Gray Zone Warfare “New Neighbours” Quest Guide

New Neighbours is a quest in Gray Zone Warfare given by Handshake. It asks you to find the military complex south of Forth Narith, which is the YBL-1. Don’t worry, as you’ll get a Landing Zone there, too.

New Neighbours Quest Details

So here’s the deal. There’s a military complex south of Fort Narith that seems to have been taken over by some squatters. They swarmed the place like locusts and drove the LAF out. We don’t know anything about them right now, except that they’re not f****** around. Thus, it would be really beneficial if you could go there, look around, and find out who these assholes are.

It seems that the natives are wary of this location and affectionately call it The Hole. They avoid it like the plague. But we have to do the exact opposite! It’s a perfect stepping stone for our operations around the military base. To ignore a strategic point like this would be highly irresponsible on our part.

Go over there and look for some clues, and try not to make too much of a mess. We need to find out first who’s meddling with our plans.


  • Find the military complex south of Fort Narith


  • TC-2000
  • USD 4,700/50,000
  • Experience: 1000
  • Reputation: +15


You can find the location in the image below:

The intel you need to pick up is security footage, and it’s located on -1 ground level. Once you enter the bunker and go downstairs, there’s a little office room. Go inside, and the tape should be on one of the tables. You can check the images below:

When you take it, make sure you put it in your secure container just in case you die. Return the quest.

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