Players of Call of Duty have benefited from a major update that includes brand-new objectives for all factions in all levels as well as updated settings for the game’s well-liked game mode, DMZ.
For instance, there are brand-new smuggling tunnels beneath the dry sands of Al Mazrah that contain a ton of fantastic weapons and loot you may use to reinforce your arsenals and wallets for your next raid.
Smuggling Tunnels, a tier two task for the White Lotus group, is to locate the smuggling tunnels in the DMZ of MW2.
This mission has three main objectives: locate the smuggling tunnels; install tactical cameras to monitor two of the entrances; and finally, extract.
How to locate the dmz smuggling tunnels
There are several different entrances to the DMZ smuggling tunnels, and each one is located in a remote area. Locating these can be difficult as it turns out. Two of their locations can be seen on the map up top.
Proceed to the region inside the red circle to find the first entry (denoted by ‘1’ on the above map), where you will find a few entrances that have already been blown open. They should also be simple to locate given that they are the only notable feature in this wide desert.
The second red circle, which points to the second entrance, is where you can find a well tucked away between a few walls. You can either jump down the well to get access or use the rope to go down.
How can I get inside the DMZ smuggling tunnels?
The Dmz smuggling tunnels can be accessed in three distinct methods, including:
On the other side of the main road, a well serves as the entrance to the tunnels’ northernmost segment. Some barriers partially block your view of it, but you can still find it with a quick runaround.
May still be found with a fast runaround.
A modest home with a ladder inside the Smuggling Tunnels fortress allows you to access the site.
A sizable entrance on the system’s southernmost side also provides access to the tunnels.
You can easily miss it if you aren’t paying enough attention because it is partially obscured by trees and foliage.
If you’re on the Smuggling Tunnels task, we advise choosing the final choice because you’ll need to set up a tactical camera there. Additionally, the majority of the enemy forces are on the southern side of the tunnel, so you may take them out right away.
Use extreme caution if you decide to enter the Stronghold directly. There are a lot of AI forces waiting downstairs, thus it can be perilous to go down there. Smoke grenades should be used before you descend. Similarly, before eliminating your opponents, you can damage them with a number of frag grenades.
It is recommended to use as many deadly arms as possible when fighting combat with AI opponents below ground. Being a closed space, firing grenades in the tunnel at first will lead to multiple eliminations. Do your best to remove your teammates before the riot shield bots charge them outside the tunnel. If you’re lucky, one of the bots will drop an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), which you can use to launch and find every enemy in the area.