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Warzone 2 Interrogation system explained: How to interrogate enemies in Warzone & DMZ

Warzone 2 and DMZ bring a brand-new Interrogation system to Call of Duty, so here’s how it works and how to interrogate enemies.



Graves interrogating enemy in Modern Warfare 2

Call of Duty: Warzone 2 brings a brand-new Interrogation system similar to Rainbow Six Siege and Fortnite, so here’s how the new Warzone and DMZ system works.

Warzone 2 is doing plenty to set itself apart as a true sequel to the original game, bringing the new Al Mazrah map, featuring only Modern Warfare 2 weapons, changing how players access their loadouts, and new mechanics.

One of these new mechanics is an Interrogation system similar to those found in games like Battlefield Hardline, Rainbow Six Siege, and Fortnite. Here’s how Warzone 2 and DMZ‘s new Interrogation system works, and how to interrogate enemy players.

What is Warzone 2’s Interrogation system?

A November 14 Call of Duty blog has revealed details about the Interrogation system in Warzone 2 and DMZ where a player can interrogate a downed enemy to reveal their teammates’ locations.

Upon performing a successful interrogation in squad-based modes, the map will ping with red dots revealing the location of their remaining teammates.

You will also be able to see an outline of them like a Snapshot Grenade “for a short period of time,” as well as any “placed equipment they may have.” Once the interrogatee dies or is revived, the effect dissipates.

It’s also important to note that the player being interrogated can call for help, exposing the interrogator’s position. Teamwork will be even more essential, you’ll want to stay close to your allies to protect them from any would-be interrogators, as it can compromise the rest of your team.

How to interrogate enemies in Warzone 2 & DMZ

Warzone 2 player being interrogated

To interrogate a player in Warzone 2 and DMZ, you’ll need to approach them while they’re down and initiate the interrogation. Your character will hold a knife to their throat and pull out a device with a progress bar, so you’ll need to wait a few seconds before it can triangulate the enemies’ positions.

We’re not sure exactly what button it will be, but it might be what happens if you try to perform an execution (hold melee) while facing the enemy.

Once Warzone 2 and DMZ officially go live on November 16, we’ll be sure to break down exactly how the new Interrogation system works.

You can also check out how to unlock the new Victus XMR and M13B weapons coming in Season 1.

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