A remake of a Reason 2 Die map from 2012. By the Norwegian flag on one of the buildings, this is set in the Norwegian Sea.
Many survivors look to the desolate seas to find some safety in the apocalypse, but often forget that other survivors likely had the same idea before them.
One of the places most often visited is a tiny Norwegian base named as "Sunny Seaside". Norway's relatively low population compared to other modern countries, as well as the aforementioned location of the base, made it a prime example of what you could call an attractive, "safe" place to travel, but in reality, it's more akin to a tourist trap.
It is extremely small and has been occupied by dozens of survivors over the years, often with ill-fated results. Thus, all those who choose to go there nowadays often find themselves cornered, with help miles away, stranded in the ocean. Sunny Seaside's name does not fit it at all.
The visual design is akin to that of Blox Harbor. This is quite a small complex with two buildings, wooden decks, and other miscellaneous structures. It is shaped like a square, meaning rotation is key on this map. With no significant camping spots, constant movement is recommended.
- Rotate the map as much as possible, as you can get easily trapped in with little to no escape.
- Diggers are a nuisance on the map. Avoid them at all costs.
- Secondary melee weapons that push zombies off, such as the Shovel, are a good idea to use, since you can usually push most zombies into the water.
- Explosive weapons, like the RPG aren't recommended as there is a very high chance of suicide on this map.
- Diggers cannot dig in this map.
- This is a remake of the Reason 2 Die: Resurrection (2012) map of the same name.
- Inside one of the buildings is a black mirror with a sticky note on it that has a drawing of a smiley face, a reference to the show Black Mirror.