As of the most recent DMZ mission, codenamed “Bedrock,” the relocated Al Mazrah can be found in the “Koschei Complex.” The map’s similarities to Building 21 will put your combat prowess to the test as you struggle to stay alive in the forbidding underground facility. Here we’ll show you how to survive the Bedrock DMZ mission in Warzone 2 and come out on top.
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The new subterranean bunker in Al Mazrah, which is the starting point for the DMZ mission Bedrock, has four separate entrances. For further information on these entryways, feel free to peruse our Koschei Complex location guide, however the Al Mazrah City destination is the more user-friendly option.
Due to the high-level nature of the enemies and other people outside, you should equip yourself with armor plates and a potent loadout before venturing inside. You’ll also need to get your hands on some jumper cables and a fresh battery for your vehicle, both of which may be sold within the building.
Plan of the Koschei Complex
There is no pocket-sized map, however there is a blueprint that shows the layout of the Koschei Complex:
Remember that this is the view from the Al Mazrah City entrance; if you’ve come in a different way, it may seem different. For the second Bedrock mission, which takes place in the Chemical Plant, you’ll require the Night Vision Goggles, hence the ‘Dark’ location.
Chemical Treatment Plant
Following the red arrows on the wall once inside the Koschei Complex will lead you directly to the Chemical Plant. The player must utilize the Jumper Cable and Car Battery to activate the door to get access to this location. If you haven’t done so already, clear the area around the base of foes (they will eventually respawn).
The materials can then be fastened to the adjoining electrical box.
It may take a while for players to unlock the Bunker Door to the Chemical Plant.
The final Bedrock goal of DMZ is not too difficult to accomplish thanks to the presence of Exfil symbols within the Chemical Plant. In order to escape, players must don their Night Vision Goggles and choose a safe location. Keep an eye out for AI and other Operators while you’re here, and if you’re in a group, lean on your companions for help.
In order to leave the Koschei Complex, you must go to one of the Exfil stations, which will be to the right of the Chemical Plant. The mechanism will close after a 30-second delay, so gamers will have to wait for it to come down.
The FTAC Recon Contraband and 15,000 experience points will be yours after the elevator doors close on your Bedrock adventure.