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Call of Duty Warzone bunker door codes: How to open them and what the computer passwords and phones mean

Call of Duty Warzone bunker door
(Image credit: Activision//u/BirchTreeMilk (Reddit))

Did you know there's a number of Call of Duty Warzone bunker doors, computers, and phones that you can interact with on the map? You can attempt to enter a code at each of the bunker doors, a password at the computers, and you can pick up the phones, but at the time of writing, their purpose in Call of Duty Warzone is a mystery. The community is hard at work solving it and figuring out their purpose, and you can read up on everything we know about the Call of Duty Warzone bunker doors below.

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What are the Call of Duty Warzone bunker doors, computers, and telephones?

Call of Duty Warzone bunker door

(Image credit: Activision//u/BirchTreeMilk (Reddit))

Spread throughout the map are 11 bunker doors, each with an interactable keypad. When you approach and interact with them, you hear a typical "denied" sound, implying you don't know the correct code.

There's also a number of telephones you can interact with. When you do, all you'll hear is the dead air sound before you dial a number, followed by nothing.

Finally, you can also find some computers that require a password. Just like the other two, interacting with them doesn't allow you in because of course, you haven't found the password yet.

Check out the map below courtesy of the official Call of Duty Reddit Discord server to see all currently known locations for the bunker doors, computers, and telephones.

Call of Duty Warzone bunker doors

(Image credit: Activision/COD Reddit Discord server)

So what does it all mean? There is a lot of speculation going on right now. Thanks to previous mysteries and puzzles like in Fortnite and Apex Legends, the Call of Duty Warzone community is hard at work searching for the solution but at the time of writing, it's still a mystery.

Twitter user @KINGMAN124YTB uploaded a video where they managed to glitch inside one of the bunker doors with a Recon Drone. Unfortunately, inside is fairly disappointing; there's nothing there yet, which implies they're not meant to be opened yet and we have to wait for a future update.

One popular theory is that this all ties into an enormous Easter egg. We had the Apex Legends Nessy locations that resulted in an enormous Loch Ness Monster appearing by the edge of the map. Could this have a similar elaborate result?

Another idea is that the bunker doors will act like the vaults seen first in Apex Legends, and now in Fortnite. Open the doors and you'll be rewarded with a bunch of high-tier loot. When the vault doors were initially added to Apex, they weren't able to be opened for a while, although there was a timer — these don't have any sort of countdown.

There's also the thought that they're tied into an in-game event coming later down the line. Fortnite kicked off the trend of battle royale games having a story arc with in-game events, before every game under the sun adopted it. It's fairly likely we'll see something similar in Warzone, and all of this could be tied to that.

Interestingly, the official guide to the mode from Activision has in-depth dives to every location. Some of these are named [[CLASSIFIED]] with eerie descriptions, including a lot of redacted words. Click on the location drop-down to see one of them.

As soon as something more concrete is found, we'll be sure to update this guide. Until then, good luck in Verdansk, soldier!

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