The four maps, out of a total of nine that will feature in the game, focus on a variety of gameplay styles, from vehicular warfare on large arenas to dense cities.
Operation Firestorm is the largest map in the game and one that will be most familiar to Battlefield veterans in terms of gameplay.
Said to be around three times the size of Atacama Desert from Battlefield: Bad Company 2, the map will feature a wide desert filled with burning oil fields and construction sites.
Tehran Highway sees forces make a push on the hill before entering the night-time city, and will see a mixture of vehicular and infantry gameplay.
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Damavand Peak will support all game modes, and is a rugged Russian mountain that offers the most varied height differences of any Battlefield map. It allows players to base jump from the mountain ridge above to a mining facility below.
Finally, Operation Metro, which featured in the recent beta, will see forces fight around Paris's financial district before moving into the subway below.
A further five multiplayer maps will be unveiled for Battlefield 3 later this week.
Battlefield 3 will launch on October 25 in North America and October 28 in Europe, two weeks prior to Modern Warfare 3's November 8 worldwide release.
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View images of the four Battlefield 3 maps below: