A good map is not easy to find. Especially for multiplayer. It’s even difficult to clearly determine what makes a map a success or not: sometimes it’s symmetry, sometimes it’s the possibility that it can offer players to hide and play it a bit more infiltration. Ultimately it depends on the game. But one thing is certain: the maps that we are going to cover today are undeniably part of the heritage of the players and have remained in the memories of the latter. Some are even still played today more than 20 years after their creation. There will be no better sign of their quality than that.
Dust 2: Counter Strike
More than any other map, Dust 2 has survived the test of time brilliantly. Since its beginnings in 2000 at CS GO currently, it remains an example of level design. It is not for nothing that, despite its great age, it remains one of the favorite maps of players. It was also the scene of many great moments in esport. In short, quite simply legendary.
Rust – Call Of Duty
Ah, those hours spent on Rust with friends, it’s the good old days, right? This is the smallest map in Modern Warfare 2 and for many, the most interesting. Like what size is not necessarily a guarantee of quality. Rust allows permanent action by its small size, which is the best way to train with each respawn. Reflexes, nervousness, vigilance at all times, that’s what Rust brings.
Facing Worlds – Unreal Tournament
Unreal Tournament is no longer the phenomenon it used to be, but there was a time when the best FPS players in the world gathered there. And everyone’s favorite map was obviously Facing Worlds, with its perfect balance, its relentless symmetry and its music that has remained in the annals. A true classic.
Final Destination – Super Smash Bros.
When we are fed up with noobs with objects everywhere and we are looking for a good old 1v1, we will have to go to Final Destination. More proof that sometimes, the simplest is also the most effective. No frills, only you and your opponent. And that’s precisely why Final Destination and all Omega internships are so appreciated in Smash Bros. There is a time for fun, and a time for competition.
The Rainbow Route – Mario Kart
Generally, this is the most hated map of noobs. Simply because neophytes will constantly fall and grumble against the map, too difficult. But when you love Mario Kart and you’re not too bad, this is by far one of the most interesting maps to do in the game, especially since it is an opportunity to prove how you are a crack at the game!