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In battlefield there are 3 multiplayer game modes Tutorials availble as of now, game type and description of each mode is listed below so you can see how each mode works and you can try to become good at one of them or at all of them by checking out our multiplayer guide and tactics. All of the modes will be available for you to play in all the 9 multiplayer modes either the Xbox 360, PS3 or PC.  All the maps are pretty big and with players going at each other you will need to work as a team or die alone, these game modes are easy or hard it just depends who you go against online.

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Rush Mode
Players: 32 (PC 24), (Consoles 30)
Focus: Objective-based all-out Warfare.
Goal: Attack/defend M-COM stations
Victory conditions:
Attackers – Destroy all M-COM stations
Defenders – Deplete the attackers' respawn tickets

The rush mode essense of the game-mode has changed very little, with attackers trying to destroy M-COM stations and defenders trying to kill the attackers. However, in Battlefield 3 there are three main changes to the game-mode – only the M-COM charge can destroy the station, instead of the charge and explosives; if the attackers run out of tickets while the M-COM charge is still active, the game will continue until the charge is disarmed or the M-COM destroyed; and if the timer on an armed M-COM charge runs out when a defender is disarming the charge, the charge will continue until the defender disarms it or is killed. As an all-out warfare mode, Rush features a large variety of vehicle setups tuned specifically to that map’s landscape and features. Players can find all types of vehicles on Rush maps, including transport vehicles, armored vehicles, helicopters, and of course, jets. Rush offers a compelling objective based all-out warfare game mode for Battlefield veterans.

 

Squad Rush Mode
Players: 8 (4 vs 4)
Focus: Squad-based Infantry Combat
Goal: Attack/defend M-COM stations
Victory Conditions:
Attackers – Destroy all M-COM stations
Defenders – Deplete the attackers tickets

Returning from Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Squad Rush is a test to show which of two squads is the superior unit. Squad Rush is an extremely tight duel between two squads that borrows the main rules from the normal Rush mode, but in a much more confined setting. In Squad Rush there are only 2 bases with 1 M-COM station per base, meaning that every M-COM taken or defended in Squad Rush is vital to the victory or defeat of the game. There are no vehicles in Squad Rush, making the game-mode more about infantry skills and tactics rather than brute force and firepower.

 

Conquest Mode
Players: 24/32/64 (PC 24), (Consoles 30)
Focus: Objective-based all-out warfare.
Goal: Capture and hold flags.
Victory Conditions: Deplete the opposing team's ticket.

Conquest is the most classic of Battlefield game modes. Introduced in Battlefield 1942, Conquest has been as staple of the entire Battlefield series throughout it's entirety. Set over a series of large-scale maps, Conquest is the game mode best suited for the experience of all-out vehicle warfare. In Conquest, two teams fight for control of a number of flags by being the dominant force in the vicinity of each base. Capture and keep control of a majority of the flags and the enemy team will bleed tickets. Killing enemies will also reduce their ticket count, and the first team to run out of tickets loses. Conquest is a strategic and tactical game that often asks players to make important decisions on whether to attack an enemy base or defend one of your own. The limited forces available to each side will rarely be enough to hold each and every flag in the map, so in-game communication and quick thinking is necessary to be victorious.

 

Squad Deathmatch Mode
Players: 16 (4 squads of 4)
Squad-based Infantry Combat
Goal: Eliminate a set number of enemy combatants
Victory Conditions: The squad that reaches the designated number of kills first wins.
Infantry Fighting Vehicle is an advantage for team who aquires it.

Squad Deathmatch is a larger and more dynamic variety of deathmatch that also features the inclusion of an Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV). The IFV can help break any stalemate in the game, as long as a squad keep it alive. The 4 squad setup means that there is a constant battle throughout the game to gain and maintain the lead. Sticking together, keeping squad members healed up, supplied, and vehicles repaired are the keys to victory. The squad that can combine the potent Battlefield mix of team play and combat prowess will be proven the winner.

 

Team Deathmatch Mode
Players (PC and Consoles): 24
Focus: Team-based Infantry combat
Goal: Eliminate a set number of enemy combatants
Victory Conditions: The team that reaches the designated number of kills first is declared winner.

Team Deathmatch is of the true classics when it comes to multiplayer game modes, and a game mode that makes its first appearance in the Battlefield series. In Team Deathmatch, two teams of 12 players fight it out on tight knit maps with a distinct infantry focus – there are no vehicles available in Team Deathmatch. For that quick instant action fix, this is the perfect game mode. For players new to Battlefield, this is a good place to start. Once players get the hang of the infantry gameplay, they can move on to deeper modes that include the signature vehicle warfare for which Battlefield is known and loved.
Attack and fighter jets will be avaliable in Rush as well as in Conquest. DICE plans to have all maps available for all modes at launch. At launch, there will be no "Air Superiority" (jets-only) mode, though it may be added at a later date. Also hardcore and infantry-only options are present.

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