How to get an IFAK in Warzone 2 DMZ

Warzone 2 DMZ: Where to find an IFAK

DMZ is an unforgiving mode that puts a lot of value on items that appear useless at first glance. Worst of all, dying means losing your weapon and hard-earned plunder. When you’re out in the field hunting for quest items, the best strategy is to get in quickly and exfil before the map gets too hot. The IFAK is one of those quest items and can be a real pain to find if you don’t know where to look. With this in mind, let me show you where to find an IFAK in Warzone 2 DMZ.

Warzone 2 DMZ: Where to find an IFAK

If you’re looking for IFAKs, you’re likely collecting them to unlock your 2nd Insured Weapons Slot. The mission states you can find IFAKs’ in hospitals.’ This isn’t helpful, and you can acquire IFAKs all over the place if you know where to look.

The IFAK can be found in medical facilities like hospitals, but it’s not limited to just that location. Hospitals also have the nasty habit of attracting other Operators, making them pretty rough for solo players.

Warzone 2 DMZ: Where to find an IFAK

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My go-to place for IFAKs is green medical tents. There are dozens of them scattered across Al Mazrah, and they tend to be much quieter than hospitals. Most shelves in these tents have a chance to spawn an IFAK, and you can check a few of them in quick succession.

If hospitals and tents aren’t working for you, some AI soldiers even carry IFAKs. Naturally, shooting AI is likely to draw attention from other players, but if you can land your headshots, it’s worth checking.

Warzone and DMZ have dynamic loot spawns. This means that although the IFAK can show up in these locations, it’s not guaranteed. You could find 3 in a single session or go a few raids without seeing one. I always find items like this in abundance when I don’t need them. If that happens to you, I can assure you, you aren’t the only one!

What’s the point of an IFAK in DMZ?

Despite being a first aid kit (IFAK stands for Individual First Aid Kit, after all), you won’t be using the IFAK for healing in DMZ. Instead, IFAKs are required to unlock your 2nd Insured Weapon Slot. Beyond that, they sell for a meager $100 and aren’t worth collecting. ace DMZ is always changing, this may change in the future.

DMZ has vastly improved since its launch with a plethora of missions, cryptic quest lines, and rewarding unlockables. If you’re getting your toes wet in Vondel and are struggling with the Bullfrog boss, check out our guide.

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