How to complete the Unearthed mission in DMZ
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For those that are still going through the early tiers of the White Lotus Faction in Call of Duty DMZ, the Unearthed mission might prevent you from moving on. This is a Tier 3 mission for the Faction and requires players to go to a specific location on the Al Mazrah map. However, once players are there, they will need a certain key in order to progress, and we all know how aggravating it can be to locate those in DMZ.

If you are stuck on the Unearthed mission for White Lotus in DMZ, then fear not, as we are here to assist you. Below, you can read exactly how to complete Unearthed’s objectives and finish the mission.

Completing the Unearthed mission in DMZ

The specific key that players need to complete this mission is the Al Safwa Crane Control Room key. Despite being a mouthful to say, this key is neither easy nor difficult to find on Al Mazrah. Just like any other key, players need to get lucky by searching supply crates, containers, and killing enemy AI soldiers to find it. You might also have this key if you have completed the Quick and Dirty mission for White Lotus.

Additionally, thanks to the Season 3 update, players can also craft a Skeleton Key at a Barter station. This will allow them to open up most doors on Al Mazrah, including the Al Safwa Crane Control Room. Either way, once you have a key that can open the door, you need to travel to the Al Safwa Quarry on Al Mazrah. Here, you need to visit the location outlined in the map screenshot below.

Unearthed DMZ
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At this building, you can walk up to its front door, use your key to enter, and then look for the Quarry Operations folder. This will be on the floor in the control room by the control panel. You need to pick up this specific folder and not any of the others lying on the floor.

Once you have it, exfil out of the match, and the Unearthed mission in DMZ will be complete.

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