TF2/Team Fortress 2 Mapper's Reference
A quick reference for the numbers and statistics that any Team Fortress 2 level designer should know. Most importantly, use these numbers to help make a map feel in proportion, as TF2 maps are slightly larger than maps for other, more realistic mods.
These are the minimum empty space dimensions required for a model to fit and function in the game. Players can move through spaces with these dimensions, and Engineer structures can be built and operate in them. All sizes are in Hammer Units.
|Model||Height||Width / Depth|
|Sentry gun (level 3)||87||49|
These are the viewheights of each class. This is how far the player's first person camera is from their feet. Being that these are all taller than Half-Life 2's viewheight of 64, it is a good idea to keep these taller viewheights in mind when considering your map's dimensions.
The maximum jump clearances for each class, in Hammer units. A player can clear a gap that is as wide as the Horizontal clearance for his class. They can climb a ledge that is as tall as his Vertical clearance.
|Double (Jump followed by Force-A-Nature)||?||148|
* = wall climb
|1 rocket||992 (1024 max)||448 (576~691 max)|
|2 Rocket *||N \ A||928~992|
|3 Rocket *||N \ A||1184~1248|
|4 Rocket *||N \ A||1312~1376|
* = Medic necessary
|1 sticky||2112~2144||728 (928-960 max)|
|2 stickies||over 6000||3072~3104|
|3 stickies *||?||over 6323|
|4 stickies *||?||over 7769|
* = used as platform
The speeds below are measured in Hammer units per second. The scout, for example, has a movement speed of 400, so in ten seconds he can cover a distance of up to 4000 Hammer units.
For a frequently updated and much more detailed list, visit the Official Team Fortress 2 Wiki.
func_breakable) and/or targets in a map. Damage data gathered using func_breakable's - Min Damage to hurt property. Settings for the entities were: Strength > 1.0, Physical Impact damage scale > 0.1
|Class||Weapon Type||Damage Dealt|
|Sniper||Sniper Rifle (0%)||50|
|Sniper Rifle (100%)||150|
- item_healthkit_small = 20.5% Health
- item_healthkit_medium = 50% Health
- item_healthkit_full = 100% Health (Execpt Mannpower)
These are some general room dimensions from the popular maps to help gauge the proportions of your level. This section is not intended to provide detailed specifics on individual room layouts, decorations, etc.
|Ramp Room resupply||512||464||240|
|Long Hallway into Ramp Room||1024||128||180|
|Inner Sewer tunnel||1136||192||192|
|Inner Sewer water (puts out fire if crouched)||-||-||42|
See Map prefixes
Some other useful reference info for mappers that didn't fit into the categories above:
- Maximum "walkable" height of a single stair step: 18
- Minimum width required to "walk" from one stair step to the another: 0.04
- Maximum walkable slope: ~45.57°, or about 51/50
- Maximum height to fall from before taking damage: 269
- Maximum distance a spy can travel while cloaked and using...
- default weapons: 3200
- the L'Etranger: 4480
- Maximum distance a medic can travel while ubercharged: 3200
- Maximum distance a demoman can launch a sticky grenade: 1600
- Maximum surface height an engineer can build on by jumping from the top of a sentry: 188
- Maximum slope an engineer can build on: 17/32 (rise/run)
- Maximum detection range of a sentry gun: 1024
- Minimum ceiling height required for an engineer to build a...
- dispenser: 64
- sentry: 68
- teleporter: 95
- Maximum distance a demoman can charge using the Chargin' Targe: 1152
- Maximum height each class can jump out of water to a ledge:
- Scout: 19
- Soldier: 22
- Pyro: 22
- Engineer: 22
- Heavy: 29
- Demoman: 22
- Medic: 29
- Sniper: 29
- Spy: 29
- The Source of many numbers on this page come from the mapping reference "Tutorial Heights" by Amakiir.
- August 15, 2009
- Description: "I have color coded the map. Orange means all classes. Red means scout. White means double jump where one is a normal jump and one is a Force-A-Nature jump. Blue means engineer. Starting clockwise from where you spawn: The maximum height of a fall without taking damage. ; The maximum height of a crouch jump. ; The maximum height of a normal double jump. ; The maximum height of a single jump followed by a Force-A-Nature shot aimed straight down. ; The maximum height of a triple jump. ; The minimum size of a hallway (height and width). [83 x 49 (height x width)]; The minimum size of a hallway in order to build a teleporter. [95 x57 (height x width)]; The maximum slope for constructing buildings upon. [85/160 (Rise/run)]; The maximum height an engineer can build (standing on a sentry gun). 
- Tumbolisu, who tested for class jump heights out of water.
- Made by Amakiir