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Crash Site is a map in Titanfall 2. It is set in the wreckage of a MacAllan-Class Carrier, and is currently the only regular map in Titanfall 2 to not feature a dropship intro (Not including War Games, which replaces the dropship with a Simulation Pod).
Crash Site is essentially two circles that intersect on each other. The central lane that goes underneath the main wreckage features side paths that go into a cave system and into the vessel itself. The two furthest sides of the map are the hangar/ command deck of the MacAllan and an IMC research encampment investigating the wreck.
In games of Attrition, Bounty Hunt, and Pilots vs. Pilots, the teams will spawn at opposite sides of the Ship's Crashpath: One team in the ship's cargo hold, the other at the top of the lane. In Amped Hardpoint and Capture the Flag, the other team will instead spawn inside the IMC base. In Bounty Hunt, Remnant Fleet forces spawn at the top of the Crashpath, or near the Waterfall.
As of Monarch's Reign, the map has since been updated by Respawn to address negative player feedback concerning the map; this includes the addition of eight Ziplines, alongside over 100 miscellaneous terrain changes for ease of movement and the addition of new wallrun sites.
- Scorch is an extremely powerful Titan on Crash Site, due to his strong lane control capabilities.
- At the beginning of many Attrition, Bounty Hunt, and Pilots vs. Pilots matches, players tend to rush or fire down the Crashpath in order to immediately engage the other team. A Sniper Rifle can be useful in this early part of the match, as can a Grenade Launcher if you spawn in the upper half of the lane. Alternately, you can loop around the Overhang and Waterfall sections and attempt to flank the enemy team, but beware of other players with the same idea.