Peninsula - 4 Sectors
  • Suez – Western Banks of the Canal - 5 Sectors
  • Sinai Desert – East of El-Jifar - 4 Sectors

GalleryEdit

MiscelaneousEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Both the 64 and 40 player modes original granted the attackers 150 tickets until the 1.04 update. Additionally when securing sectors, only 30 tickets were awarded for both modes. Killing retreating defenders originally only awarded 2 tickets per kill. These changes were made because according to DICE the defenders won more often then the attacker.

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