Warzone 2 DMZ The Route Forward Mission Guide

Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0, developed by Infinity Ward and Raven Software, is getting exciting daily because of the Warzone 2 DMZ Missions. The DMZ Missions are added for the players to get some interesting rewards through which they can buy different items and add new weapons in the game for their match. The developers of the Warzone 2 have added a lot of new DMZ Missions. All the missions will give you some great rewards for successful completion. There are many new missions in the game for you to complete.

Now, the players are looking for a guide to complete the Route Forward Mission in the game. The Route Forward Mission is not very difficult in the game. This is the Tier 4 mission available for the White Lotus Faction. We are here with the guide, listing the steps on How To Complete The Route Forward Mission in the Warzone 2 DMZ. So, let’s get started with it.

Warzone 2 DMZ The Route Forward Mission

The Route Forward Mission is a Tier 4 mission available in the White Lotus Faction. Completing The Route Forward Mission in the game will reward you with the CHISEL, a gun blueprint. Below we have listed the information about the mission.

  • Tier: 4
  • Rewards: 40K XP, CHISEL
  • Faction: White Lotus

Warzone 2 DMZ The Route Forward Mission Tasks

The players are confused about the task they must complete in the game to finish The Route Forward Mission. We have listed the tasks below, do check them.

  • Pick The Seven Tracking Devices from Al-Sharim 
  • Place The Tracking Devices on AQ Trucks
  • Download Data in Sattiq Caves Server Racks

How To Complete The Route Forward Mission

To complete The Route Forward Mission in the game, follow the steps below. To make it easier for you, we will also explain the steps through which you can complete the mission without any issues.

Pick The Seven Tracking Devices 

The Route Forward Mission is a straightforward mission that you have to complete. The first task you must complete is picking the Seven Tracking Devices. You have to go to the Al-Sharim Pass. You can go to the Southeast Side of Al-Sharim Pass, where you will find two buildings on the hillside. Now, you will find the dumpster, open it and take the seven tracking devices there. The first objective will be completed after it.

Plant Seven Tracking Devices on AQ Trucks

Once you have the seven tracking devices from the Al-Sharim, you have to plant them at the AQ Trucks. You have to find the seven AQ Trucks where you can plant the seven tracking devices. The trucks can be found easily at the Sattiq Caves. You have to find all the trucks near the same location. Most of the trucks will be near the Riverside Caves. When you are planting the tracking devices, make sure to protect yourself from the enemies. You can find the trucks at the following locations listed below.

  • First Truck: Riverside Caves at the Sattiq Caves
  • Second and Third Truck: Near the Riverside Caves at the Sattiq Caves
  • Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Truck: Two Trucks near the left-hand side of the entrance of the Upper Caverns
  • Seventh Truck: Outside the Upper Caverns

Downloading The Data From The Server Rack

You need to complete this last objective to finish the mission. In the last objective, you must download the server rack data with the Sattiq Caves Bunker. The server rack can be found in the crashed plane in the game. You have to go to the bunker, and after it, you have to get near the server rack so that you can interact with it to download the data. Do this, and the mission will be completed.

Wrapping Up

We all know Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 DMZ Missions are exciting for the players to complete. On completing the mission, the players are rewarded with exciting amounts and items. The Route Forward mission is one of them. We have added the steps to complete the mission without any confusion. That’s it for this guide. If you have any doubts, do let us know in the comment section below.

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