Warzone 2.0

How to Get Self-Revive Kits in Warzone 2 DMZ

How to Get Self-Revive Kits in Warzone 2 DMZ

Warzone 2 DMZ is one of the best game modes that will likely make the game even more popular than Warzone Caldera, but that’s a debatable topic and I won’t get into that. Warzone 2 is very much similar to Escape from Tarkov or The Cycle Frontier, but in the CoD universe, which makes this game such a hit among players. DMZ has a lot of AI, who are pretty smart and can jump you. On top of that, you also have enemy squads ready to gun you down any time possible. Death in quite frequent in DMZ, but as long as you have a squad member alive they can revive you. Another way to revive yourself (quite handy for solo) is using the Self-Revive Kit. Keep reading and we will share how you can get your hands on one or more self-revive kits.

Where to Find Self-Revive Kit in Warzone 2 DMZ

To find self-revive kits, you need to locate the first-aid kits. These can be found in walls in building. You can also get self-revive kit after killing a boss or commander such as the Juggernaut, but killing a boss is not easy task and doing it just for the self-revive kit does not make sense. You may also find it on the ground if an enemy dropped there after being killed by an AI. But, all these methods are quite random with no guarantees.

Where to Find Self-Revive Kit in Warzone 2 DMZ

The best way to get a self-revive kit is to loot Ammo Cache. When you enter the ammo cache building, head to the first floor and scan it for the self-revive. Out of 10 runs I made, I found the self-revive kit in the ammo cache 7 times. Sometimes, you can find two of these at a time. So, if you are a solo player, it’s a must for you to visit an ammo cache as soon as the match starts. Be the first at the location or the self-revive will be gone. Ammo cache are not just great for self-revive kits, but gas-masks, quality weapons including the Signal 50, and much more. This is a one-stop-shop to fully gear up for the fight ahead.

This is all we have in this guide. So, if you want to secure a self-revive kit, be the first one to visit the ammo cache sites. There are plenty of them and all are on the outer side of the map, so you do not have to worry about enemies much. Ammo cache are also not heavily guarded by AIs, so you can sneak in quickly and gear up.

Harsh Clif
He is caught in a loop between writing about games and playing them. It's a vicious cycle. Although he's biased towards PC, you can occasionally find him on the PS5. He does not own an Xbox Consoles but plans on getting one soon.

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