Player vs Player
PvP is where you test your skills & power against other players’ BOTS. PvP features a variety of interactive maps that include trains, elevators, electrical walls, shattering glass platforms, moving terrain and more.
The aim of the mode is to destroy all enemy players. PvP is playable in free-for-all mode or team battle mode.
PvP has a chance to award Battlemesh when you complete matches. BOT-Stract is also awarded upon completing matches.
Flop is the most competitive 1v1 map in Ohka BOTS due to pushing being very difficult unless players choose to fight near the edges. Flop is made up of signs and cliffs of varying heights.
Holodeck is made up of platforms and breakable glass, making it a very chaotic map where you will rarely see a player defeat another outside of pushing. The glass has three stages of health and loses health when landed on by any player, cracking and then completely shattering after a short delay once its health has run out. The glass takes one damage when an untransformed player lands on it in any fashion, and two damage from transformed players.
Power Generator is a large map with a train circling the outside areas which can be boarded by players. Building platforms which are otherwise inaccessible can be reached by riding the train. Additionally, the train deals noticeable damage to players if they fall into it or are hit by it head-on.
Heatsink is made up of two platforms and two elevators that are surrounded by lava. The elevators are attached to each platform and go up and down, allowing players to board one elevator, ride up and hop down to the opposite platform. The platforms and elevators each have their own area from left-to-right and are segregated by lava, but the gap can be jumped by a BOT with enough speed.
Neo-Data-Cross is a large map, situated in the air and mostly made up of small bridges connecting the map. There are many gaps that must be jumped to navigate the area, which also means there are many opportunities to push enemies.
Login is a small room surrounded by electric fencing with no edges. Jumping or being knocked into the fencing deals damage and a large knockback.
X-Change is a treadmill-like platform that can change directions based on players attacking button mechanisms controlling the treadmill. On either side of the treadmill is a large fish-shaped contraption that vaccuums inward, sucking players that get too close into an instant death.
The Core Dump is a room made up of objects (Cores) that can be attacked to be sent sliding across the room. The power in an attack determines how quickly and how far a Core moves. Cores deal damage to whatever they touch when moving, whether that be a player or another Core - bumping them as well.
The largest map in Ohka BOTS, Hoverbyte City is the rebuilt Hackenn Core. The map has jumping platforms and is surrounded by lava.