How to find Fort Quito key; Far Cry 6

Updated on Oct 10, 2021 03:39 AM IST  |  81.7K
   
How to find Fort Quito key; Far Cry 6
How to find Fort Quito key; Far Cry 6
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Far Cry 6 is full of missions in which you will have to search for items that will help you in another mission. You will come across Juan Cortez in Far Cry 6 and on one of his quests he will give you a task to steal a cache of Uranium that is found in Fort Quito. However, the Fort Quito is locked and you will have to find the keys to unlock this fort. You will come across a door first after you have cleared the enemies and then have to go back. Far Cry 6 was launched this year by Ubisoft Toronto and published by Ubisoft. 

How to find Fort Quito key; Far Cry 6

Where can you find the Fort Quito Key in Far Cry 6?

You will not be indicated about the location of the key until you are standing right next to it, so you will have to know the location precisely if you want to gain access to the armory and collect the uranium. 

The key can be found inside a briefing room and once you have reached the locked armory door, you will have to turn and go upstairs, where you will get to see an open doorway to enter. Instead of walking too far into the room, you should take a right and find a long table which will be covered with notebooks, papers, lamps and a coffee mug. 

How to find Fort Quito key; Far Cry 6

The game will let you know that you have found the keys of Fort Quito armor once you have located the long table. Now you will have to pick it up and go downstairs. After unlocking the Fort Quito armory, you will see a massive cache of uranium that Juan Cortez had asked you for. 

After you have returned the cache of uranium to Juan Cortez, he will teach you how to make the most dangerous weapons in Far Cry 6. This will be a great experience for you as the rewards make the mission more interesting and worth the effort that you have put in. 

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