Intel Missions have been around in Warzone for a couple of seasons now, being introduced at the start of Season 4. Through completing tasks for Ghost, you learn more about the world of Verdansk and the story of the Call of Duty series. So that you can get the rewards to boost your battle pass tiers, here’s everything you need to know about how to complete the Sins of the Father Intel Missions in Warzone.
This set has more challenges than recent sets, matching those in Season 4, with you needing to head to at least six locations. Before we get to where you need to go, there are a few things you need to be aware of.
You need to complete the challenges in order, from one to six, and you can only get one per match, needing to redeem the XP from the lobby before going after the next. Also, it doesn’t matter what mode you complete them in, with Plunder or standard battle royale working just as well.
How to Complete Sins of the Father Intel Missions in Warzone
Below, we’ve listed each of the challenges as they’re described in game, before we break down exactly where you need to go.
- Find the location in the message Ghost sent you. – 2500 XP
- BA CCTV near metro exits may have spotted something. – 5000 XP
- A shipment was moved from the metro. – 5000 XP
- The shipment was tracked to the Stadium. – 5000 XP
- Hardware was delivered to Suite 320. Entry requires an access code. – 5000 XP
- There was a broadcast from the parking structure. – 5000XP
Now we’ll run through the locations of each item for the Sins of the Father Intel Missions. Most of them are pretty easy to find and you just need to press square if you’re on PS4 to pick them up (X on Xbox One, click on PC).
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