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Farmer’s Lunchbox Location and Key in COD DMZ

The lunchbox has more than food.

by Daniel Wenerowicz
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With the launch of Season 2 in Call of Duty: Warzone 2, we got a brand new map in the form of Ashika Island. Of course, the map is also available for players to use in the COD: DMZ mode, which means more chances for fresh containers such as the Farmer’s Lunchbox in this case.

Getting keys for random containers is hard enough as it is, but finding the right location to use the keys is another challenge. At least for the Farmer’s Lunchbox in the DMZ, the location won’t be hard to find. We’ll outline the lunchbox and more in this Call of Duty guide.

COD DMZ – Farmer’s Lunchbox Location

To reach this box, you’ll need to start by deploying in Ashika Island. You won’t have any luck looking through Al Mazrah, so don’t try your key there. Once you’ve spawned into Ashika Island, you’ll need to make your way to the northwestern side of the map at a POI called Oganikku Farms.

When you reach the farms, look at your map and search for the southernmost building within the area. The building is a small shack that is connected to some fences. Inside this shack is where you’ll find the Farmer’s Lunchbox in the Call of Duty: DMZ mode.

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Before you look for the box or try to open it up, you’ll need the key. Most keys in the DMZ modes are based on random luck from searching containers or completing High Value Target contracts. The Farmer’s Lunchbox key isn’t too special but it’s an easy way to earn some decent loot.

And that is all. For more on the latest Call of Duty title, head over to our dedicated Warzone 2 section full of guides, news, updates, and more.

About The Author

Daniel Wenerowicz

Dan has been writing gaming guides and news as a staff writer and freelancer since he graduated from Westfield State University in 2020. You can find him covering the FPS and Battle Royale space at Prima Games.

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