- "Separatist forces have laid siege to a Geonosian droid factory occupied by a Republic demolitions crew. With time running out to destroy the facility, the last remaining clone strike team must push back the droids to prevent them from retaking the factory."
- — In-game Description
Trippa Hive is a map set on Geonosis in DICE's Star Wars Battlefront II. It was released playable only for Galactic Assault on November 28, 2018 as part of the Battle of Geonosis Update. In the Darth Tyranus Update, Trippa Hive was added to Arcade as well as to Blast and Heroes vs. Villains.
- BARC Speeder
- AT-TE (Periodically deployed in-battle by dropships and can be freely controlled. Cannot be spawned into by using Battle Points)
The following is a list of modes that Trippa Hive is playable on:
- Although having many similarities to the Battle of Geonosis, the scenario in Galactic Assault actually takes place well after that initial conflict, as is revealed by various quips by the Republic and Separatist announcers.
- Nute Gunray is apparently present in this battle, being in the Separatist control ship which is the last objective in Galactic Assault. And according to multiple statements from developers, all Galactic Assault scenarios are canon. This raises some questions regarding the results of this conflict. In all forms of current canon, Nute Gunray avoids Republic custody (is never captured). Therefore, the canon results of this engagement probably had the Republic lose to the Separatists to allow Gunray's escape.
- Trippa Hive was the first Galactic Assault map to be added for the Clone Wars in the live service for Star Wars Battlefront II and the first Galactic Assault map added since Crait: Abandoned Rebel Outpost was added in The Last Jedi Season.
- Although non-playable, other vehicles can be seen in Trippa Hive for Galactic Assault. For the Republic, LAAT/C dropships can be seen dropping AT-TE's. For the Separatists, AI-controlled Dwarf Spider Droids and Spider Walkers help damage Republic troops and AT-TE's.