Warzone 2.0 Map Guide: All locations and points of interest in the farm

Coinciding with the long-awaited release of Modern Warfare 2, Call of Duty’s Warzone free-to-play battle royale game gets a powerful makeover with an all-new map, Al Mazrah.

Bleeding by the tropical caldera breeze, Warzone 2.0 now embraces the desert heat at The Farm, located in the fictional Republic of Adal. With new cities, landmarks, and stone ruins, players will have completely new locations to learn.

Some of these locations are also maps in Modern Warfare 2, so those who’ve already dabbled in multiplayer should find them quite familiar.

Here’s a quick guide on all the locations you need to know in Warzone 2’s new map, The Farm.


A guide to the new Warzone 2 map and its points of interest

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The first sector: the northwestern farm

  • District 1a: The Oasis
  • District 1B: Tariq Village
  • District 1C: Western Foothills
  • Area 1D: Rohan Oil Refinery
  • Zone 1E: Al Safwa Quarry

In the northwest area of ​​the farm, players will find a sprawling landscape of oases, roadside ruins, and three main locations: Tariq Village, Rohan Oil Refinery, and Al Safwa Quarry.

Tariq’s village seems to be the safest place to drop in, loot, and grab a quick ambush. POI has a lot of structures that provide you with cover, lookout points and hiding places.

If you are looking for fast loot and quick battles, Rohan Oil is the place for you. The oil complex is basically an open area with tents and workers’ quarters on either side. Opponents can climb many silos and tanks, so always keep an eye out for trigger-happy snipers.

Similar to Rohan Oil, the Safwa quarry is a massive industrial complex nestled deep in the western hills of the plantation. If you’re looking for a good location for enemies out in the open, you’d better land in the Upper Mountain complex. However, your best bet for loot will be in the middle of the complex where the cranes and factories are located.


Sector 2: Al Mazraa NE

  • Zone 2A: Northern Industrial
  • District 2b: Western suburbs
  • Zone 2C: Al Mazraa City
  • District 2D: Eastern Suburbs
  • District 2E: Southern Suburbs
  • Zone 2F: Zarqawah Hydroelectric
  • Zone 2G: Beautiful marshes
  • Zone 2H: the eastern suburbs

Sector 2 features the map’s densely populated metropolitan area, Al Mazraa City. You can expect a large number of buildings to explore, including a police station, tall buildings, and even an embassy, ​​which could make it the biggest hotspot on the map.

If the hustle and bustle of city life isn’t for you, you can head to the eastern suburbs, where you might have a more subtle looting spree. The site is home to a market, a shopping mall, and a highway that runs through the entire city.

Al Zarqawah Hydroelectric is another important location that you need to know to rotate the maps. The village has quite a few historical monuments, apartment complexes, and industrial buildings. Since Zarqawiya is near the middle of the map, you can expect struggling agents and teams to eventually get here once the loop closes.


The third sector: the western farm

  • Zone 3A: Satiq Cave Complex
  • Zone 3b: Port Hafeez
  • Zone 3C: Saeed City

The crown jewel of the western sector is a deep network of underground bunkers below the town of Satiq. The Satiq Cave complex is a great place to sit tight and catch opponents unfamiliar with the site’s maze-like structure.

While the exterior of the Satiq Cave complex consists mostly of crumbling villages and outposts, players can visit the more established coastal sites of Port Hafez and Medina Said. Some of the main attractions here include the oil pier in Hafeez Port and the football stadium in Said City.



Sector 4: Mazraa Zaya Observatory and the Mountains

  • Zone 4a: Northwest Mountain
  • Zone 4b: Zaya Observatory
  • Zone 4C: Al Sharim Pass
  • District 4D: Ahkdar Village

Sector 4 is a difficult location to land in since it is sandwiched between four other sectors. Once the circle is closed, you should expect several players to pass through that sector.

Despite being a hot spot in the middle of the game, players can find hard spots in either Zaya Lookout or Ahkdar Village.

As the highest point on the farm, the lookout gives a vantage point on the whole map. Once you’ve cleared this place from the initial withdrawals, your opponents will have quite the flight to get to the main hub of the location. We are talking about curvy roads, bridges and rough terrain.

When you are in Ahkdar village, you will be captivated by the sights. The World Heritage site consists of a central courtyard, a large market, and modern apartments. With POI having narrow alleys and labyrinthine buildings, teams engage in close-up shootouts here.


Sector Five: The Southwest Farm

  • Zone 5A: El Samman Cemetery
  • Zone 5B: As Sawah Village

With only two main attractions, Sector 5 is the perfect place for those who want to avoid battles and play the long game.

The walled cemetery of Al-Samman can be treated as the initial drop-off point for the southwestern area. From this deserted place, you can access other apartment buildings in every direction for more loot.

Just south of the cemetery, you will find the sunken village of As-Souah. Tourists, Atlantis on the Farm is home to a few unique attractions, such as the covered market and an oil tanker on the beach.


Sector Six: Southern Farm

  • Zone 6A: Exchange Bay
  • Zone 6B: Al Malik Airport
  • Zone 6C: Qal’at al-Baqara

Similar to Sectors 3 and 5, the Southern District includes three coastal locations: Suraif Bay, Al-Baqara Castle, and Al-Malik Airport.

While it contains the usual inland area of ​​residential buildings and gas stations, Sarif Bay has its own Al Manara Peninsula, East Fishing Bay, and Resort. Since swimming is now a mechanic in Warzone 2, you and your team can swim and observe your enemies from the coast.

Al-Baqara Castle is a walled island town located southeast of Sarif Bay. One road leads to it by the bridge and the entrance to the cistern, but it looks like you can also swim your way to the island’s beaches.

King Airport sees more modern architecture, with multi-storey car parks, warehouses, an airport terminal, and a control tower. When you are looting, it would be best to stay away from the long, ramshackle runway, the most open area in the entire POI.

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