DMZ Skeleton Key

The DMZ Skeleton Key is a new item you can get in this mode of Call of Duty Warzone 2. According to its description, it can “open any lock.” What that means remains for you to discover. In this guide, we are going to show you how to get a Skeleton Key, because the game certainly doesn’t even give you a trace of a hint.

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DMZ Skeleton Key

How to Get DMZ Skeleton Key

To get a Skeleton Key in DMZ for the Redacted Faction missions in Call of Duty Warzone 2, you have to barter for it. Bartering is a new mechanic that has been added in the latest update to COD Warzone 2. The first thing you have to do is head to the nearest buying station. Any of them will do; just beeline to the closest one, it doesn’t matter. Interact with the buy station and you’ll see the barter option in the station’s menu. Select it and scroll through the different items until you come across the skeleton key. It cost us one GPU to get the key, but we can’t say for certain whether this is a “set price,” so to speak. Maybe the game will ask you for something else, but one GPU will probably do the trick.

And there you go, that’s how you get a Skeleton Key in the Call of Duty Warzone 2 Redacted Faction missions. If you know of any other ways to obtain it, let us know in the comments. Just like the Attach a Suppressor onto a Weapon at a Workbench task in the Upgraded Arsenal group, this is really just an easy mission to get you acquainted with the new bartering system. However, the developers have kinda failed to communicate even a hint on where the Skeleton Key might be. That’s really the source of all the trouble. Now that you know how to get your hands on one, it should be a cinch.

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