Handshake

Gray Zone Warfare “UNLRA” Quest Guide

This quest is given by Handshake, and he wants us to visit a completely new territory. This is related to Tiger Bay, which is a well-defended area.

UNLRA Quest details

What do you think about the UN’s involvement in everything that has happened on this island, buddy? I feel like there’s something wrong here. I can’t put my finger on it, but something doesn’t add up.

Don’t get me wrong, this f****** country needed outside intervention like no other, but the UNLRA operating here, doing the bare minimum? Suspicious, man. Very suspicious.

I’m pretty sure you’re as intrigued as I am, so I want you to go to Tiger Bay and investigate. Bring me back something that answers my questions. Try to find something in the refugee camp.

Objectives

  • Retrieve intel from the UNLRA camp and report back to Handshake
  • Locate the UNLRA folder

Rewards

  • 2x M4A1
  • USD
  • Experience: 2000
  • Reputation: +200

Guide

As we have said above, we need to go to Tiger Bay and find the UNLRA Refugee Camp. Once we get there, we need to find the UNLRA folder, pick it up, and then bring it back to Handshake. Be cautious please, because there are tons of enemies.

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