DMZ Barter System Recipes: it will be important to know the recipes for the DMZ barter system. Since the bartering system is new, players are still getting used to how it works.
So, knowing how much each item costs in the barter system could save your life. So, we’ll also talk about how barter works, just to make sure we cover everything.
DMZ Barter System Recipes
Before we get into the “recipes” for the barter system in Call of Duty 2 DMZ, we need to talk about how it works. Basically, you should go to the station that is closest to you.
When you open its menu, you’ll see that the barter option is now there. It’s pretty much the same as a regular store, except you don’t pay for things with cash but with other things.
To be honest, it’s kind of a cool idea. Also, some things, like the Skeleton key, can only be bought by trading. The more high-quality and useful an item is, the more you’ll have to pay for it.
With all of that in mind, here is a list of every item you can buy right now and how much it costs. When (and if) more things become available, we’ll be sure to add them.
Three-Plate Communications Vest = Two Hard Drives, Two Batteries, and Hand Cream
3-Plate Medic Vest = 3 Bandages, 1 Bottle of Alcohol, 1 Watch
3-Plate Stealth Vest = 2 electrical parts, 1 comic book, 1 game console
Scavenger Backpack = Battery + Canned Food + Gun Cleaning Oil Secure Backpack = Electric Drill + Gas Can + Gold Skull
Munitions Box = Imported Tea + $500 Cash Armor Box = Electrical Tape + Screwdriver + C4 Tactical Camera = Car Battery Revive Pistol = Bandage + Hand Cream
Gas Mask That Lasts = Two Tubes of Toothpaste + A Radiation Blocker That Is Lighter = Blow Torch
Skeleton Key = GPU Control Room Key = 6 Stronghold Keycards
Farmer House Key = 3 Radiation Blockers