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Game Modes

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There are several different Game Modes in Paladins. Each mode has its own unique set of maps with their own play style, rules and objectives.

List of game modes[edit | edit source]

These are the game modes currently available:

Siege[edit | edit source]

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Siege is a round based game mode where each team works to earn Objective Points to win the match. Players can change their Cards loadout at the start of the match. 4 Objective Point are needed to win a match. These points are earned by taking control of a Capture Point, escorting the Payload into the enemy team's base and Stalling the enemy team's Payload until the time runs out.

For more detailed information about this Game Mode, please visit its main article: Siege

Onslaught[edit | edit source]

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Onslaught is a King of the Hill type game mode. To win, players must earn tickets by either killing players or controlling the large area in the middle of the arena. The first team to reach 400 tickets, or the team with the most tickets after 10 minutes, wins.

For more detailed information about this Game Mode, please visit its main article: Onslaught

Team Deathmatch[edit | edit source]

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Team Deathmatch is a classic deathmatch game mode. In Team Deathmatch, the first team to achieve 40 kills wins.

For more detailed information about this Game Mode, please visit its main article: Team Deathmatch

Competitive mode[edit | edit source]

Ranked is a system in Paladins designed to provide higher quality matches for competitive players. The current season of competitive play is Season 2.

For more detailed information about this, please visit its main article: Ranked

Training mode[edit | edit source]

Training allows players to practice in a safe environment with matches against AI controlled opponents. Players below account level 5 will be automatically queued for these practice matches when attempting to join a casual match.

For more detailed information about this, please visit its main article: Training mode

Retired game modes[edit | edit source]

Siege of Ascension Peak[edit | edit source]

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Siege of Ascension Peak is a limited event exclusive variation of the Onslaught game mode. Khan leads the Magistrate's forces into battle on Paladins' newest map: Ascension Peak. A team must achieve 400 tickets to win, or the team with the most tickets after 10 minutes, wins. This version of Onslaught has special gameplay modifiers such as environmental hazards and reduced skill cooldowns.

For more detailed information about this Game Mode, please visit its main article: Siege of Ascension Peak

Battlegrounds[edit | edit source]

Battlegrounds is the first-ever hero shooter battle royale mode. Each team will spawn onto a truly massive map — more than 300 times the size of the largest Siege map today. As the fog contracts, the stakes are raised. The last team standing wins, and that's not easy with 100 players!

For more detailed information about this, please visit its main article: Battlegrounds


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