Rockwall Brawl (originally called Death Valley) is an official map for the Solo and Duo Showdown event.
The map is geometrically patterned with an extremely large bush border. Brawlers spawn in pairs where they have the choice to retreat or defeat their "neighbor" and take the Power Cubes that spawn with them. The map does not harbor absolute symmetry, but the map gets more symmetrical the closer to the center you are.
- If you spawn next to an enemy Brawler which counters your Brawler, it is advisable to move to the corners of the map. However, if you feel confident taking them on, make use of any bushes or cover nearby and attempt to force them away from any nearby power cubes.
- As the poison clouds close in, the main cover is inaccessible and it becomes an all-out fight. Ranged Brawlers are great if they can camp at a central position.
- Heavyweight Brawlers are suitable for this map due to the high amount of cover on this map.
- El Primo's Suplex Supplement Gadget can be used to throw dangerous enemies to the other side of the wall so the other enemies will finish it. Also, if you continually press on his Gadget button whilst navigating through the extensive bushes on this map, you will throw any lurking enemies before they get a chance to attack you, giving you a key advantage over them. You can use the added time to run away or you can prepare a devastating attack on the disorientated enemy.
- The giant bushes near the corners are good places to hide if Brawlers are low on health. However, bear in mind that enemies already in the bushes could easily launch a surprise attack on you. You can reduce the chances of this occurring by scanning the bushes with your main attack before going inside the bushy area.
- Brawlers with a wide sweep and piercing attacks, such as Emz, can take out boxes in pairs, saving them valuable time and giving them an advantage at the start of the match. Brawlers with piercing main attacks can also use boxes as cover when taking on Brawlers with non piercing attacks.
- Using throwers and other Brawlers that can hit enemies that are behind walls can be helpful since there are a lot of walls in this map.
- Rico’s Super Bouncy Star Power is extremely powerful on this map because there are many walls on this map which will allow you to bounce shots effectively, allowing you to target Brawlers even when they are hiding behind a wall. The additional 620 damage also gives you a key advantage over enemies, allowing you to deal even more damage on top of the range increase which will help to bounce shots onto Brawlers in a variety of situations. Bear in mind that Rico is an extremely high skill cap Brawler and, to get the maximum value out of his mechanics, you need to be able to bounce shots accurately onto enemies consistently.
- Brawlers that thrive at close range like Leon or Brawlers with high-damaging attack like Bea thrive if they spawn on the out side edges because they can easily check bushes or dive straight in without much worry.
- Another Brawler that is strong here is Edgar. Because this map has a lot of walls, Edgar's Super can be used to jump over them and ambush a lot of the more squishy Brawlers on this map.
- Colonel Ruffs can be very useful because his bounce attack can damage brawlers from points they can't. His Star Power Air Superiority can help him make quick escapes because it can break walls.
- On 14/6/17, Death Valley was added to the game.
- On 5/12/18, Death Valley was renamed to Rockwall Brawl.
- On 29/1/19, Rockwall Brawl was affected by the Healing Mushroom Modifier.
- On 18/12/19, Rockwall Brawl was removed from the game.
- On 10/9/20, Rockwall Brawl was added back to the game. Rockwall Brawl was now affected by the Energy Drink Modifier.
- On 16/1/21, Rockwall Brawl was featured in the Duo Showdown Challenge as a Stage III map.