Although the guide sections out Verdansk into five sectors and over 330 points of interest, combat doesn't just take place within those areas. Be mindful of how battles can spill over from sector to sector, especially when it comes to long-range engagements.
Although these homes aren’t built, they can still act as temporary shelter while exploring the Novi Grazna Hills. These homes also provide great views over to the Barakett Promenade, so consider climbing up to an unfinished roof or second floor to snipe or scout northwards.
Enjoying the Zhokov Boneyard? What about Port of Verdansk? Those locales, and more, also appear as maps in Ground War, a five flag objective Multiplayer game mode. If you're interested in studying up on multiple Warzone locations, consider getting the full version of Modern Warfare and playing Ground War.
You can quickly learn where you are in Verdansk by a few area markers: each major location has a name over it while infiltrating the Warzone, the Tac Map also has these major location names, and, at the top of your HUD, it will show the area you are currently in when applicable.
Out of all the buildings in West Verdansk, few compare to the complexity of the Verdansk International Airport Terminal. Move through here as a group, and you won’t lose each other or get picked off by team with better synergy.
If you want to potentially get the jump on players at the Dam or other points northwest, skip them and land towards Riverside. With it being at a less extreme location on the map and having plenty of buildings for loot opportunities, your squad could set some ambushes for enemies sprinting towards a safe zone.
Travelling across the Military Base, especially when hopping from hangar to hangar, might be a daunting task on foot. Given how little cover there is on the roads and runway, using a vehicle around here isn’t a bad idea, and in some cases, you might just find one lying around on the base.