New MORDHAU Map 'Feltoria' Arrives with Latest Update

Published: October 29, 2019 10:00 AM /


New MORDHAU Map Feltoria Ship

A new MORDHAU map has arrived in the latest update Patch #13. Feltoria is the game's biggest map yet and it's sure to provide a fun battleground for players to fight on.

Feltoria is a massive map that includes quite a few interesting setpieces for players to fight it out on. One of the highlights of this new MORDHAU map is the dock area which features multiple ships docked in port. This latest addition to the game is playable for all of the existing game modes right out of the box.

Furthermore, a new flat top-style helmet has been added to the game with five possible variants. This will let you mix up the visuals a little more and truly create a terrifying warrior for the battlefield.

New MORDHAU Map Two Soldiers

New MORDHAU Map Brings New Defensive Traps

The new MORDHAU map also brings with it some new defensive options for players to make use of. Several new traps and fighting tools have been added not only to Feltoria, but to many of the game's existing maps.

Here are the new traps and weapons available in MORDHAU Patch #13:

  • Stone Basket Trap: Activate it and watch a pile of stones drop down on your opponents!
  • Oil Cauldron: Like the Stone Basket Trap, but with hot oil instead! (Ouch.)
  • Boulder Throwable: A pile of rocks that players can interact with — pick up one of these big boys and heave it at an enemy below! The rocks do more damage as they pick up speed from gravity.

These new additions are far from the only changes that have made their way into the game; make sure to read the full patch notes for all the fine details. You can play the new MORDHAU map Feltoria right now. If you don't yet own this game, you can pick it up on Steam at a price of $29.99 or your regional equivalent — it's sold well over a million copies, so you'll certainly have people to play with!

What do you think of the new MORDHAU map? Are you happy to see more defensive weapons added to the game? What are you hoping to see in a future patch? Let us know in the comments below!

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