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Main Harbor Control Key Location in Warzone 2 DMZ

In the first season of DMZ, you get to chase Weapons Cases, eliminate enemy squads, solve Building 21, and more.

The path to the season 2 update contains new locations, a refresh and reset, and a new faction.

Ashika Island is a brand-new Exclusion Zone where players will invade the shores before making their way inland.

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

In season 2, Building 21 features an access card and a timed infiltration window.

The operatives will revisit Building 21 in the second season, and players can get access cards by searching for them in Al Mazrah or on Ashika Island.

The update will also bring improvements to Al Mazrah, including new intel.

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

Main Harbor Control Key location in Warzone 2 DMZ

Screenshots: TroubleChuteBasics

The Main Harbor Control Key location in Warzone 2 DMZ is north of Port Ashika (H6).

Once you’re there, navigate to the small building by climbing up the staircase.

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

  1. Head to the north of Port Ashika (H6).
  2. Climb up the staircase and unlock the small building’s door.

The door can be unlocked using the Main Harbor Control key.

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

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