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Farmer’s Lunchbox Key Location in Warzone 2 DMZ

In DMZ season 1, players have to pursue Weapons Cases, eliminate enemy squads, solve Building 21, and engage in other activities.

The journey to the season 2 upgrade includes the introduction of new sites, a reset, as well as the addition of a new faction.

Ashika Island, an entirely new Exclusion Zone, will be available for players to raid the coast before going inland.

The occupying force, Shadow Company, and operators are concealed under heavy fog.

In season 1, Building 21 has an access card and a timed infiltration window.

Operators will return to Building 21 in season 2 and if you need access cards, you need to look for them in Al Mazrah of Ashika Island.

The update also includes developments to Al Mazrah with updated intel.

In this guide, you’ll learn the Farmer’s Lunchbox Key location in Warzone 2 DMZ (season 2) and how to get, find, or use it.

Farmer’s Lunchbox Key Location in Warzone 2 DMZ

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To get the Farmer’s Lunchbox Key in Warzone 2 DMZ, you need to go to Oganikku Farms (D4 on the map).

Once you’re there, go inside the small building and unlock the lunchbox.

Here’s how to find or get to the location (expand the screenshots above):

  1. Navigate to Oganikku Farms (D4) in Ashika.
  2. Go inside the small building.

The lunchbox can be opened using the farmer’s lunchbox key.

The key can be obtained at random from enemy AI drops, the HVT contract, loot containers, and more.

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