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How to “Acquire a Stronghold Keycard” in Warzone 2 DMZ

Are you looking to get a Stronghold Keycard in DMZ?

Warzone 2 has multiple missions that you can complete for rewards.

To check your missions, you need to open the “Faction Missions” menu.

Missions can be obtained from three factions including Legion, White Lotus, and Black Mous.

Your starting faction is Legion, and each faction has missions from various tiers.

The tiers include tier 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 DMZ missions (the higher the tier, the better the reward).

After you’ve completed a mission, you’ll get its rewards and unlock higher-tier missions.

The rewards that you can get are bonus XP, weapon blueprints, and other missions.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to buy, get, or acquire a Stronghold Keycard in Call of Duty: Warzone 2 DMZ.

  1. Acquire a Stronghold Keycard
  2. Clear the stronghold and loot the White Lotus Intel
  3. Go to an Exfil point

1. Acquire a Stronghold Keycard

How to acquire a Stronghold Keycard (expand the screenshots above):

  1. Collect some cash and valuables around the map.
  2. Go to the shop in Al-Mazrah City.
  3. Sell your valuables until you have $5,000.
  4. Buy a Stronghold Keycard for $5,000.

2. Clear the stronghold and loot the White Lotus Intel

Clear the stronghold in Sawah Village:

  1. Go to the stronghold in Sawah Village.
  2. Defeat all of the enemies in the Stronghold.
  3. An enemy will drop the White Lotus Intel and you’ll have to loot it.

3. Go to an Exfil point

Go to an Exfil point:

  1. Go to an Exfil point on the map.
  2. Go inside the helicopter to complete the “Storm the Stronghold” mission.

Further reading

How to Storm the Stronghold in Warzone 2 DMZ

How to “Activate 1 UAV Tower” in Warzone 2 DMZ

How to “Use your Tac-Map and ping a contract phone” in Warzone 2 DMZ


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