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Warzone 2 expert Stodeh reveals the best class setup for DMZ in Season 1 Reloaded

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The DMZ mode of Warzone 2 has been a subject of intrigue among players since the very first day it was unveiled. DMZ stands for Demilitarized Zone and is the first ever extraction-style game mode to be introduced in a Call of Duty title.In this game mode of Warzone 2, players spawn at various locations spread throughout Al Mazrah and scout throughout the map, looking for valuable loot to sell and contracts to finish.

The final goal of this mode is to successfully extract the looted valuable items and cash via helicopters that can be called at specific extraction points spread throughout the map.While they are performing various activities in the DMZ mode, players clash against other enemy operatives and AI combatants that spawn in large numbers all over the map.

The rules of this game mode are very different from its battle royale counterpart; players need a robust pair of weapons to be victorious over their opponents.For those looking to go on a foray into Warzone 2 DMZ, popular streamer and YouTube content creator Stodeh has the perfect class setup recommendation for the players.Stodeh is a very popular streamer and content creator of Warzone 2, who has recently been grinding hard and uploading content about DMZ regularly on his successful YouTube channel.In one of his recent YouTube uploads, he finally revealed the attachments for the insured TAQ-56 and Victus XMR loadouts that have made him so successful in the DMZ mode.This article will analyze the pros of using these two powerful loadouts and the equipment Stodeh feels perfect for surviving the treacherous playstyle of Warzone 2 DMZ.The TAQ-56 assault rifle (AR) is Stodeh's recommendation for players in the DMZ mode.

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