Call of Duty Warzone Season 4 Week 2 Challenges: Where to find the Zakhaev intel for the "Hunting The Enemy" mission
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Call of Duty Warzone Season 4 Week 2 Challenges: Where to find the Zakhaev intel for the "Hunting The Enemy" mission

Lloyd Coombes
24 June 2020

Time to track down Zakhaev.

Warzone Season 4 is here, and it brings with it a new set of weekly intel-gathering challenges. This second "Intel Mission" is a great opportunity to earn some bonus XP towards your Battle Pass, and essentially acts like a scavenger hunt of sorts.

This week's event, "Hunting The Enemy" will send you all over Verdansk. Here's our guide.

Warzone Season 4 Week 2: "Hunting The Enemy" Mission Guide

There are six intel drops, located across five locations. Here's all of them, in order.

  1. Head to the Azure Swimming Pool (south of the airport) and you'll find a Golden Ghost Coin on a shelf on the second floor.
  2. Just off the airport runway, you'll find this intel on the south side of the tarmac on a desk next to a computer screen.
  3. To the southwest of Storage Town, head into Bunker #3 and interact with the computer on the left side.
  4.  4. This one requires the Spotter perk, so add it via your custom loadout (or play in Plunder). Head to the same Bunker as the last step, and interact with the laptop again to get the fourth intel.
     5. Head to the Downtown Area, and the intel you'll need is in a boardroom on a whiteboard. It's a little like a needle in a haystack, so be sure to check out the YouTube guide below for the exact location.
     6. Finally, head to the train station and interact with the timetable board to get the last piece of intel.

    Check out the video from TheGamingRevolution below for an in-depth look at each piece.

     

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