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Where to find all of the Call of Duty Warzone subway stations

Verdansk's fast travel system is hidden well below the city, so here's where you can find all the Warzone subway stations.

 You can no longer use subway stations in Warzone because the original version of the game was shut down. However, this guide will be updated and will come in handy if Verdansk ever returns.

Verdansk, Call of Duty Warzone’s original battleground, has evolved a lot in its lifetime, and during Season 6 of the Modern Warfare era it received a fast travel system using subway stations. If you’re stuck in the gas or in an intense firefight, this gives you a quick way to escape – if you can find one of the subway station locations, that is.

There are seven subway stations spread across the sprawling landscape of Verdansk, but they were not well signposted. Each station spawns two metro trains operating on different lines that can take you to a new destination quickly, providing you’re not in an active firefight. They also offer some pretty decent loot if you’re a bit light on gear.

To make best use of the fast travel options presented by subways though, knowing their locations is crucial. So without further ado, here’s everything we know about the Call of Duty: Warzone subway system, including their locations, loot, and rules of play.

Call of Duty Warzone subway locations

Verdansk’s seven subway stations are spread across the map and are adorned with a big M logo. They also have curved roofs covering the steep descent downward, so they shouldn’t be too hard to miss.

Here are the seven Warzone subway stations:

  • Verdansk International Airport (A)
  • Lozoff Pass (B)
  • Verdansk Center (C)
  • Downtown Tavorsk District (D)
  • Barakett Shopping District (E)
  • Verdansk Train Station (F)
  • Torsk Bloc (G)

The layout of each station is the same – they all have two platforms which are clearly labelled with the next stop. They also have side rooms with loot and a ladder – perfect if you need to sneak up on someone.

However, be warned – subway stations pose a few threats. Firstly, the tracks are electrified (obviously), so you’re going to want to avoid stepping on them when jumping from platform to platform. The metros will also not leave if there’s an active firefight in the station, so don’t barricade yourself in one expecting to fast travel to the next destination.

It’s also worth noting that in the later stages of the game, metros will travel to stations covered by the gas. If a station that’s already out of the circle is your next stop – pray that you’ve got a gas mask and big lungs.

So there you have it, that’s how to find and use Warzone’s subway system. Using the tracks is often the difference between life and death in Verdansk.