For those looking for a legendary new weapon plan in Call of Duty: Warzone, you want to get to Nakatomi Plaza. It is in the middle of the city center and it is a building that almost touches the clouds, with more than 30 floors and a roof full of explosives. You can only get a security plan for Nakatomi Plaza by completing a specific event in the area and then unlocking the safety deposit box inside the safe.
How to complete the Deal Gone Wrong Public Event – Arms Deal
The first step to obtaining the legendary plan is to complete the public event Deal Gone Wrong known as the Arms Deal. It’s an event where two waves of NPCs appear and you have to remove them to eliminate the Brutus boss that appears.
To start the event, go to the Nakatomi Plaza parking garage. You can do this by going to the hall of the building and then jumping down the open elevator shaft. You want to find a white truck at the bottom of the parking garage and there should be a yellow light at the back. Head to the light and approach the table inside the truck. You start the event with the first wave containing 15 NPCs, which you must defeat. Once they’re down, there will be a second wave and your primary focus will be rough, but NPCs can prove quite overwhelming. Remove them before focusing on NPCs.
How to find a Vault
Once you defeat Brute, he discards the Vault key and you can use it to get to the Vault on the 31st floor. Return to the ground floor of Nakatomi and then continue on the second elevator shaft to the 30th floor. You need to find a safe in the back of the area. The door to this safe is right next to several computer terminals that you must work with to open them. We strongly recommend that you sweep the area quickly to ensure that there are no lingering enemies waiting to attack you once it’s open.
Location of the Nakatomi Plaza Security project plan
Once you’re inside the safe, you need to find a safe that uses the Deal Gone Wrong card. The smuggling contract is dropped by opening this box and you must complete it to unlock a weapon plan called Plaza Security, an assault rifle.