A Grand Tour of the Call of Duty®: Mobile Battle Royale Map (Part 3)

Our final part of our look into locales on Isolated takes us to several new areas to the Call of Duty® universe in the Eastern-most part of the map, as well as some familiar places from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare® and Black Ops 2®.

by James Mattone on October 28, 2019

This final chapter – for now – of our Isolated tour from Call of Duty: Mobile’s Battle Royale Map takes us to some extremes on the map: in this part of the tour, we explore the areas that can be seen on the furthest points to the north and south.

Our first stop takes us to one area that rounds up the trio of locations from Call of Duty: Black Ops 2’s Transit Zombies experience.

Diner

Order up!

The Diner, which can also be seen in Call of Duty®: Black Ops 4’s Blackout mode, sits southwest of Launch and forms a triangle with the Bus Station and Farm locales.

Along with regular loot, the Diner is another location where Zombies and the Mystery Box can spawn. So, should you be searching for the undead and these powerful loot rewards, consider snagging a table here and sweep the floors for items.

Alternatively, there are plenty of other potentially loot-filled houses and buildings to explore outside the main Diner. The area also is nestled among several hills on Isolated, which offer a bit of rough terrain when trying to travel out and away from the collapse.

Practice Range

The southern-most area of Isolated contains the Practice Range, an area with an obstacle course, airplane hangars, and plenty of sheet metal buildings that act as a training ground for soldiers in training.

All of these areas within the range have the potential to have loot, including caches that contain weapons, healing items, higher level armor and more. There could even be a helicopter waiting outside the airplane hangars, which makes for a quick getaway from several groups of enemy players or the always dangerous collapse.

Also strewn about the complex are a few tanks that can act as makeshift cover, should you find yourself away from buildings and in hostile territory.

Overgrown

Get “All Ghillied Up” in this locale from the Call of Duty 4®: Modern Warfare Multiplayer experience.

Located in the Northwest-most portion of Isolated, Overgrown features the iconic buildings and tall grass that veteran snipers might be familiar with. Just as they were a catalyst for long-range battles back then, Overgrown’s layout welcomes those ready to put on their distance scopes and seek out enemies from afar.

From the large farmhouse to the gas station and the creek that runs below, cut through the grass here and you may potentially find enough loot to outfit a whole squad. Just stay alert: not only do snipers lurk here, but the collapse can creep up at a fairly quick rate due to its location on Isolated, should the safe area be far away from the north and east.

Sakura

Beautiful Japanese cherry blossoms are in bloom in this brand-new area to the Call of Duty universe.

Sakura offers some architecture to investigate that stands in stark contrast to the pink flowers that fall from the dozens of trees. Normally, this area would be a fantastic place for a quiet retreat, but on Isolated, Sakura becomes a battleground filled with weapons, equipment, armor and more within its buildings.

South of the main town is a small lake island that is accessible by way of an old wooden bridge. Sometimes, this area contains an upgrade station to boost your class with better technology for your equipment. In either case, the houses here offer a bit of protection and more potential loot locations outside of town.

Killhouse

Across the pond from Sakura is Killhouse, the Speedball-style warehouse featured in Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare Multiplayer. It’s also a map within Call of Duty: Mobile’s Multiplayer game mode, should you want to explore the main location without 99 other rivals attacking you.

Modelled after the F.N.G. Campaign tutorial mission, this area is meant to be a training ground for soldiers in training. In Isolated, however, this locale is prone to plenty of live fire inside and around the main warehouse.

Use your remarkable fruit-killing skills here, along with the ability to scope out loot scattered throughout the area, and you may be one step closer to achieving victory in this Battle Royale.

Or, if you decide to venture outside the main training ground, there are a few big warehouses that contain loot stashes and second floor windows which can be used as power positions.

Countdown

Our final stop on our tour of Isolated is Countdown, which is located on the Southwest corner of the map.

A map from Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, Countdown is a massive missile launch site with multiple silos and hangers to explore.

Don’t worry about accidentally falling into those silos; they were sealed shut just like the giant barrels of the anti-air cannons. What you should look for, however, is plenty of loot in the warehouses and around the silos.

Much like Overgrown all the way up North, be advised on where the collapse is after dropping into Countdown and rummaging for supplies. Should the safe area be all the way across the map, try to find a vehicle – potentially a helicopter that could spawn here on occasion – and book it to the other side of the massive Isolated map.

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