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Castle Detonator Location in DMZ

The latest DMZ update (season 4) introduces new features and content like the Phalanx faction.

The Forward Operating Base (FOB) serves as a central hub where players complete objectives to unlock upgrades.

This includes weapon slots, stash size increases, and access to new missions.

A new Mission Objectives menu allows players to track their faction missions, upgrades, challenges, and notes.

In addition, there are seasonal resets for key and mission item stashes.

However, active duty slots and contraband weapon inventories remain unaffected.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to Find the Castle Detonator Location in Call of Duty: Warzone 2 DMZ.

Castle Detonator Location in DMZ

Screenshots: TroubleChuteBasics

To find the Castle Detonator Location in DMZ, you need to go to the northwest part of the castle.

Once you’re there, there are two possible locations.

The first is on the first floor on the table underneath a painting.

The second is at the top of the castle, inside the tower near the “Upload” computer, on a container.

Castle Detonator Location (expand the screenshots above):

  • Location #1: Northwest of the castle, on the first floor on the table, underneath a painting.
  • Location #2: Northwest of the castle, at the top, inside the tower, near the “Upload” computer, on a container.

These are just two of the possible locations for the Castle Detonator.

There is usually more than one location, which is near the same area.

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