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How to Find a Rebreather in Warzone 2 DMZ

Warzone 2 DMZ Season 3 is a Call of Duty® game season update where the four factions are battling across Exclusion Zones to gain power.

The season has several new features, including Bartering, which enables players to exchange items at Buy Stations to construct new equipment.

It also has Contraband Workbench to add or remove attachments to weapons.

Lastly, it has Active Duty Operator Slots, which allow players to bring three separate Operators into the Exclusion Zone, each with their own on-soldier items.

These new features offer a new dynamic to the game and provide players with more options and greater rewards for their scavenging efforts.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to find a Rebreather in Call of Duty: Warzone 2 DMZ (its location),

How to Find a Rebreather in DMZ

Screenshots: LaserBolt

To find a Rebreather in DMZ, you need to loot from lockers, crates, medicine cabinets, first aid kits, and more.

They can be found in trains, gas stations, hospitals, and many other buildings.

Locations of the Rebreather (expand the screenshots above):

  1. Lockers
  2. Crates
  3. Medicine cabinets
  4. First aid kits

The Rebreather is a new Field Upgrade that allows a player to hold their breath underwater for a longer time.

It’s used for objectives like finding the cartel warehouse key from the eastern most sunken ship in Al Mazrah.

Further reading

How to Find and Extract the Cartel Laptop from the Warehouse in Warzone 2 DMZ

How to Find the Cartel Warehouse Key from the Eastern Most Sunken Ship in Al Mazrah in Warzone 2 DMZ

How to Kill the Pyro Commander in Warzone 2 DMZ


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