There are lots of complicated missions in Warzone 2 DMZ, many of which will have you wondering just what to do in certain scenarios. One of these missions is the Crown’s Eye quest in Building 21 Core Room. This is a faction mission in Warzone 2 DMZ that requires you to extract from the very same Deployment Site as the White Lotus faction.
Your main objective in this mission is to set up a Tactical Camera in Building 21 Core Room in order to monitor the Sattiq Caves Complex, Ashika Island and Al Mazrah. Completing the Crown’s Eye mission will reward you with a Weapon Blueprint as well as Insured Weapon Slots. So in this article, we’ll be guiding you on how to complete Crowns Eye mission in DMZ.
How to Complete Crowns Eye Mission in DMZ
Now, before attempting this mission, you’ll need a supply drop, weapon blueprint and insured weapon slots. Once you have these items ready, then you can commence the mission by going to Building 21 in the DMZ mode of Warzone 2.
It’s worth adding Building 21 is only available on weekends (Friday to Monday), so be sure you’re attempting the mission on those days by checking the in-game clock and having your tactical camera ready.
Once you have all the aforementioned requirements in place, head to the mission location in the Black Mous faction caves complex near Al Mazrah. Then enter the complex and go to the entrance of Building 21 which you can access by using an elevator on the ground floor near the White Lotus base.
Upon reaching Building 21, set up the tactical camera by accessing the section marked ‘Crown’s Eye’ on your equipment tab. This will allow the camera to start recording automatically. As the camera is recording, make your way to the extraction point located on Ashika Island which you can access by using a supply drop from the nearby supply drop icon.
Once you get there, you’ll have to secure the area and possibly take out a few enemies before calling in an extraction. A successful extraction will see you complete the mission and you’ll be given your rewards as aforesaid.
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