DMZ Dumpster Dead Drop Location, Sarwana Hotel Alley

Legion’s Dead Drop mission in MW2’s DMZ mode requires players to find a specific dead drop location in Al-Mazrah City. Sounds easy enough, but many players don’t know where to find this dumpster dead drop to deliver 20 pieces of lethal equipment. This guide explains where to find the dumpster dead drop in the Sarwana hotel alley in Al-Mazrah City.

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Dumpster Dead Drop Location DMZ Warzone 2
The Sarwana hotel alley location in DMZ Warzone 2

Where to Find the Dumpster Dead Drop in the Sarwana Hotel Alley DMZ Warzone 2

The first step in the mission is to travel to Al-Mazrah City, so do that. Depending on where you spawn, it will probably be wise to grab a vehicle. The second part of the mission reads: “Deliver 20 pieces of lethal equipment to the dumpster dead drop in the Sarwana Hotel alley, north of the Al-Mazrah City Post Office”. You’ll recognize the Post Office on the map by a white envelope icon. There are two bridges from there to the Sarwana Hotel, and the hotel is right beside the second one, which has arcs. We’ve marked its exact location on our map below.

Head there, and once you reach the Sarwana Hotel, you’ll spot a small pedestrian bridge to its side. Cross the small bridge. Right there, you’ll see a small alley. It is positioned between the bigger hotel building and the smaller one next to it. And that’s exactly the Sarwana Hotel alley we’re looking for. Enter the alley, and soon enough, you’ll see a grey dumpster right next to the back entrance of the hotel. That’s where you need to “Deliver 20 pieces of lethal equipment”. Simply put inside any Lethal you have until it reaches 20. And with that said, our “Dumpster Dead Drop Location DMZ Warzone 2” guide is completed.

P.S. If you are looking for the Medical Mule Dead Drop, then check out our separate article on where to find that specific location. And if you want to learn about the Al-Sharim Junkyard Dead Drop, we have a guide for that one as well!

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