Residential District Dead Drop Location, Pacific Foothold DMZ

Not sure where to find the DMZ Residential District Dead Drop location for the Pacific Foothold White Lotus mission? We’ve got you covered! Warzone 2 Season 2 is well underway as DMZ fans explore all the new content added to the game. The Pacific Foothold mission requires players to deliver 3 bottles of gun oil, 2 videocassette recorders or game consoles, and 1 blow torch to the dumpster dead drop in the Residential District of Ashika Island. Read on as we provide an in-depth guide for the Pacific Foothold DMZ mission.

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Residential District Dead Drop Location, Pacific Foothold DMZ
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DMZ Pacific Foothold, Dumpster Dead Drop in the Residential District of Ashika Island Location

As this is one of those delivery missions, the first important thing here is actually to find these items. Hence, the first step is to check out our dedicated guides on where to find Game Consoles and a Blowtorch. When it comes to bottles of gun oil, unfortunately, these are pretty random to find. Hence, you’ll need to be a little bit lucky in order to obtain one of these. However, once you find these items, you’ll need to deliver them to the dead drop to complete the DMZ Pacific Foothold mission. So, where to find the Residential District Dumpster Dead Drop on Ashika Island?

As the task suggests, this dead drop is in the residential area on the new Ashika Island map. It’s the northeastern part of the map, with many private houses and yards. It will be tricky to spot it, as it is well hidden in one of the backyards. You will find this Dumpster Dead Drop in one of the smaller houses’ backyards. Check out our map below for the exact location. If you’re unsure what you are looking for, check out the second image, where we’ve encircled the dead drop with red.

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