How to Customize Contraband Weapons in CoD: Warzone 2 DMZ

Season 3 of Call of Duty: Warzone 2 has added a new feature to DMZ’s Contraband weapons. Previously, these unique items couldn’t be modified, but the new workbench feature allows players to customize their Contraband weapons to their liking. Here is a breakdown of everything you need to know about this new feature in DMZ.

Where to Find Workbenches

The workbenches can be found in different locations on the DMZ maps, close to the Buy Stations. Although they are not marked on the map, you can locate them by heading to the nearest Buy Station, and the workbench will be close by. When you find it, you’ll see a black tool cabinet on wheels that you can interact with to start customizing your weapons.

How to Add and Remove Attachments

The workbench feature works similarly to the Gunsmith feature in the game. First, you’ll need to choose a weapon that you want to modify, and then you can add or remove attachments to it. However, there are certain limitations to this feature. Players need to make sure they have enough money to pay for each attachment they add to their weapon. In this case, each attachment costs $3,000, and players can equip a maximum of five attachments for a single weapon. Therefore, you’ll need at least $15,000 to fully upgrade a gun with five attachments of your choice.

You’ll have full access to all the weapon’s attachments you’ve unlocked so far in the game. If there are any locked attachments that you haven’t unlocked yet, they will still be shown as such and unavailable for selection at the workbench. While most Contraband weapons already have one or two attachments, players can destroy them using the workbench feature without additional cost. However, once an attachment is destroyed, there’s no way to get it back, so use this feature wisely.

DMZ Guide for Beginners

If you’re just starting to play DMZ, you might want to check out our beginner’s guide for helpful tips and tricks on how to get started. These tips can help you navigate the game’s different maps and modes, and provide you with the strategic insights you need to be successful.


The new workbench feature in DMZ’s Season 3 adds another layer of customization to the game, allowing players to personalize their Contraband weapons to their specific play style. Although there are some limitations to this feature, it still gives players the freedom to modify their weapons in unique ways, making them more effective in combat. Whether you’re a seasoned player or just starting out, using the workbench will help you get the most out of DMZ’s Contraband weapons, so don’t hesitate to give it a try.


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