Destiny 2 Vostok Crucible Map - Tips and Tricks

Destiny 2 Vostok Crucible Map - Tips and Tricks

In this Destiny 2 Crucible guide we'll detail all the game modes and provide tips on how to play each of the maps, including Trials of the Nine.

In this Destiny 2 Vostok Crucible Map guide we'll give you all the info you need to learn the Vostok map and master each game mode. Read on for tips on how to play Control on Vostok.

If you need anything else relating to Destiny 2, then head over to our Destiny 2 guides hub, featuring information on the game’s weapons, mission walkthroughs, strikes, raids and more.

Vostok Map - Destiny 2

The Vostok Crucible map might look familiar to some, and that's because it's a returning location from the original Destiny. It was playable in the Trials of Osiris mode in Felwinter Peak, and although players have already experienced this map through the original Destiny, Bungie confirmed that this will be the only returning location in Destiny 2.

How to Play Control on Vostok in Destiny 2?

Head to our Crucible guide for general info on Destiny 2 Crucible's Control game type, but here we have more specific info on where the control points can be found on Vostok.

Vostok is a significantly larger map than the Endless Vale, giving players much more space to deal with. Once again, Control point B is directly in the center of Vostok, situated in the raised courtyard between two towers of a fortress. This are is likely to become a warzone, as both teams vie for control of the critical point B during Control.

The two towers either side of the fortress can be entered, and provide ideal sniping spots for anyone who has a good enough aim. The fact that these sniping points overlook roughly half the map each prove that Vostok will likely be a long range battle, not the close quarters combat arena that the Endless Vale is.

There's also a Gondola Station round one side of the Vostok Crucible map, with another Control point and more sniping points, meaning that Control point B doesn't have the only sniping points in the whole map, and you'll have to keep your head down the entire time you're playing around Fellwinter Peak.

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