How to Play on Safe Haven

How to Play on Safe Haven

You’re fast and furious (and well-armored)? Then try getting here in time to secure a nice position on the dock, with containers and walls providing protection—or even proceed to the enemy base. Keep in mind that once the dock doors are destroyed, you’ll be more exposed to enemy fire.

The map’s key novelty. You can enter the tunnels beneath the bunker and brawl there, using your tough armor and the geometry of the walls and floor to your advantage. If you prevail, you can advance to the enemy base, or use the exits to the docks and the main entrance. The “second deck” (the bunker’s roof) has a couple of positions for spotters.

Fun fact #1: The radius of “unconditional spotting” is one of a sphere and not a circle, and those below will feel the presence of those above.

Fun fact #2: Tanks in tunnels will sometimes get stunned (but with zero damage) from high-caliber arty shells.

These are the main sniping positions, allowing you to contain enemy attacks in the port area and in most of the green zone.

These are the main sniping positions, allowing you to contain enemy attacks in the port area and in most of the green zone.

These are the main sniping positions, allowing you to contain enemy attacks in the port area and in most of the green zone.

These are the main sniping positions, allowing you to contain enemy attacks in the port area and in most of the green zone.

These are the main sniping positions, allowing you to contain enemy attacks in the port area and in most of the green zone.

These are the main sniping positions, allowing you to contain enemy attacks in the port area and in most of the green zone.

These are the main sniping positions, allowing you to contain enemy attacks in the port area and in most of the green zone.

These are the main sniping positions, allowing you to contain enemy attacks in the port area and in most of the green zone.

The green zone is a designated area for faster vehicles. Use the abundance of covered positions, mostly around the railroad, to close in on the enemy. The sweetest spots, offering a nice view of the center of the map, are by the small rocks near the truss bridge. There’s also a relatively safe flanking bypass along the red line.

If a team has lost the battle on the docks, they can draw a defensive line here. The shortest way to get to either base in these areas is over the deck of a barge, and there are only two ramps to hold in each case. Even when outnumbered, the defenders will still have a chance.

If a team has lost the battle on the docks, they can draw a defensive line here. The shortest way to get to either base in these areas is over the deck of a barge, and there are only two ramps to hold in each case. Even when outnumbered, the defenders will still have a chance.

Drydocks

The two covered, bomb-proof drydocks are part of a larger complex that functioned as a naval base decades ago. The key feature of the installation is the large concrete bunker with tunnels for safe access to the drydocks. Now, it’s a subterranean crossroads, and the drydocks provide repairs for civilian ships.

Drydocks

The two covered, bomb-proof drydocks are part of a larger complex that functioned as a naval base decades ago. The key feature of the installation is the large concrete bunker with tunnels for safe access to the drydocks. Now, it’s a subterranean crossroads, and the drydocks provide repairs for civilian ships.

Truss Bridge

This is another prominent structure from the industrial age. Though such bridges are abound in many countries, as the triangle is a great shape for distributing weight, this one bears close resemblance to those you can see around Japan.

Landmark Site

This important place features a

goshinboku

, a mighty tree of a venerable age, which is a

yorishiro

, or an object serving as a conduit for spirits called

kami

. This status is signified by a

shimenawa

rope girding it. The

torii

gate marks the transition of those passing under it, from the mundane to the spiritual.

Port Crane

Japan is undeniably a sea-bound country, and among the many engineering feats accomplished while it was becoming an industrialized nation are massive port cranes of a unique design.

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