Ashika Island is the new map for both Call of Duty: Warzone 2 and DMZ players. It’s a much smaller and denser map compared to Al Mazrah, giving players more action throughout each of their matches. In DMZ specifically, though, players have different tasks they are looking to complete aside from simply eliminating enemy players. One of those tasks is to find and use keys at various locations across the map. On Ashika Island, there is one key, the Tsuki Hideout Castle key, that has given DMZ players some real trouble.
Tsuki Castle is arguably the most well-guarded location on the map. There are dozens of AI soldiers ready to take you out at a moment’s notice. The castle is also massive in size, meaning there’s not just one door for players to enter. This can make using the Tsuki Castle Hideout key even more difficult, as players have numerous options for where it could be.
Luckily, we know exactly where you need to go to use the Tsuki Castle Hideout key in DMZ.
Using the Tsuki Castle Hideout key in DMZ
For starters, the key itself is only found on dead AI soldiers’ bodies or in the backpack of a fallen enemy. It’s random luck which AI enemy could have the item, so you’ll have to rely on RNG to loot this specific key.
Once you have the key, you need to go to Tsuki Castle, which is located near the middle of Ashika Island. The Tsuki Castle Hideout key unlocks the entire Stronghold at the location. The Stronghold is found at the largest building, as seen below.
After you locate this building in DMZ, all you need to do is go up to its front door, use the Tsuki Castle Hideout key, and you’ll be awarded entry. Inside, there are plenty of guards to keep you busy, so it’s best to come prepared.