Warzone 2 DMZ Loot for Good event explained: Charity challenge & reward

Warzone 2 DMZ Loot for Good

Warzone 2 players can take part in the Loot for Good event and raise money by putting their DMZ expertise to the test. Here’s how the Loot for Good challenge works and the reward that’s up for grabs in Warzone 2.

Players will get a chance to celebrate Military Appreciation Month in Warzone 2 by taking part in the Loot for Good event. As you play matches of DMZ, you’ll get the chance to contribute to the Call of Duty Endowment‘s goal of supporting veterans across the US and UK.

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Loot for Good will take place from May 1 to May 7 as the first-ever charity extraction event hits Warzone 2. Given that Activision have decided to introduce this new concept, many players are wondering how to participate, so here’s what you need to know.

Warzone 2 DMZ Loot for Good challenge & reward

During the Warzone 2 Loot for Good event from May 1 to May 7, any player who exfils from a DMZ Extraction Zone with at least $30,000 will activate a $1 (USD) donation from Activision Blizzard to the Call of Duty Endowment.

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Activision have chosen to donate $1 per player, and players can “raise up to $10 in actual, real-world USD for charity.” Essentially, players can partake in the DMZ donation method up to ten times.

The maximum donation goal for the global event is $1 million towards the Call of Duty Endowment.

In order to maximize your cash in DMZ, the devs suggest to, “Hit up those Cash Registers, complete contracts, sell off those expensive GPUs and other high-value items.”

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As a reward for participating in the Loot for Good event in Warzone 2, any player who completes the challenge for the first time will earn the “Loot for Good” Calling Card.

Players can load up DMZ and work toward Activision’s maximum donation.

How to check Warzone 2 Loot for Good event progress

You can visit the Loot for Good leaderboard to check the global progress as well as potentially spot your name on the list of participants paying it forward.

According to the devs: “The leaderboard will show the top 100 players based on their total in-game Cash extracted throughout the event.”

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The Loot for Good leaderboard will be updated three times per day, so don’t forget to check in to see how far away the Warzone 2 community is from raising the maximum goal of $1 million.


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