Canal Apartment 103 Location & Key DMZ Warzone 2

Not sure where to find Canal Apartment 103 in DMZ? You’ve come to the right place! In Warzone 2’s extraction mode, DMZ, it’s pretty easy to get lost. This is not only due to the sheer scale of the Al Mazrah map but also due to the abundance of locked locations and keys you find along the way. In this guide, we pinpoint the exact DMZ Canal Apartment 103 key and location.

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Canal Apartment 103 Location & Key DMZ Warzone 2

Where is Canal Apartment 103 in DMZ Warzone 2

Modern Warfare 2’s DMZ mode has over 60 different keys. Players can obtain them as rewards for completing specific missions or random drops from AI soldiers and loot. For some of them, it’s pretty easy to understand what you need to search for to find the location of what it unlocks. However, players can get lost entirely for many while trying to figure out what in the hell that key unlocks. For example, many players are unsure where to use the Canal Apartment 103 Key. And that’s probably why you are now here, reading this guide. So, let’s get down to it.

The key itself will provide coordinates when you look at it in your inventory. The green numbers say F3, so that’s where you need to go. This tile on the map is in Al-Mazrah City. This place is jam-packed with buildings and smaller POIs, so many players will get lost here while trying to find the apartment. If you check out your tac-map, you’ll see that there are several bridges in the city centre crossing the canal. The most central middle bridge is the one where you need to go.

On the right bank, you will spot a tall building immediately next to the bridge. Check out our map below for the exact location. This is the building where you will find Canal Apartment 103. There is a parking lot in front of the entrance and a billboard right above the entrance. Enter there, search for Apartment 103 inside, and unlock it with your key.

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