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COD Warzone 2.0 map guide: all points of interest in Al Mazrah

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Warzone 2.0 is set in the newest map of Call of Duty, Al Mazrah. There is a total of 18 points of interest around the map. The map features all types of lands, water, mountains, and many more. Each area of this map will favour different types of weapons due to the variation in buildings, lengths, and other factors throughout the whole map. In this article, we will give you a brief overview of the whole map along with the POIs. Meanwhile, you can check our best settings and best loadout guide for Warzone 2.0.

COD Warzone 2.0: Point of interest in Al Mazrah

The whole map of Al Mazrah is divided into six sectors. And each area of the map falls under these sectors. Here are all the sectors and points of interest in Al Mazrah.

Sector 01: Northwest

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  • Oasis
  • Taraq Village
  • Western Foothills
  • Rohan Oil Refinery
  • Al Safwa Quarry

This sector of Al Mazrah includes several pools of fresh water in the Oasis. The roadside ruin along the highway of Oasis can be used as a good cover by the teams. Taraq Village is one of the hottest drop locations in this sector. This area is more intense for small squad close-range combats due to the tight confines of this area. The war-torn half-standing building in this area makes the actions more intense.

The main road and rail lines throughout western Al Mazrah pass through the Western Foothills which falls under this sector. A huge blue warehouse, a smaller white office building, and a few smaller office huts are located next to a container yard in the Western Foothills. This location can be used as a good cover while passing through this area.

The whole area of the Rohan Oil facility is one of the most crowded locations on the whole map. Players can drop here for a quick loot session along with good covers for themselves. The massive oil facility includes silos, tanks, pipes, and more to make the action here more challenging than ever.

Al Safwa Quarry is one of the largest industrial areas of Al Mazrah. The quarry includes a dozen of warehouses and chiselled stone blocks for the players to use as cover. There is a compound on the upper part of the mountain on the western side of the village. This compound can be used as a good hideout for you and your squad.

Sector 02: Northeast

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  • North Industrial
  • Western Outskirts
  • Al Mazrah City
  • Eastern Outskirts
  • Southern Outskirts
  • Zarqwa Hydroelectric
  • Mawizeh Marshlands
  • East Suburbs

This sector probably consists of the most number of buildings. The north industrial area consists of large warehouses along with an elevated highway. The western, eastern, and southern outskirts consist of some rock plateaus making these suitable spots for snipers.

Al Mazrah City in this sector is one of the most important locations on the whole map. This is a well-structured city with high-rise buildings, markets, apartments, garages, etc. In this heavily inhabited area of the City, there are a variety of unusual buildings. The contemporary “Spec Electronics” building is brilliant white and has a covered central stairway that leads to either the modern office interior or the roof via a rappel. Overall, this whole city is made up of several high-risk fight zones.

Zarqwa Hydroelectric facility is one of the main townships of this sector. This area is also populated by towers, buildings, gas stations, water towers, water vats, pump stations, and more. This area is surrounded by waterways on three sides, making it an ideal location for aquatic combats.

Sector 03: West

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  • Sattiq Cave Complex
  • Hafid Port
  • Sa’id City

This sector of Al Mazrah is comparatively smaller than other sectors. It includes deep underground hideouts, a city area, and a port. Rural buildings can be found around the Sattiq Cave Complex. The underground cave complex is what makes this location unique from others.

The port area is a big area consisting of the Rohan oil vats, pipes, and other things. Containers and warehouses in this area can be used as a good cover for the players during their combats. Sa’id City is another modern city in Al Mazrah which consists of shopping malls, soccer stadiums, apartments, restaurants, etc.

Sector 04: Zaya Observatory and Mountains

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  • Northwest Mountain
  • Zaya Observatory
  • Al Sharim Pass
  • Ahkdar Village

This sector of Al Mazrah mostly consists of roads. The main tarmac road passes through the northwestern mountain. This area also includes long mountain roads along with a bridge. Zaya Observatory is situated at the tallest mountain of Al Mazrah where players can find some buildings with domes.

An old temple sanctuary and mausoleum can be found on another mountain along the Sharim Pass. This mountain area is the perfect place for teams to rotate and take cover during the late phase of the matches. Moreover, this sector includes another village with densely situated buildings. The Ahkdar Village consists of several gates in different directions, along with a bridge and many other important buildings.

Sector 05: Southwest

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  • El Samman Cemetery
  • Sawah Village

This is the smallest sector of Al Mazrah consisting of an old cemetery surrounded by low rocky promontories, and the waterlogged Sawah Village to the south. A few residential buildings along with roadside structures can also be found around this cemetery area.

Sawah Village on the other hand is a submerged village in this sector. The village includes parking lots, twisted mountain roads, markets, an oil tanker ship, and buildings that are submerged under the water. A dead man’s ship can also be found along the coast of the Southwest.

Sector 06: South

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  • Sarrif Bay
  • Al Malik Airport
  • Al Bagra Fortress

Those who have played the multiplayer mode in Modern Warfare 2 must already know about Sarrif Bay. Sarrif Bay is a coastal area consisting of tents and resorts, a lighthouse, and several other buildings. The eastern fishing bay is an open space alongside the coast, so make sure to watch out for snipers while passing through this area.

This sector also includes the airport of Al Mazrah, the Al Malik Airport. Players can take their actions inside the airport terminals, runways, control towers, and many more locations. Al Bagra Fortress will definitely catch everyone’s eye. The fortress stands at the tip of the road. The Al Bagra Fortress Museum and Historical Site is a massive and epic fortification with many battlements, crenelations, a sizable interior, and other features.

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