Tips for playing Warzone 2 DMZ mode in solos

As we know, Call of Duty: Warzone 2’s DMZ mode is a complete challenge of grand proportions for teams... Eduardo | 5. February 2023

As we know, Call of Duty: Warzone 2’s DMZ mode is a complete challenge of grand proportions for teams of any size. 

It isn’t easy to complete every contract or mission in this mode, even playing with a squad, so if you decide to go solo, you will have many more challenges. Playing alone, you won’t have anyone to watch your back while you reload or attach plates; if you don’t have an auto respawn kit, you’re likely to end up dead in a few minutes.

However, the advantage of playing alone is that you attract much less attention than an entire squad, which means you’ll have a better chance of hiding from real enemies.

Tips for playing DMZ solo

Select the best equipment and field upgrades

It would help if you successfully prioritized equipment and field upgrades to play solo in DMZ. Stim is your best friend for your tactical equipment if you play alone, as you must remember that AI combatants are lethal.

The lethal equipment will depend on your preferences. However, we can advise you to use the throwing knife, as it allows you to make silent takedowns before any battle breaks out.

There is no doubt that there are many field upgrades that you can choose, as well as others that you should keep in your backpack if you find them in the middle of the game.

  • Deadly Silence: great initial upgrade. It can be lethal when combined with the throwing knife, ideal for eliminating enemies without entering combat.
  • Recon Drone: perfect upgrade to explore an area.

Although there are others that you can also use, these are the ones we can recommend the most for you to succeed in playing alone.

Complete easier contracts

There is no doubt that completing a contract will be the best way to get money playing in Warzone 2 DMZ mode. But as we already know, many of these contracts tend to be more complicated than others. So, if you want to venture out solo, we recommend some contracts that aren’t that complicated to complete without equipment.

  • Destroy supplies: Two locations are activated on the map where you must place a bomb and wait for it to detonate. While this may attract the enemies’ attention, it is easy to eliminate them.
  • Secure Intel: This contract will take you to a specific location where you must pick up some intel and take it to another location to load it. There will be some AI fighters at the final location, but they will be minimal.
  • Raid Weapon Stash: The AI fighters you get in this location will be heavily armed and armored, but with good equipment and weapons, you can get them quickly.

If you are playing solo, avoid the following contracts at all costs:

  • Hunt Squad
  • Cargo Delivery
  • Rescue Hostage

Arm yourself to the teeth

There is no doubt that before embarking on any mission playing solo in DMZ mode, you should be aware that you should arm yourself to the teeth. Remember that you are in a solo battle against many AI fighters. This could complicate your life if you are not well-armed, with enough ammunition, and above all, with a lot of armor.

On the other hand, you should look for cash to go to the supply stations to buy equipment, upgrades, casualty streaks, UAVs, or other types of objects that will be useful in battle.

Take enough bulletproof vests and self-resuscitation kits because if you don’t have them, you won’t last in each battle you will have to fight.

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