Bus Stop sits at the bottom of Main Street’s steep incline, a dangerous pathway running between several buildings with views down onto the road. Its layout, however, is more predictable than you might assume at first glance.
There are three buildings of importance here. Along the southern border, the Construction Site is the most lethal, especially its east-facing side providing partial cover and a commanding view toward the Bus Stop. Further east, the Corner House and Barber provide a long view over Main Street. Expect building-to-building skirmishes to break out between these and the Construction Site.
Think the view out of the Corner House window is good? It gets better. Climb the ladder next to the fridge nearby for rooftop access; now you’ve really got the advantage, plus you can hop around to the other nearby rooftops.
Drop into a compact corner of Rio de Janeiro as bystanders scramble to escape the scene of the oncoming battle. Brave the tightly clustered center, fire down on enemies from the rooftops, or stick to the perimeter and eliminate enemies from afar.
At the foot of Mount Corcovado, battle erupts within a densely packed urban center plagued by crumbling infrastructure and broken streets, enclosed by a mountain range on one side and a lagoon on the other.
Operators who deploy to this mid-sized map will need to keep a sharp eye on the tight central buildings, offering plentiful verticality and a sloped ground floor rising steadily toward the mountains. The perimeter is equally hazardous with potential danger across every storefront, staircase, and alleyway.
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