Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 has only recently arrived on our screens, but players have already jumped into the open-world extraction mode, DMZ. In this game mode, squads can complete Factions Missions for one of three groups that militarize the map. Completing these “Faction Missions” will earn you XP, unique emblems, calling cards, and even operator skins. Big Spender is a faction mission that rewards you with a large amount of XP as well as the Cavern Boat Dock Shack Key. This unlocks some decent in-game loot, so if you’re wondering how to get it, look no further than this guide!
How to Get the Cavern Boat Dock Shack Key in Warzone 2
To get the Cavern Boat Dock Shack Key in the DMZ game mode, you need to complete the Big Spender Faction Mission. This mission tasks you with acquiring $60,000 in cash, and then spending all of that $60,000 at a Buy Station. Doing so rewards you with 7,500 XP and the Cavern Boat Dock Shack Key. This key can then be used to unlock a shack containing some excellent in-game loot to extract with.
The location to use the key is the Caves location. More specifically, if you look closer you’ll see “Sattiq Cave Complex”, that’s where you need to go. However, to get you must find the entrance hidden directly east, in the small compound next to the river bank. It’s just to the left of the bridge that sits a little to the right of the Cave’s location. There will be an entranceway here that will take you into the caves and follow them to the end.
You’ll eventually come to a cave opening, which you can identify by a circular hole in the cave’s roof. At the back of this opening will be the shack, which you can use the key to unlock. Inside is tons of good in-game loot, you’ll definitely want to extract with. Because in case you didn’t already know, if you die in DMZ, you lose all of the loot you brought in.
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Riley Fonger is a Calgary-based freelance writer. He is currently studying Journalism and Public Relations at Mount Royal University. Riley has been a sports and video game enthusiast since he was a child. If he isn't writing, he is most likely competing in an FPS game or in a pick-up game with his friends.