Warzone 2 DMZ Flotsam Cargo Cache Key Location and How to Use

Shubham Chaurasia
Shubham Chaurasia

With the introduction of the new map of Ashika Island in Warzone 2.0 DMZ, players will find many locked doors and boxes hidden all across the map. Players can find keys while exploring and killing enemies on the map. The Flotsam Cargo Cache key is one of those keys which can be found and is for a hidden box on the map. In this guide, you will learn how to get the Flotsam cargo Cache key and where to use it. 

Where to find the Flotsam Cargo Cache key?

Same to the many keys in the game, players will stumble upon the key randomly on the new map while clearing strongholds, holding SAM sites or even doing your missions. 

Players can also find the keys in the toolbox, wooden boxes and even inside the house and on the wooden benches. Players can try to capture the tsuki castle and get the weapons case as well as there will many crates and enemies and there will be a higher chance of finding the key. 

Players need to be careful while capturing strongholds on Ashika Island as the map is small but the buildings are dense so there are many places AI and even the Enemy team can make you an easy target but players can also do the same thing as third-party teams. 

Where to use the Flotsam Cargo Cache key?

After finding the key or simply stumbling across the key, players would be wondering where to use the key. They can use the key to open a secret crate hidden in the map. Players will find a bridge at the location shown below. (the bridge between the Town Center and the beach Club) 

After reaching the bridge, players need to go below the bridge and take a dive into the water. Underwater, players will find the supply crate which will be locked but players can now open it with the key. 

That’s all you need to know about how to get the Flotsam cargo Cache key and where to use it. 

If you find this guide helpful, you can check our website for more such guides and news on Warzone 2.0 and other various games. 

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