Warzone 2.0 DMZ Central Zaya Meeting Room Key Usage Explained
Call of Duty Warzone 2.0’s DMZ mode is filled with uncovered secrets, making the gameplay really interesting for players. Players can get their hands on DMZ keys that can be used to unlock buildings and rooms scattered around the map. Unlike other collectible items in DMZ, keys are not affected by the death penalty. While it might be easy to find the keys in DMZ, learning where to use them exactly is a different story altogether. This guide will walk you through the usage of the Central Zaya meeting room key in Call of Duty DMZ.
Central Zaya Meeting room key guide
An easier way to understand DMZ mode is by comparing it with Escape from Tarkov. Staying alive and making it out of the raid is very crucial to save all the loot and collectibles in this mode. If you are trying to use all the keys in your possession before the upcoming Season Two wipe, you might want to be confident with where you are heading on the map.
Firstly, you can find the Central Zaya meeting room key in the following places on the map:
Enemy AI Drop
Before getting into a match, make sure to have the Central Zaya meeting room key in your inventory and not in your key stash. If it is in your key stash, you will have to go in and move it to your loot bag before the match. Following this, head into Al Mazrah and the exact place is in the Zaya Observatory. Of course, this is pretty evident from the key’s name. However, you will have to go to the building in between the two white domes in the center of the area. Notably, the building is rectangular in shape and in the center of the Observatory.
Upon entering the building, you will have to go through the front door. Here, you will have to track down a door with a white “X” marking on it. This is the door that will lead you directly to the Central Zaya Meeting Room. Using your key on the door’s lock will allow you to enter and claim all the loot you can find inside the room.
What’s changing in DMZ soon?
In a recent blog post, Call of Duty said, “We previously announced that Season 02 will include a reset and Faction Mission Refresh.”
It detailed some of the changes. They are as follows:
Contraband Weapon Inventories will be rolled back to the starting weapons.
Key Inventories will be emptied.
Faction Missions and mission progress will be reset to make room for an updated mission set that incorporates all Exclusion Zones.
Talking about why it is doing a refresh, Call of Duty said that the mission progress in Season 01 got too difficult, too quickly, and in Season 2 it is making sure that each mission challenge and time requirements are balanced. It added, “The Key Stash will now be able to hold specific mission items that you must gather from one Exclusion Zone and bring to another. This allows us to have longer-form missions that utilize all of our Exclusion Zones.”