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Where to use the Al Sa’id Shopping Center key in DMZ

Don't forget to stop by the food aisle.

Not all locations are accessible from the get-go in Warzone 2’s DMZ game mode. Some points of interest (POI) on the map, like the Al-Said Shopping Center, are locked. You’ll need a key to unlock it, but it’s worth it. That’s because while entering the mall can be difficult because of all the NPCs guarding it, it contains lots of loot.

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In addition to the loot, breaching into Al-Said Shopping Center’s parameters is needed to complete the Mall Rat mission, which requires players to take down 20 enemies and three operators while staying alive without getting down in the Shopping Center. So, there’s an extra incentive to find it and enter it.

Where to use the Al Sa’id Shopping Center key in DMZ

The Al-Said Shopping Center can be found at the Said City POI in Warzone 2 DMZ. As mentioned above, however, you’ll need a key to access the mall. There are multiple entrances you can use to open.

Finding the location is a lot easier than finding the key. That’s because the key to the Al-Said Shopping Center can only be obtained from loot containers, AI drops, or HVT contracts, so a certain level of RNG is involved,

Once you’ve found the key to the Al-Said Shopping Center, simply use it on one of its doors to get into the mall. To ensure you don’t get knocked out as you move inside, you should consider clearing out some of the AI combatants outside.

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As for what’s inside, you’ll find a lot of randomized loot—most of which will sell for a lot of money. That’s pretty much the main incentive to go in. If you get really lucky, though, you might even find a kitted-out weapon to use.


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