The various apartments within the Torsk Bloc have interiors to explore. Whether you are looking for loot 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.
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 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.
Although the Stadium is a massive landmark landing site, those who see too many people landing there could alternatively land in its nearby Suburbs, otherwise known as Bloc 6. It has plenty of buildings to loot from, and is only steps away from the usually more contested Stadium area.
While the interior of the Stadium is currently inaccessible, the various gates that would lead into it have an underrated number of loot opportunities. Just be sure to use the security features and stadium architecture for cover, since Downtown Tavorsk skyscrapers have solid views of the Stadium’s southeast-facing side.
The homes within the Novi Grazna Hills cul-de-sac could be a great landing spot, as there are multiple opportunities for loot 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.
WHP tents are usually stocked with loot, so a whole camp in rural Verdansk can be an oasis amid the snowy mountainous forest. Come here for the items and stay for the potential close quarters combat between the tents.