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How to Complete Lost and Found in Gray Zone Warfare

It might be an early quest, but Lost and Found can take some doing to complete. Here's how.

It might be one of the earliest tasks in Gray Zone Warfare, but Lost and Found remains a tricky one to complete. It also sets the tone for other seek-and-find tasks in the game, teaching you to look carefully, understand your surroundings, and break some fear of exploring.

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How to Complete the Lost and Found Task in Gray Zone Warfare

The Lost and Found task completed in Gray Zone Warfare
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You need to complete three steps to finish the Lost and Found task in Gray Zone Warfare, and they’re a bit out of order:

  • Find Kanoa Sinarath
  • Report back to Lab Rat
  • Find proof of identity

The actual order of things is finding the person, then their proof of identity, then heading back to base and speaking to Lab Rat. The quest description says you should look for Kanoa Sinarath in the construction shop in Nam Thamen, but it doesn’t tell you where that shop is or give any other clue to help find it.

The shop in question is, oddly, not all that close to the Construction Site point of interest, and you can’t even use it as a waypoint. Instead, you’ll find the construction shop with Kanoa Sinarath immediately south of the Lumberyard, slightly northeast of the Marketplace, and northwest of the Water Tower.

The building you’re looking for has several piles of concrete mix out in front of it, a collection of cinderblocks to its right, and two sets of yellow and green sheets hanging from the roof.

The construction shop for the Lost and Found task in Gray Zone Warfare
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You’ll want to head into the first door on your left as you enter the open-air shop, which will put you in the clerk Kanoa’s office. You’ll see them lying on the ground, unfortunately quite dead. When you approach the body, a Subtask Complete popup will appear at the bottom right of your screen, and the “Find proof of identity” objective will also appear.

The proof itself is a medallion underneath Kanoa’s body — their right hand, specifically. You’ll need to crouch down and hover over and around their right hand until the prompt appears to pick the medallion up.

The proof of identiy item for the Lost and Found task in Gray Zone Warfare
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The medallion will go into your inventory, and I highly recommend putting it in your secure container. Doing so ensures you can complete Lost and Found even if you die, as you can simply give Lab Rat the proof of identity from your container.

No matter how you make it back to base, go into the Vendor screen, select Lab Rat’s tasks, hand over the proof of identity, and then hit Complete to finish the task. Your rewards will arrive in your message box as soon as you do. Don’t forget to collect them!

And that is how you complete the Lost and Found task in Gray Zone Warfare. I’ll admit, the medallion part threw me for a loop, and the only reason I was able to complete the task was because I happened to see the white diamond pickup prompt at the last second. Seeing it got me to look at the task description again and I saw the third objective. One of many things they need to adjust over the course of Early Access, but that’s a whole other topic.

In any event, there are plenty more tasks to complete after Lost and Found, so get out there, merc! For more Gray Zone Warfare content, check out our guides hub, as well as our top five beginner’s tips and how to to fix the “cannot locate game binary” bug.


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John Schutt has been playing games for almost 25 years, starting with Super Mario 64 and progressing to every genre under the sun. He spent almost 4 years writing for strategy and satire site TopTierTactics under the moniker Xiant, and somehow managed to find time to get an MFA in Creative Writing in between all the gaming. His specialty is action games, but his first love will always be the RPG. Oh, and his avatar is, was, and will always be a squirrel, a trend he's carried as long as he's had a Steam account, and for some time before that.