‘Call Of Duty Warzone’ Bunker Locations: Where To Find Bunkers And How To Open Them.

The bunkers have begun to open in Call of Duty: Warzone. Spotted shortly after the game launched, these secret bunkers have taunted players for months, promising some sort of easter egg or secret but staying shut behind an obstinate keypad. Now, however, they’ve begun to open, part of what seems to be a continuing narrative, told through map changes and environmental clues ala Fortnite. There seems to be a lot more to the bunkers than we’re aware of so far, but for now, we focus on the loot.

First, you’ll need to know what they look like. The bunker doors that you’re trying to open are imposing and barricaded by big yellow bars. They look like this:

Many are also inside larger, circular structures. You’ll find those same doors at the bottom of some stairs, bunkers within bunkers. The entrance looks like this:

There are a bunch of these scattered throughout the map. I’m fairly certain I’ve got them all here, but some are hidden away. Make sure to scour the area for either those telltale yellow barricades, or that round structure. Also scour them for anyone trying to kill you, while you’re at it.

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To open the doors, you’ll need a Red Access Keycard, found either in loot or from killing a player that already has one. I got killed by someone camping out near a bunker a few times, and that feels like it might be a viable strategy for getting one: just wait until someone else comes to kill them and take theirs. Use that Red Access Keycard on the keypad near the bunker and the yellow barricades will start to open. Inside, you’ll find some loot:

That’s for most of the bunkers, at least. The exception here is Bunker 11, way up in the northern reaches of the map. It’s quite a bit more complicated, and it contains a unique reward along with the typical loot. For a complete guide on how to do that, click here. Be warned that it’s an involved process, and you’ll need to make opening this bunker the main thing that you’re doing in any given match.

Bunker 11, and the rest of the bunkers, also contain some mystery. Chief among these are extra doors that will theoretically require extra cards to get through, but that aren’t available yet. In Bunker 11, we can also find a nuclear warhead, which is either going to be a super-powerful perk, a clue about an upcoming Cold War-themed Call of Duty, or both. It seems like the developers have lots to tell us, and they’re going to be telling via these bunkers, which I’m fine with. We’re expecting an announcement of the new Call of Duty in the coming weeks, and I would be pretty surprised if we didn’t see some Warzone action surrounding the reveal.

I’ve seen some complaints online that the bunkers, while fun, don’t really impact the game as much as they could. That’s because loadout drops de-emphasize loot in general, meaning that even the shiniest cache of top-tier loot doesn’t really compare to your own hand-picked loadout.

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