Call of Duty: Warzone 2
Warzone Rambo POW Fallen Soldier Dog Tag locations
Players can now find the Warzone Rambo POW Fallen Soldier Dog Tag locations, and we have all of them covered for you.
Players will need to find various Warzone Rambo POW Fallen Soldier dog tag locations to complete one of the 80s Action Heroes event challenges, and we have these areas covered for you.
The Season 3 Reloaded update for Call of Duty: Warzone brought many new things for players to experience in the battle royale game. One of the most significant additions was the 80s Action Heroes event that brought a whole host of new challenges for players to complete and earn rewards from.
One of these challenges asks players to collect three Rambo POW Fallen Soldier Dog Tag sets from across Verdansk ’84. However, players will first need to complete some steps before the Warzone Rambo POW Fallen Soldier Dog Tag locations can be revealed.
Warzone Rambo POW Fallen Soldier Dog Tag Locations
Players looking to find these tags for the 80s Action Heroes event will need to first reveal all of the Prisoner of War camps that are spread around the Call of Duty battle royale map.
You will need to follow the steps below to update your in-game map with all of the Warzone POW Dog Tag locations.
- Head to Military Base
- Make your way to the CIA Outpost in Hanger 21
- Interact with the whiteboard at the back of Hanger 21
Once you complete the steps above, your in-game map will be updated with the areas where you can find one of the Prisoner of War camps. These areas will be marked with a green circle. You can find this updated map below:
Now, all you need to do is head to one of these camps, and there you can find a set of tags for the 80s Action heroes event challenge.
However, it is important to note that there is only one set of tags at these areas per game, meaning that an enemy team could get them before you, which is why speed is necessary if you want to grab the tags before anyone else.
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