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How to use Deadbolt Turrets in Modern Warfare Zombies (MWZ)

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Deadbolt Turrets are a new feature in Modern Warfare Zombies that are automatic zombie slaying machines… when they are working. In this guide, you’ll learn how to turn on and use Deadbolt Turrets in MWZ.

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Where to find Deadbolt Turrets in Modern Warfare Zombies

You’ll find Deadbolt Turrets by opening your tac-map and looking for their icon. Thankfully, the icon is a little turret, so it’s not hard to find. Usually, Deadbolt Turrets are found in the tier two and three Threat Zones but there are a few in the first Threat Zone.

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How to deposit circuit in Deadbolt Turrets in Modern Warfare Zombies

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The only way to use Deadbolt Turrets in MWZ is to insert a Turret Circuit which is different than an Ammo Mod. Turret Circuits are unique to Deadbolt Turrets and they can be found scattered throughout the open world, but they are rare.

I found a Cryo Freeze Turret Circuit sitting on the desk inside a standard office building in Threat Zone One. However, I think I got really lucky here. While you can go running around looking for Turret Circuits, I would suggest sticking to Contracts, Aether Nests, and other activities in higher Threat Zones.

Once you have a Turret Circuit of any element type, all you need to do is approach a Deadbolt Turret and insert it. You’ll need to pull up your Rucksack and transfer the Turret Circuit into the Deadbolt Turret. Now, the Deadbolt Turret will turn on and shoot any nearby zombies.

It’s a really good idea to find Turret Circuits and save them for when you’re planning on going into Threat Zone Three. Deadbolt Turrets are life savers in that zone, so save up and cash out.

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