Downtown Tavorsk District may have plenty of defined roads, but they are often cluttered and are flanked by skyscrapers. If you’re trying to drive – or fly – across the map, it may be wise to go around it, as you may run into less trouble.
The Mini Map and Compass are two of the biggest pieces of reconnaissance technology in the game – and they come standard on your HUD. Use them to call out enemies – e.g. “two snipers at 90 degrees/East/90” – or plan your next move. Also, look on the bottom of the Compass to see the name of the location you are currently in, which can also help with navigation and call outs in combination with our map.
Need a vehicle that has to fit the whole squad, but still be quick enough to get you out of the collapse? The Tactical Rover is your vehicle; it’s like an ATV, except it has enough space to ensure that you’ll leave no Operator behind.
Mastering all the weapons you can pick up in Warzone boils down to knowing its strengths and weaknesses, including their recoil size and pattern. If you want to test out a weapon outside of the Warzone, try upgrading to the full version of Modern Warfare®, loading up Multiplayer and testing it out in Private Matches.
Blueprints can allow you to preview earnable attachments and show you new and exciting ways to customize weapons. Try unlocking them in-game or getting them through the Battle Pass system and Store and see what you’re missing!
Many parts of Verdansk North, especially the School and Riverside, are also featured in Co-Op Special Operations within Operations Kuvalda, Harbinger, and Brimstone. If you have the full Modern Warfare experience, you can hop into those operations and explore the area further before dropping into it for Warzone.
Shield Turrets may take some time to put down and position correctly, but when it is ready, it can rip through soldiers and vehicles alike. Just be aware that your back will be completely exposed while using one, so either have a buddy watch your six or set up defensive equipment accordingly.