Veterans of the Call of Duty franchise will find the TV Station to be familiar ground: the ground floor shares a layout to the Call of Duty 4®: Modern Warfare map Broadcast. Just don’t let those rose-tinted glasses blind you from this hotly contested zone.
The skyscrapers may command your attention, but there is plenty of loot to be found in the smaller apartments and shops in Downtown. Don’t be afraid to stay at the ground level; you may just find what you need to complete your loadout.
The two Comms Towers are the highest points within the Military Base area. Although they come with a bit of risk, snipers who want to scout ahead for their squad should definitely put both of these points of interest on their radar.
It is possible to reach the top of every crane in Port, although it requires some parachuting. If you do, you’ll be rewarded with one incredible 360-degree sightline that goes from across the Karst River all the way to the Gulag.
The Train Station has three stairwells that allow for roof access: Main Concourse, one in the East Concourse, and one in the U-shaped building northwest of the Main Platform. Know that flanks can come from either of these three staircases and consider setting up equipment traps here to cover your six.
The Verdansk Train Station also has another transit hub – a Bus Terminal – which may not be as popular as the sprawling station. With some loot opportunities here and in the Military Checkpoint, don’t hesitate to check this area before – or after – exploring the main Train Station.
Like other memorials around Verdansk, the Zozsni Spomenik provides underrated verticality and views of the surrounding area – in this case, the Novi Grazna Hills. Use this landmark to situate yourself in Verdansk and also scout ahead for potential enemies.