Building 21 Access Card Changes Explained DMZ Season 2 Reloaded

How does Building 21 Access Card work in DMZ Season 2 Reloaded? The mid-season Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2 update has just landed. And while this time around, there is no new content for DMZ, that doesn’t mean that the developers have completely forgotten this extraction mode. In this guide, we provide an in-depth explanation regarding the new B21 Access Card in DMZ Season 2 Reloaded.

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Building 21 Access Card Changes Explained DMZ Season 2 Reloaded

DMZ Season 2 Reloaded Building 21 Access Card Changes Explained

Warzone 2 Season 2 Reloaded is bringing bug fixes and quality-of-life improvements to the popular extraction mode. In particular, there are some critical changes regarding to how the B21 Access Card works. Here are the changes, as listed by the developer in their patch notes:

  • Players no longer need to bring Building 21 Access Cards into the match by equipping them before infiltration
  • At least one Player in a squad must  have a Building 21 Access Card in their Inventory to allow infiltration
  • If a Player does infil to Building 21 with an Access Card in their Backpack, they will lose that card if they do not extract with it
  • This change only impacts B21 Access Cards and not the Access/Key Cards for locked spaces inside B21, as those must still be equipped in your Backpack before infiltration

Sounds easy enough to understand. However, many people are confused because you no longer need to bring the card with you equipped. However, at least one player in your squad will always need to have an Access Card in order to enter B21. That means that it’s not unlimited access. This change will also stop players from abusing access cards. Namely, you were able to promote a player in your party with no B21 cards from the matchmaking screen as the party leader. This resulted in no card being used at all. This is no longer possible.

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