SoroSuub Centroplex is a multiplayer map in Star Wars Battlefront. It is playable in Walker Assault, Supremacy, Fighter Squadron, Turning Point, and Skirmish. This map is an Imperial base and factory that most likely produced TIE fighters. This map could be based on a series of events in Battlefront: Twilight Company.
Defining features of the map include rocky terrain and lava rivers. When played on Walker Assault, after a certain point, the two AT-ATs split up onto different paths. This map also includes a massive hangar bay with TIE fighter docks. There are several camps that can be used for supporting fire.
Rebels do have access to A-Wings in this mode. Due to the open areas on the map, it is very easy for someone to get killed by a starfighter while on the ground. It is recommended that good AT-ST pilots need to focus on eliminating Alliance starfighters before moving onto objectives to intercept infantry and turbolasers.
The first pair of uplinks can be found in the TIE hangar and in an area of rocks. The second pair of uplinks is located behind two large, stacked cargo boxes and inside the base. The third pair of uplinks is in a base and a mini camp. There are 8 Turbolasers scattered around the map. Two are by the Imperial spawn. However, they are not present when in Walker Assault to prevent spawn killing. Two are placed between the first and second set of uplinks. Two more are placed between the second and third set of uplinks. The last two are placed behind and next to the last set of uplinks.
Fighter Squadron on this map is similar to Outpost Beta, Jundland, and Graveyard of Giants, but it is a bit more challenging. What makes it more challenging are the large turbo lasers that reach high into the sky. The turbolasers cannot be controlled by any player, and is in complete control by the A.I, but their accuracy is low. It is very easy for starfighters to go in low to swoop under platforms and around laser towers to evade enemy fire.
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