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

Are you looking to ping a contract phone 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 use your tac-map and ping a contract phone in Warzone 2 DMZ.

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

To use your Tac-Map and ping a contract phone in Warzone 2 DMZ, you need to open the map, zoom in, and ping a contract icon.

After you’ve pinged a contract icon, go to it, and accept the contract to complete the mission.

1. Ping a contract phone

Use your Tac-Map and ping a contract phone
  1. Open the Tac-Map and zoom in.
  2. Ping a contract icon (any of the green icons on the map).

2. Find a contract phone

Find a contract phone in DMZ
  1. Go to any contract on the map.
  2. Look at the contract and press “F” or “Square” to accept it and the mission will be completed!

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