The Loot gamemode is a deathmatch subtype introduced by Battlezone II that revolves around collecting the greatest number of target objects.

Battlezone II[edit | edit source]

Players are awarded 100 points for each Moneybag they pick up, with kills and deaths worth the same as in standard deathmatch play.[1] As killing players does little to impede their progress or score, Loot matches often lack direct combat and as a result are rare. Custom-made loot maps are just as uncommon, though often use a custom moneybag object to give them a more serious atmosphere.

Maps[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Battlezone II, Loot: Pleasantville
Gamemodes
Singleplayer Arcade · Instant Action · Singleplayer
Multiplayer Deathmatch (Attack and Defend · Capture the Flag · Chicken · King of the Hill · Loot · Race · Sniper Deathmatch · Squad Deathmatch) · Strategy (Free-for-All · Multi-Player Instant · Strategy Capture the Flag)
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