Note: this page covers the Standalone version of DayZ; for information on the Mod, see Mod:Berezino.
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|A View of Berezino|
Due to its sprawling layout, this city can be more time consuming to loot than its coastal companions Chernogorsk and Elektrozavodsk. There is sometimes less available loot in the buildings here than in the other cities due to the high amount of traffic passing through.
There are three deer stands in the area surrounding Berezino; all of them are in open fields and not along a treeline where deer stands are commonly found. The first is directly north of the hospital, in the field north of town. The second is directly east of the hospital, in the field between the main part of town and the highway on the coast. The third can be found on the field east of the hospitals, north of the farms.
This city has rightfully earned a reputation for being one of the most violent places in Chernarus. Survivors regularly go here to settle conflicts or start trouble, and it is known as a haven for players who kill for sport. You have been warned.
Bandits have always been in high numbers in Berezino due to its relative proximity to the Krasnostav Airstrip (NEAF). Prior to the re-introduction of coastal spawns, and the elimination of military assets at that particular airfield, this was a dangerous combination and made Berezino one of the more volatile locations in Chernarus. With the change of NEAF to a civilian airport, Berezino sees slightly less traffic. Still, gunfire can often be heard when approaching or spawning into Berezino. The city has little in the way of high sniping points, so combat tends to stay street level.
Buildings of Interest
- Tenements (6)
- Deer Stands (3)
- Office Building
- Large Train Station
- Supermarkets (3)
- Medical Center
- Police Station (2)
- Fire Station
- Military Tent
- In real life Berezino is a city in the Minsk Province, Belarus.
- Berezino is inspired by Malšovice in Czech Republic.
- A picture of Berezino in 1980 can be found on a billboard in various schools