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Breeze Callouts and Locations in Valorant

Breeze (Image by Riot Games)
Breeze (Image by Riot Games)
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Modified 24 Apr 2021
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Riot Games recently unveiled the upcoming 6th Valorant map, the tropical island, Breeze.

Valorant has become one of the most popular FPS esports within the first year of launch. A major reason behind that success is the amazing post-launch support it received with lots of new content. If there was one thing the fans were not satisfied with, it was the map pool.

Initially, Valorant consisted of only 3 maps, with the 4th one joining at launch. The 5th map, Icebox, was added to Valorant in Episode 1 Act 3, and now, the 6th map, Breeze, will be joining the map pool with Valorant Episode 2 Act 3.

Here is a quick rundown of some of the most notable callouts and locations in Breeze.

Related: Radianite Island and Pirates in Bermuda Triangle, the story behind Valorant’s latest map, Breeze


Breeze Callouts and Locations in Valorant

Breeze follows a typical 3-lane map design with multiple connections in between. But unlike other 3-lane maps of Valorant, Breeze boasts a lot of open spaces. The open spaces will likely instigate multiple fights between the attackers and defenders.

A site in Breeze (Image by Riot Games)
A site in Breeze (Image by Riot Games)

The A-side locations are as follows:

  • A Bridge (connects Defenders side spawn and A site)
  • A Site (one of the two sites for planting spike)
  • A Pyramids (Two metal pyramids present on the A site)
  • A Cave (A long path connecting A site and A Lobby)
  • A Shop (A short path connecting A site and A Lobby)
  • A Lobby (A wide area connecting Attackers Side Spawn and the entrances towards A Site)
  • A Rope (A hanging robe that can be used to move from A Lobby to A hall and vice-versa)
  • A Hall (A smaller area that leads up to the Mid Wood Doors)
  • A Switch A switch that can be used to open and close the metal doors)
  • A Metal Doors (Metal sports that give access to the A site from Mid. Bellet cannot penetrate the doors)
Mid in Breeze (Image by Riot Games)
Mid in Breeze (Image by Riot Games)

Mid area locations are as follows:

  • Defenders Side Spawn (The main area for defenders to spawn)
  • Defenders Side Arches (an area connecting B site and Defenders spawn)
  • Mid Nest (A high position beside Mid Top, which can be used for sniping)
  • Mid Top (Upper area of Mid)
  • Mid Stack (an area adjacent to B Elbow in the mid)
  • Mid Pillar (A Pillar in the Mid)
  • Mid Wood Doors (Wooden door connecting mid to A)
  • Mid Chute (a small trap door connecting mid and A)
  • Mid Bottoms (The lower part of the mid connecting Attackers Side spawn to Mid)
  • Mid Cannon (A passage connecting Mid bottoms to Attackers Side snake and B windows)
  • Attackers Side Spawn (The main area for attackers to spawn)
  • Attackers Side Snake (A long path connecting Attackerts spawn to B windows)
B Site (Image by Riot Games)
B Site (Image by Riot Games)

The B side locations are as follows:

  • B Wall (A wall present in the main B site)
  • B Site (one of the two sites for planting spike)
  • B Back (The backside area of B site)
  • B Tunnel (A tunnel connecting Mid to B site)
  • B Main ( A wide area connecting B Windows and b Elbow to the main B Site)
  • B Elbow (a path connecting Mid Top to B main)
  • B Window (a small area connecting Attackers Side snake to B Main)
Breeze Map (Image screencapped from Valorant)
Breeze Map (Image screencapped from Valorant)

Breeze will join the Valorant Map Pool with the launch of Episode 2 Act 3, which will also introduce the new Forsaken bundle and an all-new battle pass, filled with new content.

Published 24 Apr 2021
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