Contracts in Warzone 2 are an excellent way of earning some additional cash and XP over the course of a match. If you're planning on dropping into Al Mazrah and Ashika Island, you'll want to know about the Warzone 2 Search and Seizure contract, the latest objective available to complete in the battle royale.
The latest contract comes with an all-new set of requirements and rewards to earn if you manage to complete it without visiting the gulag. As with most contracts, Search and Seizure is bound to play an integral role in how you choose to play the game.
Before we take a closer look at the Search and Seizure contract, don't forget to check out our guides showcasing the best sniper rifle and all there is to know about the next double XP event on its way to the game.
What is a Warzone 2 Search and Seizure contract?
A Search and Seizure contract involves finding a stolen vehicle and delivering it to a specific part of the map. When accepting the contract, you'll have to deliver an SUV or a Patrol Boat so there's a chance you need to take a dip in the water in order to complete the challenge.
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The location of the vehicle will appear on your map and will have some AI resistance so be cautious when approaching the intended target. In addition to the AI guarding the vehicle, a number of Shadow Company members will hunt you down in transit. We suggest some evasive driving so you guarantee to avoid any potential threats.
Warzone 2 Search and Seizure contract rewards
As with completing any Warzone 2 contract, there are rewards up for grabs. Activision says you can earn "cash and other in-match rewards." Although in-match sounds rather vague, expect XP, weapon XP, and more when completing a Search and Seizure contract.
How to complete a Warzone 2 Search and Seizure contract
Struggling to finish a Search and Seizure contract? Here's what you need to do:
- Find and start a Search and Seizure contract.
- Use the map and make your way to the vehicle location.
- Eliminate Shadow Company AI near the vehicle and search for a key.
- Pick up the key to get in the vehicle.
- Drive the vehicle and take it to the drop-off point.
There you have it, that's everything you need to know about the Warzone 2 Search and Seizure contract. For more on Call of Duty's battle royale, check out our guides showcasing the best AR and a closer look at the Season Two patch notes.