Along with Shacks, Side Street offers the most visibility from end-to-end, though the lowered Mosaic Alley path offers partial concealment for Operators staying off the main path. Other potential ambush points include the Gutter separating the road from the northern Junkyard, as well as the Grassy Knoll area and the blockade next to it.
It may be best to avoid the Side Street itself due to its heightened exposure, not to mention the several parked cars just waiting to explode mid-firefight, eliminating anyone unlucky enough to be using them for cover.
While there’s no truly safe spot to call in a Care Package on Favela, the Side Street is likely your best bet to successfully secure a crate when the fight is focused elsewhere. Call it down in the Junkyard or near the southern blockade where the sight lines are more easily manageable compared to other points in the vicinity.
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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