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The secret bunker doors present in Call of Duty Warzone since its launch can finally be opened, following Tuesday’s game update.
The mysterious locked doors have taunted players since Warzone’s release in March, with users unable to successfully interact with their keypads and the game’s developers offering no instruction for what to do with them.
Other intriguing items such as telephones and computers have been littered around the Warzone game map since launch. Players are prompted to interact with these items, but seemingly without any effect.
UPDATE: Call of Duty: Warzone players have discovered how to unlock a secret 11th bunker, revealing further in-game secrets that VGC understands will conclude with the unveiling of Black Ops Cold War.
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The doors reveal an underground room full of loot crates. However, there’s seemingly a second room hidden behind another locked door which players have so far been unable to open.
“Number station <redacted> is Protocol Yellow. Activate <redacted> system. <redacted> is inbound. Awaiting correct authorization.”
One potential secret could relate to the telephones hidden around Warzone’s map, which have seemingly started playing a message in Russian.
According to a fan translation, the message shares an encryption code.
Free-to-play Warzone has received several additions this week, including a limited-time Classic Battle Royale mode which removes features such as Buy Stations, Contracts and the Gulag.
Another significant addition is the introduction of SMG and assault rifle weapons to the Gulag. In addition to shotguns and pistols, players will now randomly spawn with these other weapon types during their 1v1 respawn battles.
The Armor Box is a new item added to all modes in Warzone. Similar to the Munitions Box, this item can be used by the entire team to replenish their armor. The Armor Box can be found in ground loot, Supply Boxes, or purchased at a Buy Station.
In addition, Bloody Money has been rotated to Quads, Most Wanted Contracts have seen their time limit reduced and Turrets have been removed from Buy Stations. You can see the full patch notes on Infinity Ward’s website.