DMZ server wipe - When is the next reset?

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Extracting Al Mazrah with your loot is the main goal of DMZ, Call of Duty's attempt at creating an extraction game mode. Instead of trying to become the last one standing in Warzone 2, the mode involves completing missions and obtaining weapons. In Season Two, a DMZ server wipe will reset the progress of players.

Alongside numerous changes to the battle royale, the DMZ Season Two patch notes contain a wealth of adjustments in a bid to enhance the experience for everyone dropping into Al Mazrah to take down AI combatants and complete objectives.

Before we share more intel on the next DMZ server wipe, take a look at our guides showcasing the best Warzone 2 AR and all there is to know about the next Warzone 2 double XP events.

When is the next DMZ server wipe?

At the time of writing, Infinity Ward hasn't revealed when the first DMZ server wipe will take place. The developer says wipes will start taking place during Season Two so there's a high chance of the first one happening on February 15.

Once Infinity Ward shares more informaton, we'll update the guide with the latest intel so you know when your current inventory will disappear.

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DMZ Season Two changes

In addition to adjustments to Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer, there are plenty of changes on their way to DMZ in Season Two. New missions and a brand-new map are available to play, giving you even more areas to explore.

Alongside the new map, new weapons could spice up existing the meta with new way to obtain them. The Chemist could have further weapons in their arsenal. We'll have to wait and see what's in store.

Why does DMZ have server wipes?

The decision to add server wipes to DMZ bas split the opinions of players dropping into Al Mazrah. On one hand, the addition encourages players to grind for more content rather than hanging on to existing items but on the other, all of the hard-earned items will disappear to the annoyance of those that have spent several hours working through the missions.

Judging by the recent reversals to Warzone 2, there's always a chance server wipes are a thing of the past if Infinity Ward acknowledges player feedback.

That's all there is to know about the upcoming DMZ server wipe. For more on Call of Duty's extraction mode, take a look at the best Warzone 2 sniper rifle to use in long-distance duels.

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