Smallest Maps in Call of Duty [TOP 5]
Call of Duty is famous for fast-paced combat, small maps and of course not being free for all . But some maps are really super tiny, even by Call of Duty standards. The biggest map in this video game, which is among the most ambitious FPS's, will be small even when you compare it with other games. But, we know how well the Call of Duty series is doing when it comes to map pool.
Every map on our Call of Duty smallest map list will be 6v6. So that means we won't be reviewing so many maps from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, so not Shoot House. Let's take a look at the maps that can be called the best map for tiny map lovers.
Combine, Call of Duty: Black Ops III
Combine is a multiplayer map featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Since it is one of the smaller maps in the game, the gameplay is frequently chaotic and progresses more quickly than on other maps in this Black Ops map. War bells usually ring in the center of the map. This means that everyone gets together and tries to kill each other, and a fierce battle ensues.
Three options appear on this map. The first of these is Wall Running. This means ground war and are the positions that are trying to be covered with the walls. The other is a tiny tunnel like this map. The last one is the middle one, the most obvious of the three, but it is possible to get a cover. But it's still the largest map on our list which belongs to Black Ops.
Strikezone, Call of Duty: Ghosts
Strikezone is another smallest map in Call of Duty: Ghosts. The bottom deck and exterior of a baseball stadium serve as the setting. Due to its smaller size and abundance of cover and alternate pathways, Strikezone supports far more close-range fighting than other maps in the game. Long range weapons won't do you any good, as melee is unnecessary.
That's why the shining star of this map is Shotgun. Shotgunners should avoid more open regions, though, as SMGs and assault rifles can quickly dispatch them there. The AK-12 and other medium range weapons do well in the numerous corridor sections on the map. Compared to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare maps, we can say quick games as the most striking difference.
Nuketown, Call of Duty: Black Ops
With a focus on extremely close combat, the multiplayer map Nuketown is a classic that can be found in Call of Duty: Black Ops, Call of Duty Online, and CoD Mobile. Although it is one of the smallest maps in the game, it has been used for many aesthetics and purposes in most Call of Duty games and has different modes. One of the coolest parts of the map is when the game in Nuketown ends, a nuclear bomb goes off. Nearly all of the Black Ops map is symmetrical.
There are two separate residences, each with a garage, a backyard, and a center area with a few cars. As in most Call of Duty maps, the apocalypse breaks out in the middle. At this midpoint are the perfect ground war points for SMG and AR users. While you play Call of Duty, perhaps you will get the greatest pleasure while playing the smallest map. Nuketown is surely one of them in the game.
Dome, Call of Duty: World at War
Dome is a small map featured in Call of Duty: World at War. Call of Duty: Vanguard made by Sledgehammer Games also includes a remastered version of Dome. The huge, domical structure that serves as the backdrop for this map is highlighted by its name. Many of the tight spaces in the map are ideal for Bouncing Betties.
The only thing visible outside of this tiny Dome are burning and demolished buildings. Because most enemies will be on the second floor, it is usually advisable to use the bottom section. We can say that this map, which gives a complete war atmosphere, is more exciting than the Cold War theme. New Call of Duty game Call of Duty: Vanguard which is the best selling game, has expanded the map even more while making a remastered version of this map.
Rust, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
And it's time for Rust, the smallest map in Call of Duty. The only Call of Duty: Modern Warfare map on our list, Rust is known in the CoD community for being both the smallest in the game and a lot of fun. Although we can not say the best map in Call of Duty, it is definitely among the favorites of many. The Rust map, played in the theme of an oil yard in the middle of the desert, takes place between Task Force 141 and OpFor.
Due to the high amount of spawnkilling and explosive abuse, this map is typically challenging to play on in large team games. It is an ideal map for killstreaks and has a very high fact-pace. However, it is very difficult to get multiple kills because it is a very small map because there is always someone behind you and can take you down. Still, some find that such small maps are best suited for position monitoring.