DMZ Barista’s Bag Key Location

In our DMZ Barista’s Bag Key Location guide, we are going to show you where to use the key. We can’t really give you the exact location of the key itself, since it seems to drop randomly from elite enemies. However, we can absolutely show you where you can find the bag, since it’s really difficult to find. Let’s begin!

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dmz baristas bag key location
DMZ Barista’s Bag Key Location

Where to Use Barista’s Bag Key in DMZ

You use the DMZ Barista’s Bag Key in the general area of the Mall on the Vondel map. More specifically, you want to go to the very east of the F4 quadrant, just to the west of the mall itself. Take a look at the screenshot below to see exactly where you need to go. When you get there, you have to look for a little kiosk that has Patisserie written above the counter. Hop inside and loot everything in sight, because there’s cash registers and a ton of cabinets for the taking. More importantly, though, there’s a door opposite the counter. The Barista’s Bag will be to the right of the door. Take a look at the image above to see where the bag itself is.

where to use baristas bag key in dmz
Barista’s Bag location (click to enlarge)

And there you have it, that’s the location where you need to use the Barista’s Bag Key in DMZ. Now, we do have to mention that the whole Mall area is crawling with AI enemies that are around level 2. That does mean they are pretty easy to pick off one by one. However, if you alert too many of them, they will gang up on you. Be careful, or you’ll find yourself surrounded and gunned down pretty quickly. And, of course, be wary of any other players you might run into. And that’s about all we have for this guide. If there’s something else giving you trouble in the game, check out some of our other guides, like Veterinarian Key Location and Cigar Boxes Locations.

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