Warzone 2.0’s DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) mode is a game mode with a unique concept that’s new to the players. It has been an interesting topic of discussion among the Call of Duty community.
You spawn in at a random place on the map, and you’re required to stay safe at all times, as you’ve only got one life. You’re required to loot the place with essential stuff that you can find at different places in on the map, and finally, to actually get the items you’ve looted in the DMZ mode added to your in-game inventory, you’ve got to make it out of there, safe.
Players are often struggling with exfil in DMZ mode. It is pretty tough if you don’t know what you’re trying to achieve.
Keeping that in mind, we at Frondtech will guide you on how to successfully Exfil out of Al Mazrah, and obtain the goodies you’ve worked hard for in the DMZ mode.
How to Exfil in DMZ mode
For starters, refer to your Tac-map. Here you’ll see a bunch of locations that are marked for Exfil. You’ve got to loot whatever you were looking for and make it to the Exfil points as quickly as you can.
Once you’ve reached these locations, you’ll see a fire-exit symbol. Head towards it, and you’ll be able to call in an Extraction helicopter, which basically is your escape from Al Mazrah.
In about roughly a minute, an extraction helicopter will land near you. The same helicopter will stay put for around 30 seconds.
During this time, you’ve got to board the helicopter anyhow. Anyone who isn’t able to board it will be left behind. Once the timer’s over, the helicopter will take off with anyone who’s in it, additionally, it’ll push any enemies that were quite close to you away.
Once you’ve asked for a manual extraction, other players will be notified, and no matter what, there will always be players hunting for you.
They’d want to exfil themselves, or maybe snatch from you what you’ve managed to get your hands on.
Once you’ve successfully taken off with the helicopter, you’ll win the DMZ mode, and as a reward, you’ll take away everything you looted.
This is how the DMZ mode works. This isn’t the end of it, though, we’ve got some tips and tricks in the bag for you to make your Exfil chances a little higher than what they’d normally be. Keep following for the same.
Tips on how to successfully Exfil in DMZ
- You will have to be quick with your feet and your brain: The faster you loot the essentials and get to an extraction point, the lesser the chances are for you to be taken out, as players would still be occupied with getting their hands on some loot.
- Pay close attention to the Helicopter Timer: As soon as the helicopter lands, there’ll be a 30-second window. Keep in mind that if you hop into the helicopter, you’ll still have to wait for the remainder of the 30 seconds, so we suggest that you hop in at the very last moment to maximize security.
- Use the surrounding cover as much as possible: As soon as you call an Exfil manually, get to cover. Maybe there’ll be some team scouting you that gets third-partied. That’ll leave you a perfect window of opportunity to get into the Helicopter and escape. You can also set up some traps around the exfil points to increase your chances of making it out safely.
If you still cannot manage to escape, do not worry. There’ll be other chances for you to escape in the nearby exfil points. It might take a bit of effort. But hey! it isn’t impossible!
Finally, once all the exfil points have been used, there’ll be one final point that every player must get to if they wish to escape with their goodies. If you don’t get in the last Exfil, you’ll be considered MIA (missing-in-action), you’ll lose all the stuff you’ve procured, and you’ll lose the game.
That’s everything you need to know about how you can exfil in the DMZ mode in Call of Duty Warzone 2.0. Stay tuned for more such guides, and see you all in the next one!
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Last Updated on November 21, 2022
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