DMZ Learn to Share Guide: How to Give Your Insured Weapon to an Enemy Operator and Extract

Check out how to give your Insured Weapon to an enemy operator in DMZ.

by Franklin Bellone Borges
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In what can only be described as one of the most unusual challenges in DMZ, the Shadow Company Tier 3 Learn to Share mission tasks players with giving an insured weapon to an enemy operator and then having them exfil from the map with it. But how can you do that?

How to Give Your Insured Weapon to an Enemy Operator in DMZ

You can give an insured weapon to an enemy operator in Warzone DMZ by simply dropping it on the ground. After being dropped, the game will understand that you gave the weapon to any player who picks it up.

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How to Complete the Learn to Share Mission in DMZ

As you will need to make sure whoever gets your weapon exfils with it before you leave the map, you will be able to complete the Learn to Share Mission easily in DMZ by first heading to any extract point and then dropping your weapon in an easy-to-spot place. After dropping your weapon, just wait for someone to grab it and then to exfil the map with it. The best map for this tactic is Al Mazrah, as it houses the biggest number of simultaneous operators.

Although you can also make use of the Proximity Chat feature to try to reason with players and complete the mission, using the extraction zone method is safer, as you will be able to stay relatively clear from the danger imposed by non-friendly operators.

How to Increase the Chances of Your Weapon Being Picked Up

To increase the chances of your weapon being picked up, make use of either bundle exclusive or golden guns, as those will 9 out of 10 times be picked up by enemy players.

This guide was made while playing Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2: Warzone DMZ on PlayStation 5. 

- This article was updated on August 31st, 2023

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