In our series of Battlefield 3 Close Quarters map strategies, after the elusive Ziba Tower, we turn our attention to the most chaotic one: Scrap Metal. Confusing, filled with shortcuts, this three-level factory features some of the most intense defense and rush action in Close Quarters.The map is made of two buildings, one two-level and another three-level section, linked by a series of pipes, bridges and shortcuts to pass from a region to the other. Each one of the buildings is large, with strategic locations where you can take position and defend specific points.So let’s start with tactics, shall we? Point A is one of the hardest flags to secure because it’s widely open, and has four different entry points to defend. The majority of players are usually entering from two sections: the staircase from the lower level of the building or the two doors facing the flag. These high traffic routes can be secured by positioning yourself between the two ventilation shacks, allowing you to push forces.Attacking point A has different approaches, depending if you’re more of a close range player or a long-range support class. In one of the parts in the video montage, we show you one of the perfect ways to support your teammates from above, by positioning yourself on the highest level of the three-level building. The roof give you awesome view of the point A, allowing you to snipe foes with ease, or blast them with a nicely shot RPG.Point B is kind of tricky. Because of there’s over six entry points to enter the area, you have to rely on two other partners to defend the B flag. Because it’s in the middle level of the three-floor building, enemies could rush you from every single area.To attack the point, try to work in circle using the long-range section, coming from the lowest level staircase. As long as you can camp next to the southeast column, giving you a proper sight at the door and staircase on the north, and you can quickly turn to your left to defend the other rushing entry point.Finally point C is the last flag for one reason: It’s impossible to control. Because of its location inside a tunnel-bridge, you can get cornered very easily. If you can’t handle enemy’s rush, your best bet is to support your teammate attack or defend against attackers from the other bridge on the east side.It’s all about your style in the end: You like to blow things up? Support with an RPG. You like to pop headshots in your enemies like rabbits? Go for a sniper.And that’s about it fellow Battlefield 3 fans. Make sure to watch the rest of our video strategy guides on At7addak TV, follow our Facebook page, Twitter account and site for all the Battlefield 3 tips, news and competitions.