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Call of Duty Cold War: Suspects (Operation Red Circus) - how to find them? Call of Duty Cold War guide, walkthrough

This chapter of Call of Duty Cold War allows you to find suspects for Operation Red Circus. This page of the guide will help you gain access to a side mission that will affect the ending of the game.

General information

For this operation, you will need to find the suspects based on the evidence collected. As with Operation Chaos, almost all data will be random, but the suspects ' codenames will always be the same. You'll have to find suspects based on dates, locations, and gender. To find a suspect, you need to have two matching dates, locations, and gender along with the suspect's card. However, first, you need to find the right evidence:

  1. Wristwatch Containing Dead Drop List - the watch can be found in the Desperate Measures mission. Even though the evidence spawns in random places, it is usually located in the server room on the desk,
  2. Cassette Tape with Activities Report - you can find it on a desk in the middle of the room (in the building with a large plate - this is the first building you will enter in this mission),
  3. Franz Kraus' Ledger - you will find it during the Brick in the Wall mission in Kraus' apartment. Go upstairs to Kraus ' apartment and find the bedroom - the evidence is on the right side of the bed, inside a nightstand.

Collected evidence

To find suspects, you need to have 3 key pieces of evidence. - Call of Duty Cold War: Suspects (Operation Red Circus) - how to find them? - FAQ - Call of Duty Cold War Guide
To find suspects, you need to have 3 key pieces of evidence.

Each of these pieces of evidence has a list of 3 code names, locations and dates. To find the right suspect, you need to go through the entire list of suspects and compare their recent travels with dates and locations from the evidence. To consider someone a suspect, you need to have two dates and two locations confirmed. If the travel data for several suspects is repeated, the last thing to check will be the gender - you can deduce it using the cassette with the last activities report. With these 3 pieces of information, you will be able to find the suspects and eliminate them during the mission.

For example. Let's use the evidence we have above and the suspect from the photo below. Let's first establish the real identity of Strong Man. Thanks to the watch and the book of evidence, we know that Strong Man was in Cambridge on 10/23/80 and in East Berlin on 09/16/80. Now we need to determine the gender of the suspect. The tape will reveal that the suspect is a woman. Equipped with this knowledge, we can easily identify the first suspect - Elian Miller from the photo below.

To find a suspect, you compare data from the list of suspects with the evidence. - Call of Duty Cold War: Suspects (Operation Red Circus) - how to find them? - FAQ - Call of Duty Cold War Guide
To find a suspect, you compare data from the list of suspects with the evidence.

That's how we identify enemy agents. Remember that this is just an example and the data may vary. Try to collect all the data for one code name (dates, locations and gender), and then compare it with the list of suspects.

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