How To Siphon Gas In Warzone 2 Ashika Island

One of the Faction Missions in Call Of Duty: Warzone 2.0 requires players to use a new feature in the game, siphoning Gas. Lots of content, including new features and missions, have been added for Season 4, including the ability to Siphon Gas out of vehicles while on the Ashika Island map. However, there are no clear instructions in Call Of Duty: Warzone 2.0 about how players can Siphon Gas.


Many players will be keen to complete the new Faction Missions on offer in Warzone 2‘s DMZ mode, such as Fuel Shortage, one of the White Lotus Tier 1 missions. This requires players to complete two tasks, Siphon the Gas from one vehicle on Ashika Island and use one Gas Can in a vehicle to refuel. While players may presume this is a relatively simple task, a couple of steps must be done before it can be completed.

Where To Find Gas Canisters In Warzone 2 Ashika Island

Gas Cannisters Warzone 2.0

The DMZ mode in Call Of Duty: Warzone 2.0 sees players working together to complete objectives before trying to extract from the map, and they will need to do so to Siphon Gas due to potential enemies nearby. Before being able to Siphon Gas in Call Of Duty: Warzone 2.0, players will need to find a gas canister to fill. These can be found at random locations across the Ashika Island map. However, the most reliable place for players to find them is at gas stations, where there will often be more than one, most commonly inside any buildings at the locations. Players just trying to complete the Fuel Shortage mission should drop into the map near a gas station.

How To Siphon Gas In Warzone 2 Ashika Island


Once players have found a Gas Canister, they need to find a vehicle to Siphon the Gas; this can be any of several different types of vehicles in Warzone 2.0, including cars or boats. If players have ventured to a gas station to find a canister, plenty of vehicles will be nearby. After players have entered a vehicle, they will have three options to either Refuel, Drop, or Siphon Gas. Players need to simply select Siphon Gas, and the fuel will start transferring. The process can take a while, so players should avoid doing this when out in the open and being vulnerable to nearby enemies.

Players can’t siphon Gas out of a vehicle if the can is already 100% full, and the refuel option will need to be used to empty some gas first.

There have been many updates for Season 4, including the ability to Siphon Gas. While not as straightforward as players might expect, by finding Gas Canisters at Gas Stations, they can Siphon Gas quickly in Call Of Duty: Warzone 2.0.

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