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Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 – How to Find The Ashika Beach Club Dead Drop Location

The Ashika Beach Club Dead Drop is at a specific location on Call of Duty: Warzone's DMZ Ashika Island map, and we show you where to find it.

There are multiple locations for you to scout out on the DMZ maps in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0. They contain several landmarks you’ll have to visit and use routinely return to if you want to complete the missions in the game. One location is the dead drop by the Ashika Beach Club.

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This is a tricky location to find, but we’ve tracked it down to make your time easier whenever you need to drop something off for a mission. Here’s what you need to know about how to find the Ashika Beach Club dead drop for DMZ in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0.

Related: How to get the City Hall hideout key in Ashika Island for DMZ in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0

Where to Find the Ashika Beach Club Dead Drop in DMZ

You can find the Ashika Beach Club on the southwest part of the map. You’ll likely need to visit this location to complete the Whistleblower mission, which has you obtaining the governor’s laptop from City Hall. These locations are close together, so you should be able to wrap up these tasks at the same time.

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The exact location of the dead drop is a bit difficult to find on Call of Duty’s DMZ map. Although the Beach Club is on the tip of this island, the dead drop will appear northwest of the City Hall location, in the more residential area. Like the other dead drops in DMZ, you’re looking for a large trash can to place the laptop, and to interact with it. We’ve found that this location is guarded by a handful of enemies, but it shouldn’t be as bad as having to break through City Hall.

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You must do this in the same deployment you acquire the laptop, or the mission won’t succeed. We recommend attempting to finish this mission alongside a group of friends, but it can be done in a solo game of Call of Duty DMZ.

When you’re using the Ashika Beach Club Dead Drop, I encourage you to double-check if you need an item from the Ashika map, or from another. This can be slightly confusing when you’re reading the mission details in Call of Duty DMZ, but this can make reaching this location much easier.

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