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August 3rd - August 6th 1918
Aisne River, France
Rural countryside; riverside
PC, Playstation 4, Xbox One
— Battlefield.com Description
Rupture is a map featured in the Battlefield 1: They Shall Not Pass expansion. It takes place in the Allied counter-offensive of the Second Battle of the Marne, where Germans were forced to move back to a line running along the Aisne River.
Fields of red poppies, blooming in lands upturned by artillery, are the distinctive feature of this map.
|Côte 60 Trenches||A||A||2|
|Notre Dame Ridge||B||D||3A|
|Le Cormieux Farm||C||E||3C|
|Langer Max Gun||4A|
Ruined buildings at the edge of a trench system, with a separate zipper trench continuing into the distance.
Start of a trench system between the highway and the Aisne.
Côte 60 TrenchesEdit
Continuation of the trench maze, with three cloche turrets.
A large farm on the western side of the Aisne.
Notre Dame RidgeEdit
Another trench system on the eastern side of the Aisne. Upturned land, blocking the river, allows passage on foot to Côte 60 and its trenches.
A major bridge at the center of the map. It is just wide enough to accommodate the Char 2C. Two arch spans allow infantry to run alongside the bridge, taking cover in the gaps between the bridge supports.
The bridge can be destroyed, forcing ground vehicles to cross between the trench networks or the bridge linking the farms.
Le Cormieux FarmEdit
A small farm on the eastern side of the river.
Langer Max GunEdit
A rail-mounted siege gun parked on a side track.
Rupture serves as the second half of "Beyond the Marne", which sees the French Army resuming its counter-offensive against the German Empire.
- Beyond Chezelles Farm (Conquest C flag), a secret Cavalry Sword can be found propped on a small bonfire just out of bounds. The sword inflicts more damage than normal, guaranteeing a kill with each hit. The sword and its setting refer to the Dark Souls series.
- The Langer Max gun is based on a series of eight 38 cm SK L/45 siege guns manufactured by Krupp AG of Germany. Earlier guns used in Verdun were originally mounted on concrete.