DMZ mode in Call of Duty: Warzone 2 is about survival and exfiltration. The game mode has several loot items, collectibles, and weapons in an A.I. filled environment. You can ensure your survival and strengthen your operator by properly utilizing the Buy Stations present across the map.
How does the Buy Station work in DMZ?
Buy Stations are marked with a shopping cart symbol on the tac map. You can approach a Buy Station and interact with it to open the resources menu, as shown in the image above. Here, you'll see the following three tabs:
- Gear: In this menu, you'll find various items that can aid your survival in the DMZ. These contain combat and circle defense items, field upgrades, vehicles, equipment, and killstreaks. While some of these items, like backpacks, are available in limited quantities, others, like armor plates, can be bought infinite times.
- Buy Contraband: In this section, you can purchase Contraband Weapons to carry and use in the DMZ. The cost of these weapons varies depending on how many attachments the gun comes kitted with. Furthermore, these weapons are permanently lost if you die in the DMZ.
- Sell Valuables: There are two ways to get cash in DMZ: loot cash or sell valuables at the Buy Station to get cash in return. You can keep items like Hard Drives and Comic Books and sell them in this section of the nearest Buy Station. The selling prices of these items vary and are listed while you're picking them up as loot.
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Every gear available in DMZ Buy Stations and their cost
- Armor Plate - $250
- Munitions Box - $1000
- Gas Mask - $2000
- Medium Backpack - $5000
- Large Backpack - $30000
- 2-Plate Armor Vest - $7500
- 3-Plate Armot Vest - $35000
- Stronghold Keycard - $5000
- LTV with Turret - $18000
- Advanced UAV - $12000
- Art Museum Key - $30000
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