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DMZ Drifting Supply Bag Location – Warzone 2

Use the Drfting Suuply Bag Key here.

The Ashika Island map in Call of Duty DMZ is full of hidden caches, locked containers, and loot spots which require specific keys to unlock. The Drifting Supply Bag is one of them, and you must have its corresponding key to unlock this duffle bag. However, before doing all that, you need to know the exact location of the Drifting Supply Bag, and how to acquire its key. Here's how to get and where to use the Drifting Supply Bag Key in DMZ.

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DMZ Drifting Supply Bag Exact Map Location

Drifting Supply Bag sits on the seabed off the Oganikku Farms coast at map sector D2, in the northern section of Ashika Island. Check the yellow circle on the map image above to see the precise location of the Drifting Supply Bag; mark the duffle bag on your tac-map, and use the Drifting Supply Bag Key to unlock this locked cache. Swim or drive a boat to the marked point and take a dive under the water to find the loot cache; I recommend doing this with a Rebreather field upgrade since the duffle bag is located deep underwater.

Where to Find Ashika Original Masks in DMZ

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Inside the Drifting Supply Bag, you'll find three masks including the Ashika Tengu Original, Ashika Kitsune Original, and Ashika Mask of Riddles. Each of these masks is worth $25,000. I recommend not selling any of these masks, as you will need them to complete the Contraband Stash Expansion 3.

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This upgrade challenge requires you to find six Ashika Original Masks, and you can do it by extracting the contents from the Drifting Supply Bag twice. After using the Drifting Supply Bag Key, make sure to stow it in your backpack before exfilling from the map. You can use this key to unlock the duffle bag three times in three different matches, so make the most of it by collecting the Ashika Masks.

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Where to get the Drifting Supply Bag Key in DMZ

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The Drifting Supply Bag Key can be acquired by unlocking the H.M.S Shipwreck Crate located in the map sector I5 in DMZ. To unlock this crate, you will need the H.M.S Shipwreck Key. This is the easiest and most surefire way to get the Drifting Supply Bag Key in DMZ Season 4.

Other than this, you can obtain keys by completing HVT Contracts, and looting different caches, crates, duffle bags, clothing, toolkits, and other spaces. You can also target claiming Supply Drops on Ashika Island. Most often, these drops have keys you can use later on.

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