Logically, one would think to drive over the rivers, but given that they are both barren, it is possible to take a ground vehicle down the Gora and Karst River. In fact, it could be a faster, and possibly sneakier, way to drive up and down Verdansk.
Craving some close-quarters combat? Coax the enemy team to meet you in the Training Course, which is cluttered and complex for being such a small footprint in Verdansk as it references a classic Call of Duty map. Just watch out for any operators who may be refereeing from the watchtower.
The Gondolas over the gorge from the Northeast, East, West, and South move on fixed schedules, and can be great ways to travel across the area. However, because it moves at a fixed speed, their movement is easy to predict; should you want to snipe someone off them, remember to “lead your shot.”
Given the verticality of Downtown, use it to your advantage by coordinating team strategies around it. Maybe a teammate can take overwatch on a building and make callouts while the others travel on foot, or each team member takes a section of a building when sweeping for items.
The various apartments within the Torsk Bloc have interiors to explore. Whether you are looking for items or for enemies, be sure to sweep every floor and room, along with the Twin Apartment Complex roof that could be a popular sniping perch.
Because of Staryy Grazna Farm’s position on top of a plateau, it offers great views over to Barakett Promenade West. Try using the Barn’s second floor for a sniping position, or use the second floor of the farmhouse to have angles over the surrounding area.
The homes within the Novi Grazna Hills cul-de-sac could be a great landing spot, as there are multiple opportunities for items and easy access to the busier Barakett Promenade area. If you are fighting within this area, you could use the smoke from the helicopter to help conceal you from long-range fire.