ForEgone Destruction

Sitting between a large-scale Proelium Reactor and a Supermassive Portal, Foregone Destruction's original purpose is still unknown. Many worship these ancient remnants, left behind by a mysterious civilization. Identical ruins exist on the planet it was found.


Sector 3B of the orbital Karman Station was originally designated as a spaceport hangar, but was later retrofitted as a Splitgate arena to replace the ill-fated Station Outpost. Most spacecraft originating from this hangar will pass through at least one interplanetary portal during the course of their journey.


The impact event at Silvertree Farms revealed that humans weren’t the only lifeforms with portal travel. After discovering alien portal tech upon the wrecked spacecraft, the farmland was converted into a Splitgate arena. Finding the Shotgun or Plasma Rifle will be crucial in this close-quarter map.


Once a luxury beach resort, Oasis is now a beachside battlefield open to all combatants. This sunny and sandy arena features long lines of sight and tall portal walls, so make sure you locate a long-range weapon! Note: Rest and relaxation are not included while fighting on Oasis.


Fueled by a volcano’s geothermal energy, Lavawell became the first Splitgate arena with portal surfaces not powered by anti-matter. Players will navigate the former research facility’s high-tech laboratories, tight outdoor areas, and hazardous trench of molten rock. At opposite sides, a Rocket Launcher and Railgun spawn, making burning lava the least of your worries.


Abyss is an underground cave with a large open center. Since combatants fight underground, gunfire cannot be heard from the surface. Fight with caution. If you perish at Abyss, you may never be found.


The temple Pantheon is believed to be the first place the portal technology was discovered. The temple has now been modernized and seats up to 8000 viewers, regularly selling out at tournaments. The map is an open and symmetrical map with four identical corners and sniper rifles on each side.


Olympus is a large and open arena that is floating in the clouds. Try not to fall off the map, but if you do, make sure to look down. There’s a portal platform at the bottom that just might save your life…


Situated atop the tallest Japanese forest, this treehouse inspired map is the smallest arena. With intimate corridors and exposed ramps, combatants are guaranteed to see plenty of combat. Try to move as a unit, as there are few places to hide. And do not be afraid to battle in this arena, as it is an honor to die at Highwind.


Once an underground missile base, Club Silo is now a night club where attendees can place their bets on competitors while viewing them behind the safety of bullet-proof glass. This arena features a lot of verticality with a large open center, and angled walkways from red to blue base.


Paying homage to ancient gladiatorial arenas, Stadium is a futuristic battlefield where combatants fight for glory. With an open center and overlooking corridors, Stadium provides opportunities for long distance and close-quarter combat. The best warriors will be immortalized in this arena via holograms boasting their favorite armor set.


Built in the year 2552, Atlantis is an underwater utopia filled with beauty and riches. As the primary income source, the combat arena attracts thousands of tourists a day. The focal point of the arena is its open center where The BFB can be found.


Helix is the ultimate training ground for competitors who want to get close and personal. It features long hallways and tight corridors, making control of the Rocket Launcher crucial.


The Crag mining operation used primitive excavation equipment over contemporary methods in order to not damage potential artifacts. Portal technology was introduced to speed up the mining methods of the otherwise backwards mining facility. After archeological relics were found, mining was halted and Crag was turned into a tourist destination.