All Available Maps And Game Modes In Brawl Stars Season 20


All Available Maps and Game Modes in Brawl Stars Season 20

Here is everything you can play for the next few months.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Brawl Stars Season 20: Back to Ranger Ranch has been out for a few days now with some changes to its maps and game modes.
The number of available game mode slots have been reduced from six to four.
Here are the available maps and game modes in Brawl Stars Season 20 that everyone can play and enjoy.

The Brawl Stars Season 20: Back to Ranger Ranch was released on 11th September and the community is busy trying out all the new features and changes introduced alongside it.

One significant alteration was that the number of available game mode slots at any particular time has been reduced from six to four for the time being. This means that the change might not be permanent and could see a return at a later stage.

Here is a complete list describing all available game modes and maps in Brawl Stars Season 20: Back to Ranger Ranch.

Brawl Stars Season 20: All Maps and Game Modes

There were a few things that the developers pointed out due to which the overall slots were being reduced and certain game modes being phased out.

  • Control Game Mode not being remotely as popular as others.

  • Match making times being inconsistent due to scattering of the player base especially for high trophy players.

Each of the available four slots will consist of the following game modes and maps.

Slot 1: Showdown - Solo and Duo

  • Total Maps: 8 Maps Available

  • Enabled Maps: Dried Up River, Dark Passage

  • Disabled Maps: Double Trouble, Scorched Stone

Slot 2: Brawl Ball

  • Total Maps: 8 Maps Available

  • Enabled Maps: Stepping Stone, Penalty Kick

  • Disabled Maps: Beach Ball, Center Stage

Slot 3: Gem Grab, Knockout

Gem Grab

  • Total Maps: 7 Maps Available

  • Enabled Maps: Last Stop

  • Disabled Maps: Gem Fort, Rustic Arcade, Deathcap Trap, Undermine, Minecart Madness


  • Total Maps: 4 Maps Available

  • Enabled Maps: None

  • Disabled Maps: Flowing Springs, Deep End, Healthy Middle Ground, X Marks The Spot

Slot 4: Wipeout, Siege


  • Total Maps: 4 Maps Available

  • Enabled Maps: Layer Bake

  • Disabled Maps: Layer Cake, Dry Season, Snake Prairie, Hideout, Canal Grande


  • Total Maps: 4 Maps Available

  • Enabled Maps: Bot Drop, Some Assembly Required, Nuts & Bolts, Factory Rush

  • Disabled Maps: None

A few game modes that have been removed will still be available but only in custom lobbies.


  • Total Maps: 4

  • Available Maps: Shooting Star, Layer Cake, Canal Grande, Dry Season


  • Total Maps: 4

  • Available Maps: Hot Potato, Kaboom Canyon, Safe Zone, Pit Stop

Hot Zone

  • Total Maps: 4

  • Available Maps: Open Business, Ring of Fire, Dueling Beetles, Split

For the more serious players who like to grind ranked matches as part of Power League or Club League.

Available Game Modes


  • Maps: Infinite Doom, Shooting Star

Brawl Ball

  • Maps: Backyard Bowl, Field Goal

Gem Grab

  • Maps: Hard Rock Mine, Double Swoosh


  • Maps: Goldarm Gulch, Belle's Rock

Unavailable Game Modes

  • Heist, Hot Zone, Bounty

Last but not the least, some of the map environment changes that have been introduced and a few that have been replaced are as follows,

Map Environment Added

  • Ranger Ranch

  • Robot Factory

  • Robot Factory Showdown

  • Ghost Station

  • Scrapyard

Map Environment Removed

  • Darryl's Ship

  • Velocirapids

  • Rumble Jungle

Now that you know which game modes and maps will be available in Brawl Stars Season 20 for both casual and hard core players who are only interested in grinding ranked matches.

It will be easier for you to know what to play and expect going into a game. The response to these changes have been mixed and developers will be analyzing everything before taking a decision whether to revert any changes or proceed like this.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.

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