This is my favourite route of attack on this objective, there is often a tough fire fight when you drop down from the rocks. However if you can take and hold this high ground it makes taking the objective relatively straight forward. A sniper can also stay on this high ground (4.
) and take out the S.V.E.R. reserves heading back to the objective after the respawn, however S.V.E.R. can also get around to the high ground from the respawn so you have to watch your flank.2.
This route seems to be very popular amongst the more casual players, however there is very little cover if you want to take this route be ready to dodge bullets and just make a break for the objective. Only use this as the shortest route to get back to the objective when defending it.3.
This route has some advantages as it allows you to get around to the back of the objective and there is usually less defenders watching this side. On the downside, similar to route 2.
, once you go up the steps from the train tracks there is there is very little cover. Finally when approaching the objective be aware of S.V.E.R. troops from the left coming from the respawn.Friendly Sniper Positions:4.
This highground can be good for helping to defend the objective once it has been taken, you have clear sightlines of the main routes from the S.V.E.R. respawn to the objective.5.
This is highground close to the respawn point, from here you get a narrow sightline to the objective, it's only really useful to assist anybody running the gaunlet of route 2.
with some covering fire.Enemy Sniper Positions:
The only place I have seen enemy snipers on this objective is on the high ground at the top of the map (4.
) if we haven't taken that area.