Mud Covered Cache Key Location DMZ

If you want to know where to find the DMZ Mud-Covered Cache key location in Warzone Season 2, you’ve come to the right place. The new extraction zone, Ashika Island, is filled to the brim with new locations to explore. Some are easy to find, some not as much. In this guide, we provide the exact location of the Mud Covered Cache.

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Mud Covered Cache Key Location DMZ

Where to Find Mud-Covered Cache Key Location in DMZ

You probably know the drill by now and how it goes with keys in Call of Duty Warzone 2’s extraction mode DMZ. The keys are entirely random drops, and there is no guarantee that you will get them in a specific place. Hence, if you were hoping to learn where to get the key for this location, we can’t help you there. Nevertheless, if you have the key but don’t know where to find the Mud Covered Cache, we’ve got you covered. Read on as we explain where you need to go.

The Cache in question is on the Ashika Island map. To be more precise, you must go to the G5 coordinates. That’s the Tsuki Castle point of interest. Once there, head to the northeast edge of the castle. There’s a bridge there crossing the canal. Check out our map for the exact location of the bridge. Furthermore, make sure that you are well prepared. Ideally, you should not go there alone. Next, you will need to go below the bridge. Finally, you will need to dive into the river just beneath the bridge.

As you can see, the Cache is just below the bridge. Use your key to unlock it and enjoy the rewards! And while you are here, check out Tsuki Castle Weapons Locker Key and Floatsam Cargo Cache Key guides. Thanks for reading, and have fun!

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