Buying a pass automatically gets you an Operation Bravo Coin, upgradable through playtime and wins, and viewable wherever your avatar is shown.
The Coin also doubles as an operational scorecard, giving you a complete record of your Official Competitive Match stats for the duration of Bravo.
A Bravo pass gets you exclusive access to 15 map-themed weapon finishes through timed drops on ANY Bravo or non-Bravo map. And don't forget: If you've bought a pass, you can invite your friends to Bravo games even if they don’t have one.
Enjoy matchmaking-enabled low-ping play on official dedicated servers through eight top-voted community maps — seven all-new, and one returning favorite (Seaside) making its debut as a competitive map. All eight Bravo maps are available in Casual, Deathmatch and Competitive Modes, with the maps' authors getting a portion of the pass proceeds.
The highly polished confines of this modern corporate skyscraper are host to a frantic hostage rescue.
Interesting bomb site trade-offs and highly strategic gameplay in a compact Mediterranean village.
Surgical precision and tactical prowess are crucial to securing a hidden weapons cache beneath Chernobyl.
Fast-paced, aggressive combat in a tight urban environment.
A frantic uphill battle over the historic ruins of Fort Gwalior, India.
Two tense bombsites separated by a dangerous sightline in a Mayan temple.
The short, fast-paced gameplay of Seaside returns for Operation Bravo, available for the first time in Competitive Mode.
Engage in sprawling outdoor firefights and underground close-quarter battles in this re-interpretation of a hostage rescue classic.
You don't have to buy a pass to get some benefit out of Bravo. For the duration of the op, you'll still get a chance at a Bravo case drop, with or without a pass.
If you DO have a Bravo pass, you'll get a huge boost to the likelihood of a Bravo case drop, without cutting into your regular timed finish and case drops.