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Warzone bunkers - codes and map locations

Warzone bunkers
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Warzone bunkers have changed in Cold War. Season 2. Some Warzone bunkers are now shut and the ones left no longer need codes. Plus Warzone missile silos have appeared all over the map with some good loot and no entry requirements. As of season 2 however Warzone bunkers 00, 04, 05, 06, 09 and 11 are shut, leaving 01, 02, 03, 07, 08 and 10 still available. However 1 and 3 were Warzone bunkers that used codes and are now open, with some decent loot, and 10 is now a silo, which has good loot. All of which are now open and require no special requirements to open. 

It means that in Season 2 of Call of Duty Warzone, if you're looking for Warzone bunkers or red keycards, or trying to use a Warzone bunker code, your best bet is to aim for a missile silo. They don't need tricks to open, contain a decent number of chests, and as long as you can survive running into anyone else, are a good way to start a match. Worth noting that the Warzone Stadium keycards are gone as well, and those locations are also open.  And, to be extra clear, Bunker 11 is also closed so don't waste any time trying to do all the phones and Morse code stuff that used to open them. 

We've kept all the details for Warzone bunkers, keycards and codes here despite the changes on the off chance things might return to normal. But given that its looking increasingly likely that a Warzone nuke event will destroy Verdansk and give us a new map, we may have completely new replacements for the bunker system in the future. 

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Warzone missile silos

Warzone missile silos are new warzone bunkers

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Currently, your best bet for a good loot haul early after all the changes to the Warzone bunkers are these three Warzone missile silos which have replaced the bunkers previously in those locations. These have no need for cards or codes and are open from the start. They've packed with loot, and being indoors offers up a little protection but means you'll be fighting at extreme close quarters if you're not alone. Grab an SMG if you can, fast. 1 and 2 can be accessed via giant, hard to miss holes in the ground while 3 is the old Bunker 10 and can be entered through the door on the coastal road. 

We've more details on how to find the Warzone missile silos here. 

Warzone bunker codes

Warzone bunker codes

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  1. Farm bunker codes - 9285163
  2. Boneyard bunker code north - 87624851
  3. Prison shack bunker code - 72948531
  4. Boneyard bunker code south - 97264138
  5. TV Shack bunker code - 27495810
  6. Park bunker code - 60274513

These Warzone bunker codes came into effect as part of the tease for Black Ops Cold War when a series of new warzone bunkers and huts appeared on the map. HOWEVER, these doors are currently open and no longer need a code. They still have some loot but not much more than any other location. We've just kept them here in case they every come back in any form. 

Warzone bunker locations

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The map above shows all 11 Warzone bunker locations. REMEMBER: Bunkers 00, 04, 05, 06, 09 and 11 are currently shut, leaving 01, 02, 03, 07, 08 and 10 still usable. HOWEVER: Bunkers 1, 3 and 10 became bunkers that used bunker codes to open as part of the Black Ops Cold War tease and, like the rest of the Bunker code options, are now open by default and contain no more than average loot. 

So that leaves, 02, 07 and 08 as viable bunkers to open with a red key card for extra loot and cash. If you can get your hands on a red keycard then you've only got these options currently.

How to open Warzone bunker doors

Warzone Bunkers

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First up are the 10 Warzone bunker doors that aren't related to the bunker 11 puzzle. These are fairly simple to get inside the first level. You need to first get yourself one of the Warzone red access keycards. 

Warzone red keycard locations

There's no easy answer here as you obtain the Warzone red keycards as a random drop from crates scattered throughout the map. Once you've got yourself one though, you can approach one of the 10 bunker doors on the map and open it. You'll know it can be opened if there's a green light. Inside these bunkers you'll find lots of great loot that can help you win the match.

Warzone Bunker 11

BUNKER 11 IS CURRENTLY SHUT AS PART OF COLD WAR SEASON 2 - we're leaving the info here in case it comes back, but for now there's no point attempting the complicated steps needed to open it. 

Warzone Bunker 11 is an entirely different prospect compared to the others in the game. Opening that involves visiting different phones on the map, collecting Russian numbers and Morse code before you can game access to Warzone bunker 11. It's less about the loot - although you will find loads of loot and an SMG blueprint for the MP7 Mud Dauber- and more about the secret nuke you can find hidden there. Whether players will ever be able to launch it remains to be seen but for now here's how to open Warzone bunker 11 and get at what's behind that door.

Warzone bunker message phone locations for Bunker 11

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So you If you want to get into Warzone bunker 11 then you'll first have to work out what to do with the phones. The map shows the location of five different phones - these are specific Warzone phones that can play the initial message you need to hear to kick off the first step. You can't just use any old phone. 

The second you hit the ground you'll need to head to these these phones and check them. If you hear a dial tone it's the wrong phone, if you hear Russian talking... bingo! You're found the right phone and need to listen for three numbers in Russian. The numbers start when you hear a short jingle, and are over when you hear that jingle again.

This is the main crib sheet people have been using to work out the numbers: 

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When you've heard and deciphered the three numbers, it's time to move on to the next step.

Call of Duty Warzone morse code phones for Bunker 11

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For the next step, you need to head to three Warzone phones throughout the map that correspond to the numbers you just heard. The map above shows all 10 phones (0-9), so simply head to the three numbers you heard in order. It has to be in the correct order, or the puzzle will reset.

When you interact with these phones, you'll hear some morse code. This translates to the numbers you heard before, so if you're following this guide, you don't need to bring up a morse code translator. Once you've been to all three phones, head over to bunker 11 at the top of the map  marked with the blue circle on the map above.

As you approach, the light should be green, and you'll be able to interact with the keypad by the door and open it. Head inside and you'll be rewarded with so much loot, including the Mud Drauber SMG blueprint which will be added to your account.

In one room is a dual-screen computer on the wall, glitching out. Interact with it to reboot it and a timer will start in the next room along, counting down from 10 seconds. When it reaches 2, it will bug out and restart the countdown.

On the opposite side of the bunker, you can crawl through a hole in the wall to find a "Shiny Red Button". Press it and the smoke will be cleared in the window, revealing a nuke being built. IF it ever does... anything, we'll let you know.