- "The most inconvenient way to indirectly enjoy a Hawaiian sunset."
- ―In-game description
|Teams||Alpha vs Bravo|
Reflection is set at the top floor of a downtown Honolulu skyscraper during a pink sunset. It is primarily two tiered, with a large hole from a blast at the left side. Although it provides an excellent vantage point over key objectives, it does leave players using the higher sections exposed.
There are two primary ways to traverse between floors. One of them is a set of double staircases at the far right end and upon exiting, have a straight line of fire towards those watching down through the blast hole on the map's other side.
The second method to the top is an elevator that is operable at the map's left. A small hallway leads to it which allows players looking from above to see others heading over to enter. Although it is a quicker way up, the doors open up right by the vantage points, allowing for surprise ambushes. The hallway does have a side path to allow more clever players to trick others into thinking they had boarded before slipping out of sight.
There are also two construction catwalks along the building's north and south ends that allow for more covert ways up and down. In addition, there are also multiple other ways through cracks and hatches by clambering on objects.
- The sun reflects off of buildings and shines heavily on the north and west sides of the map. This can impede player vision looking in those directions.
- However, this effect is only temporary, as the sun will fully set through the first half of the match and the second half will be played in darkness. The buildings with the reflective faces will no longer be so and instead will be lit up.
- The map's Uplink is Helo Sniper, once completed an AI controlled operative riding in a helicopter will move around the map to snipe enemies with an M107A1. The Uplink can be shot down by explosives or when it sustains enough damage.