How To Download Data from The Crashed Planes Black Box & Find & Extract the Politician’s Letter In Call of Duty Warzone 2 DMZ

Debarun Joardar
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Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 has a new mode called DMZ which includes a number of tactical missions where you need to go in with your team and perform a bunch of tasks and then exfil the heavy AI enemy loaded zone alive. 

In essence, DMZ gives you and your team the task of sneaking into and navigating the Al Mazrah territory from Warzone 2.0 in order to complete a number of goals. Here, as opposed to Battle Royale, your goal is to complete some chores before escaping alive. In Battle Royale, your goal is to endure until no one else is left. To make this more difficult, the area is filled with AI guards and hostile players, each with their own goals. And trust me, these AI are not your regular guys from Recruit or Regular difficulty from the campaigns. 

That being said, if you want to know how to complete the quests of downloading data from the Crashed Plane’s Blackbox and also find and extract the Politician’s letter, this article will help you out.

How To “Download Data from The Crashed Planes Black Box” in Call of Duty Warzone 2 DMZ

To get started with this quest under “Political Takedown”, you must travel to the Sattiq Cave Complex, which we have marked in the map with a rectangle. 

Next, to locate the Blackbox, you must get to the cockpit of the crashed airplane (in the picture above).

Once you get to the cockpit, you will notice the option to download the Blackbox contents. 

How To ” Find & Extract the Politician’s Letter” in Call of Duty Warzone 2 DMZ

Just like you found the Blackbox in the cockpit, you will find the politician’s letter in the crashed rear end of the plane. And that’s all you got to do for these quests.

Final Tips:

When you get to the spot, you will see a lot of tier-2 and tier-3 AI enemies. Make sure you and your team take out all of them. This is because when you are downloading the Black Box contents, you will be unable to move for about 30 seconds, which leaves you open to attack. 

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I am Debarun Joardar, a student of Computer Science and Engineering, with a huge affinity for gaming and anime alongside writing. I enjoy studying criminology, beatboxing and I am obsessed with cooking. When I am not coding or cooking, you will find me engrossed in playing FPS single players or binge-watching anime.
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