CoD: Warzone 2 DMZ - How To Customize Contraband Weapons
You can finally modify the Contraband weapons you get in DMZ, and here's what you need to know.
Previously, DMZ's Contraband weapons couldn't be modified, but Season 3 of Call of Duty: Warzone 2 adds a workbench feature to let you finally customize your Contraband items. Here is everything you need to know about DMZ's new workbench feature.
Where to find workbenches
Season 3 of DMZ adds workbenches to the maps, and these are new locations that can be found near Buy Stations. Workbenches are not marked on the map, but just go to the nearest Buy Station marked on your map, and the workbench will be close by. It looks like a black tool cabinet on wheels.
How to add and remove attachments
The workbench operates similar to the Gunsmith feature. You can choose to mod any one of your currently equipped weapons, and then add and/or remove attachments to get the build you want. Of course, there are some limitations here.
First, you'll want to make sure you have some money saved up or some scavenged loot ready to sell, because you'll need to pay for each attachment added. Luckily, the Buy Station will be close by to sell all your valuables.
The workbench allows you to pay $3,000 per attachment. Just like battle royale and multiplayer, you can only equip a maximum of five attachments. You'll need $15,000 if you want to fully upgrade a gun with five attachments of your choosing.
The workbench will give you full access to all the weapon's attachments you've unlocked in the game, and any attachments you haven't unlocked will still be shown as locked and unavailable here.
Most Contraband weapons you acquire in DMZ will have at least one or two attachments, but don't worry, it doesn't cost anything to destroy attachments at the workbench. Just make sure you definitely don't want the attachment because you can't get it back.
This should help you with everything you need to know to customize your Contraband weapons in DMZ.
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