The Warzone 2.0 map it’s so big that many users probably still can’t find everything they need. Keys that open doors, briefcases with special weapons, extraction points… there are many options that arise in a game, so if your head still hasn’t given you enough to memorize everything, don’t worry, this map lets you all on a tray
Warzone 2.0 interactive map
In Warzone Tactial Map You will enjoy a map in the purest Google Maps style from which you can filter the locations of the resources you need at any given time. You will be able to locate all these key points:
Keys Weapon Crate Radioactive Caches Strongholds Weapon Crate Radiation Zones Safes Extraction Zones Spawn Points
Your guide in battle
Tools like this are quite handy. Some may think that it is cheating, but in reality it is nothing more than a compilation of all the existing points that you could have discovered after many hours of play. What you save.
With the idea that you can have everything at a glance, this interactive map can be viewed directly from any browser, including your mobile, so you will have the necessary help in a matter of seconds whenever you want.
Where to locate all the keys
Taking a look at the map, we can see at a glance where all the keys scattered around the map are located, which open different doors and boxes in which to find weapons and different accessories. Those related to faction missions are marked in green.
Where to find the orange briefcases
On the other hand, the weapon cases (the orange ones) can appear in three different locations, so this map screenshot indicates them exactly where they usually appear. Be careful because it is usually a point where many players go as soon as the game starts, and also the Juggernaut is usually there watching.
The extraction zones rotate according to the games, but it is interesting to know which ones are usually the last to appear in the rounds. In red you can see which are the extraction zones that are usually the last to be available before the radiation covers the entire map. The only extraction area that sometimes acts as normal and on other occasions as the last available area is indicated in purple.
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