Handshake

Gray Zone Warfare “Reclamation” Quest Guide

Gray Zone Warfare’s Reclamation quest guide is given by Handshake, and the quest is the same as Covert Research. The only thing you need to do is pick up your favorite vendor and return it to him.

Reclamation Quest Details

After all we’ve seen, it is now more than clear that the cargo from the crashed helicopter has been taken by the rats in the town. I don’t know how, and I don’t know why, but I want it back, okay?

Your mission is to locate their main base of operations and recover the stolen container. It’s highly probable that they would stow the thing in the most fortified place around, so keep your eyes open for a building like that, especially if it has any familiar markings on it.

Once you know where it is, find a way in, secure the area, and recover the container at all costs. I’m sure you’ll do a great job. Don’t let me down now.

Objectives

  • Hand over the cargo to Handshake
  • Retrieve the cargo from the fortified hideout

Rewards

  • FAST MT
  • Lancer
  • Scorpion
  • USD 4,500/50,000
  • Key H
  • Experience: 400
  • Reputation: +10

Guide

The location where this item is stashed is in the big mafia building, as I like to call it. The item you need to pick up is on the second floor You can find it on the map below:

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