How to Find All Keys and Use Them in Warzone 2 DMZ

 How to Find All Keys and Use Them in Warzone 2 DMZ

Warzone 2.0 has finally arrived, changing the game significantly with a new Al Mazrah map and additions such as a Gulag System and tweaked Circle Collapsing Mechanics. In contrast to Warzone’s emphasis on ranged combat, this game version promotes diversity in each battle, enabling players to fight underwater in some sections of the map.

In Warzone 2.0, keys are used in the extraction-based DMZ mode, which involves finding a key that can be used to unlock a location. In addition to ammunition, clothing items, and weapons, players can access specific points on the map by using keys they find. In addition to getting hundreds of currency, you can also get rare contraband weapons such as shotguns and laser rifles, but everything depends on where you go exploring. Keys are crucial for a lot of missions. keys can unlock houses and other infrastructure. Currently, the game has over 56 different types of keys. Keep reading and we will show you how to get and use Keys in Warzone 2 DMZ.

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How to Get Keys in Warzone 2 DMZ

Keys are scattered throughout the DMZ map, and there are 56 of those, so you can expect to see a lot of them as you explore the maps and open chests. When you find a key, we suggest you exfil them and store them. As the keys are random drops, they’re challenging to find when looking for a specific one. Keys can be found in crates, Yellow crates, taking down commanders, high-value targets, and armored guards. There are all the ways you can get keys in Warzone 2 DMZ.

How to Use Keys in Warzone 2 DMZ

All the keys you find in the game have a name, such as the Central Zaya Meeting Room key, Far South Eastern Storage Closet key, Al Bagra Barrack key, and so on. The name of the key indicates what it can open. Exfiling can enable you to store up to 20 keys in your collection. When viewing your backpack, press your cursor over the key, corresponding to the keyhole, to find out exactly where it can be used. You will receive more insight into where you need to go once you do so.

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All Keys and Where to Find Their Location in Warzone 2 DMZ

Keys are random drops, and there is no place to find a specific key. You need to keep looting keys and hope you come across the one you want. Here are all the keys in the game that we currently know about.

Special Forces DeaddropBank of Adal Top Story OfficeNorth Canals Information Booth
Weapons Repair KitBank of Adal Second Story OfficeMawizah Cell Shop
South Al Bagra Top Floor BedroomAl Bagra Munitions StoreroomCanal Apartment 10
Traveler’s LuggageB.C. ToolboxCaptain’s Cache
Police Academy Server AdminAhmed’s Grocery Store OfficeClock Repair Tools
Power Substation ToolboxAirport MaintenanceAlgae Covered Toolbox
Hafid Ship First Mate CacheChannel 7 Editorial DepartmentAl-Safwa Stone Block Office
Al Bagra Officers QuartersKosook Construction WarehouseCavern Boat Dock Shack
Hafid Ship Bridge CacheCrane Control RoomCentral Sa’id Top Floor Apartment
Hydra Island ComputerDockhand’s ToolboxLighthouse Citadel Room
IHTAQ Warehouse Supply RoomDowntown Post OfficeLongshoreman’s Duffel Bag
Groundskeeping BuildingFar South Eastern Storage Closet 
Mawizah Power Control StationCaretaker’s House 
Al Bagra BarrackCentral Zaya Meeting Room 
Al Bagra Fortress Antiquities OfficeMawizah Slum Discarded Cache 
All Keys in Warzone 2 DMZ

This concludes our guide on how to use keys in Warzone 2 DMZ. Keep reading our other guides for the latest updates on the game. 

Anjali Patel

I am a political science graduate and turned my hobby into a passion. When I am not writing, I am playing games. I love games that revolve around the main “Hero” character. My love for COD started when I was 18 and since then it has been growing. Other games that I love are Assasin’s Creed, Grand Theft Auto V. Currently building an affair with the story-based games.

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  • Great write up Anjali! Very helpful

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