How to place one C4 in the Enfer store in Warzone 2 DMZ

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The ‘Helping Hand’ quest for Warzone 2 DMZ is fairly simple, but it can be a bit difficult depending on the circumstances. This simple delivery job involves scrounging for items and placing them inside a hot zone filled with Al Qatala soldiers and, quite possibly, other players. A bundle of C4 is one of the things that’s needed to complete this Legion mission. Luckily, it’s a lot easier to get than the other two items on the mission’s checklist. And we’re here to help you find out where to place said C4 in the Warzone 2 DMZ Enfer store.

Where to get C4

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Easily enough, players can spawn with some C4 right off the bat. Before dropping into Al Mazrah, just equip it in the loadout screen and it’ll count as any other block of C4 that you can offer for the mission. Alternatively, C4 can be randomly looted inside crates

How to place the C4 in the Warzone 2 DMZ Enfer store

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The drop location is the backroom of the Enfer store, which is located on the second floor of the Sa’id Shopping Centre. This POI is a Denied Zone, which means it’s packed to the brim with heavily-armed AQ soldiers. Pay attention to the surroundings, like the UAV Tower nearby.

Charging in through the front doors is nothing short of a death wish, which is why we highly recommend entering via the rooftop by passing through the nearby parking garage. Head to the top floor and cross the gap. Then, enter the mall through a booby-trapped stairwell near a big, orange flag. Disarm the traps and head to the end of the corridor.

Open the door to the left to find the entrance to the Enfer store’s backroom. Disarm another trap and enter the room. An action prompt asking you to place the C4 and other relevant items on the floor should appear. No, you don’t need a key to enter from here.

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