DMZ Drifting Supply Bag Location

The DMZ Drifting Supply Bag location is really difficult to find, because it’s in the middle of nothing, in the open water. If you don’t know exactly where it is, there’s almost no way to figure it out, aside from diving in random spots until you get lucky. That’s why, in this guide, we are going to show you where to find the Drifting Supply Bag in DZM.

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DMZ Drifting Supply Bag Location

Where to Find Drifting Supply Bag in Warzone 2 DMZ

To find the Drifting Supply Bag location in DMZ in Warzone 2, you first need to go to the northwest of Ashika Island, to Oganikku Farms. From there, you need to swim to the north. When you are to the west of the ship icon, dive down. That’s where you’ll find the bag. Of course, you need the Drifting Supply Bag key to open it, so don’t bother unless you have it. Now, we can’t give you more precise instructions, because there’s no landmarks to use for orientation. So, take a look at our map screenshots below to see where you need to go. Needless to say, it’s risky to swim out into the open water like that. Exercise appropriate caution.

So, yeah, that’s where you find the location of the DMZ Drifting Supply Bag. As for the key itself, that’s a whole different can of worms. Why? Well, because it’s a random drop. You can get it from loot containers, or certain contracts, as well as from AI enemies. There’s no guarantee that you’ll get the key throughout the whole match, mind you. So, you should probably just play every match as you normally would, completing quests and whatnot. If you happen to run into the Drifting Supply Bag key, then head over to the location above as soon as you can (if it’s possible at all). If not, well, better luck next time. It’s not like opening the bag is an absolute necessity. Good luck!

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