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Dry Season is an official map for the Bounty and Wipeout events.

Layout[]

The map has little to no cover at all with a few thin barriers present at the sides and back, along with some bushes near them. The center has the least cover, with only four tiles surrounding the star. The map is diagonally symmetrical.

Tips[]

  • Since Dry Season is an extremely open map with very little cover, Brock, Piper, and other sharpshooters tend to thrive in this particular map, because they can attack enemy Brawlers at a distance, without large amounts of cover limiting their area of effect. Mandy can focus safely in the bushes and poke at enemies with her extended attack range.
  • Destroying the enemies' walls will get rid of their cover, forcing aggressive enemies to stray near the border.
    • Thus, hiding behind the indestructible walls in the middle will provide good cover from non-throwers.
  • Some Brawlers like Pam and Bo can be used to counter other Brawlers, such as Brock and Piper, due to their moderate to high health and great damage output. Brawlers with attacks that spread can be used to damage enemies even as they dodge.
  • With good aim, Dynamike can defeat many enemies very quickly on this map with his Super. The two choke points at the ends of the red wall can also be blocked, dealing the full damage of two sticks. Use these choke points to your advantage as enemies might get very close together.
  • The map's outer edge features several obstacles that break the enemy's line of sight. It is recommended to use these to your advantage and ambush unsuspecting enemies, or take shelter as you heal up.
  • Brawlers such as Pam and 8-Bit can be extremely effective on this map. They can place their healing or damage boosting turret respectively in the center of the map, in order to improve positioning and control key choke points. This will force the enemy team to retreat and to play defensively, which will make them be at disadvantage.
  • Sandy is a good Brawler on this map because you can use his Super and ambush enemies hidden in bushes without risking defeat. You can also use this to hide in bushes unexpectedly and ambush enemies in a bush or to simply poke and charge your Super off them. His Super can also be used in combination with his Rude Sands Star Power.
  • Tick, being both long range and a thrower, can be used to pressure enemies while also outranging them. He can be used to attack over the enemies' main shelter and maintain a safe distance. By using his Last Hurrah Gadget, Tick becomes even more of an annoyance as he can deal with short-ranged opponents a bit better.
  • Similar to Shooting Star, using short ranged brawlers are not viable, as they can be picked on easily. If playing a short range brawler, always try and push the enemies back.
  • Support Brawlers like Byron and Ruffs are very good in this map. Byron gives you healing while fighting against opponents and Ruffs' power-up from his Super provides extra health and damage. Ruffs' Take Cover Gadget can be used to defend against non-piercing sharpshooters like Bea, Piper and Byron.

History[]

  • On 29/01/19, Dry Season was added to the game.
  • On 21/05/19, the environment of Dry Season was changed from the Old Town theme to the Retropolis theme.
  • On 26/06/19, Dry Season was removed from the game.
  • On 10/09/20, Dry Season was added back to the game. The environment of Dry Season was changed from the Retropolis Theme to the Canyon theme.
  • On 07/04/21, Dry Season was featured in the Season 2 Power League as a Bounty map.
  • On 15/05/21, Dry Season was featured in the May Brawl Stars Championship Challenge as a Stage IV map.
  • On 16/06/21, Dry Season was once again featured in the Season 3 Power League as a Bounty map.
  • On 20/08/21, Dry Season was featured in the August Brawl Stars Championship Challenge as a Stage III map.
  • On 25/08/21, Dry Season was once again featured in the Season 4 Power League as a Bounty map.
  • On 27/10/21, Dry Season was once again featured in the Season 5 Power League as a Bounty map.
  • On 26/11/21, Dry Season was featured in the Brawl Stars World Finals 2021 as a Round 1 map against SK Gaming vs Tribe Gaming NA.
  • On 27/11/21, Dry Season was featured in the Brawl Stars World Finals 2021 as a Round 1 map against AC Milan Qlash vs NOVA Esports.
  • On 28/11/21, Dry Season was featured in the Brawl Stars World Finals 2021 as a Quarterfinals map against Queen Nai vs NAVI and AC Milan Qlash vs ZETA Division.
  • On 16/12/21, Dry Season was once again featured in the Season 6 Power League as a Bounty map.
  • On 01/03/22, Dry Season was no longer featured in the Season 7 Power League as a Bounty map.
  • On 30/09/22, Dry Season was featured in the Bounty Challenge as a Stage IV map.
  • On 25/04/23, the environment of Dry Season was changed from the Canyon theme to the Stunt Show theme. Dry Season was featured in the Season 14 Power League as a Bounty map.
  • On 27/06/23, Dry Season was added to the game as a Wipeout map. The environment of Dry Season was changed from the Stunt Show theme to the Canyon theme. Dry Season was no longer featured in the Season 15 Power League as a Bounty map.
  • On 05/09/23, Dry Season was removed from the game as a Wipeout map.
  • On 24/10/23, the environment of Dry Season was changed from the Canyon theme to the Ghost Station theme. Dry Season was featured in the Season 17 Power League as a Bounty map.
  • On 24/11/23, Dry Season was featured in the Brawl Stars World Finals 2023 as a Group A-Match 1 map against Luminosity Gaming vs Revenant Esports.
  • On 25/11/23, Dry Season was featured in the Brawl Stars World Finals 2023 as a Group D-Match 2 map against Crazy Raccoon vs FUT Esports.
  • On 26/11/23, Dry Season was featured in the Brawl Stars World Finals 2023 as a Quarterfinals map against Luminosity Gaming vs Zeta Division, and as a Semifinals map against ZETA Division vs Crazy Raccoon.
  • On 12/12/23, Dry Season was removed from the game. Dry Season was no longer featured in the Season 18 Power League as a Bounty map.
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