DMZ Building 21 Weapon Case Rewards

Want to know about all DMZ Building 21 rewards for a successful weapon case extraction? The Building 21 area is now finally live in Warzone 2’s DMZ mode. This miniature map represents an area separated from Al Mazrah, where players can jump in with a keycard and a willing crew. That’s because we almost certainly do not recommend going here solo. This article lists all Weapon Case drops you’ll get as rewards for successful exfils in DMZ Building 21.

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DMZ Building 21 Weapon Case Rewards
All DMZ Weapon Case Extract Rewards Building 21

All Six DMZ Building 21 Weapon Case Rewards

As some players have successfully predicted, DMZ’s Building 21 will work similarly to Labs in Escape From Tarkov. It is a highly contested zone with limited space, constant close-quarters action, and encounters against AI and real human players. The general idea of the mode is a high-risk, high-reward style. Thus, the main question here is – is it worth the risk? Are the rewards high-tier enough for it to be profitable? To get the goodies, you’ll need to have six successful extracts of the Weapon Case. And here’s what each Weapon Case drops as a reward:

  • 1 of 6 Weapon Case Rewards – ‘Going Bark’ – Weapon Charm
  • 2 of 6 – ‘Weapon Rover’ – Calling Card
  • 3 of 6 – ‘Roar’ – Weapon Sticker
  • 4 of 6 – ‘Company Sniper’ – Emblem
  • 5 of 6 – ‘Camo Cloud’ – Vehicle Skin (Heavy Chopper)
  • 6 of 6 – ‘Silver Tox’ – Weapon Blueprint (Chimera/Honey Badger)

So there you have it. These are all the rewards you’ll get from Building 21 successful extracts. As you make progress, you’ll definitely get better drops from Weapon Case exfils. Ultimately, it’s up to you to decide if it’s worth your time and risks. One thing is sure, the mode is definitely highly intense and hectic, with non-stop chaotic action. Thus, this might be the right thing for you if you like that type of gameplay, even if you don’t like the rewards.

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