Gray Zone Warfare “Radio Silence” Quest Guide

Radio Silence is a quest in Gray Zone Warfare given by Handshake. The quest asks you to find the isolated house in the southern part of town and neutralize the equipment within.

Radio Silence Quest Details

It appears that the local criminal elements we’ve been dealing with have acquired some advanced communication interception capabilities and are now able to monitor and decrypt our comms in real-time. This poses a significant threat to our operations and needs to be addressed immediately.

Your mission is to locate and destroy the enemy’s comms equipment. It’s apparent that they have established a hidden communication hub within the vicinity of our base, and the most likely place is an isolated house in the southern part of town. Your task is to infiltrate this area, identify the equipment, and neutralize it. By doing so, we’ll disrupt their ability to intercept our communications and regain control of the situation.

Silence and stealth are paramount. We can’t afford to alert those rats to our plans. Keep a low profile, gather intelligence, and strike with precision.


  • Find the isolated house in the southern part of town and neutralize the equipment within


  • Recon
  • USD 2,300/50,000
  • Experience: 400
  • Reputation: +10


The quest asks us to sabotage their radio signal, so we should be looking for a house with a satellite dish most likely. Yeah? Once you find it, you go inside and get up on the second floor. Keep in mind that this is Nam Thaven, but once I make the guides I will update them for all the places. You can find the map location below:

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