Battle Arenas are returning locations featured in Lego Dimensions 2: The Rise of Enoch. Battle Arenas feature videogame competitive split-screen local gameplay that can allow up to 4 players.
Capture the Flag
Capture the opposing team's flag to earn points. Bring opposing team's flags back to base and score a bonus. Don't forget to protect your own base and flag!
King of the Ring
King of the Hill focuses on a single control point at the center of the map, which is neutral and locked at the beginning of the round. Teams must make their way to the control point and capture it when it becomes available. Once the point is captured by a team, their team clock will start a three-minute countdown. If the enemy team manages to capture the point back, their clock will start counting down while the other team’s clock freezes at the time the point was recaptured. A team wins once they own the point, the three minutes countdown expires, and the other team's capture progress is gone.
One team begins with all the points in their control. The other team wins if it captures all of team's points. Points may only be captured in a set order (though some maps, such as Gravel Pit and Steel, may make exceptions).
In Payload maps, One team must escort a cart full of explosives through a series of checkpoints and into enemy team's base within a certain amount of time. Team members move or 'push' the cart by standing next to it — the more people next to the cart, the faster it moves (up to a maximum capture rate of three). Any RED team member standing near the cart will stop it from venturing further, regardless of the number of BLU team members on the cart. If no BLU players push the cart for 30 seconds, the cart will start moving backward slowly until it reaches a checkpoint, spawn, an uphill slope (in certain maps), or is pushed by the team members again, which will also reset the timer. The cart functions as a level 1 Dispenser for BLU team (and disguised enemy Spies) to restore health and ammunition to those pushing it. Ammunition is not restored to players standing at the front of the cart.
Unlike standard Payload maps, Payload Race maps feature both RED and BLU teams issued with a cart; neither team is restricted to an attacking or defending role, with both teams assuming characteristics of both roles. To win, each team must simultaneously push their cart through enemy territory to reach the final point while preventing the enemy team from doing the same. As with Payload mode, team members push the cart by standing next to it, with more members increasing the speed of the cart and opposing team members halting it.
Unlike Payload mode, the cart will not move backward after any duration of time and there is no time limit; the map will only end when one team successfully pushes their cart to the finishing point. Each cart works as a level 1 Dispenser for their team (and disguised enemy Spies), restoring health and ammunition to those pushing the cart. Parts of the track may feature slopes on which the cart will quickly roll back down to the bottom unless it is being constantly pushed. In many maps, there are uphill pushes. Should the cart pushers be killed or move away from the cart, the cart will slide down the ramp to its original state.