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Where to Find the Science Center Dead Drop in Ashika Island DMZ

Don't let the name fool you.

by Daniel Wenerowicz
DMZ Intel

The Legion faction has another task for you to complete in the Call of Duty: DMZ, and in the Shock Value mission, you have been tasked with finding the Science Center Dead Drop. This container happens to be on Ashika Island instead of Al Mazrah, but the name does not give enough information on its own.

None of the major POIs on Ashika Island are labeled as a Science Center, so if you are on the Tier 3 Legion missions, you may be scratching your head. Luckily, we know exactly where to look, and we will help you find the Science Center Dead Drop in the Ashika Island DMZ.

Ashika Island DMZ – Where to Find the Science Center Dead Drop

To easily find this container, you can look toward the Ashika Island Power Plant and head west from that location. This is one of the few Strongholds on the map, so it is easier to spot. However, if you want to use the major POIs to navigate the drop, then there is an easy way to do that as well in COD.

If you look at the Town Center POI, the Science Center Dead Drop will be just east of this area. Another easy gauge is to move east of the Town Center, but no further east of Oganikku Farms. You will eventually zero in on a small shack-like building directly next to the main road between both POIs in the Ashika Island DMZ.

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Once you have located the dead drop, you can place the Car Battery inside that the Legion faction has already requested. These can be found in areas like gas stations or garages if you do not already have one, but you will need to find the supplies on Ashika Island itself on that deployment.

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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.