Warzone bunkers have changed during the Cold War. Season 2. Some Warzone bunkers are now shut, and the ones left no more extended need codes. Also, there are several Warzone missile silos around the map, which contain some good loot and do not require any entry. As of season 2, however, Warzone bunkers 00, 04, 05, 06, 09, and 11 are closed, leaving only 01, 02, 03, 07, 08, and 10. One and three were warzone bunkers, but now those are open and they have some decent loot. Then there’s ten, which is now a silo that has some good loot. All of which are now open and do not require special requirements to open.
It means that in Season 2 of Call of Duty Warzone, whenever you’re searching for Warzone bunkers, red keycards, or trying to use a Warzone bunker code, you’ll have the best luck in missile silos. If you can survive running into anyone else, they are an excellent way to start a match since they don’t need tricks to open, contain a decent number of chests, and don’t require any tricks to open. It’s worth noting that Warzone Stadium keycards have disappeared, though the locations remain open. And, to be extra precise, 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.
On the off chance that things might return to normal, we’ve kept all the details for Warzone bunkers, keycards, and codes here despite the recent changes. But given that it’s looking increasingly likely that a Warzone nuke event will destroy Verdansk and give us a new map, we may have entirely new replacements for the bunker system in the future.
Warzone missile silos
The three missile silos in Warzone that replaced the bunkers in those locations are currently your best option for loot early on after all the changes to the bunkers in Warzone. These do not need cards or codes and are open from the start. In addition to loot, and a bit of protection indoors, there is a high probability that combat will take place at very close quarters if you are not alone. Grab an SMG if you can, fast. One and two can be accessed through large, hard-to-miss holes in the ground, while Bunker 10 can be accessed through the door on the coastal road.
Warzone bunker codes
- Farm bunker codes – 9285163
- Boneyard bunker code north – 87624851
- Prison shack bunker code – 72948531
- Boneyard bunker code south – 97264138
- TV Shack bunker code – 27495810
- Park bunker code – 60274513
When new warzone bunkers and huts appeared on the map as part of the tease for Black Ops Cold War, the codes for warzone bunkers were revealed. Currently, however, these doors require no code and are open to the public. Even so, they don’t have a lot of loot compared to other locations. We’ve just kept them here in case they ever come back in any form.
Warzone bunker locations
All 11 Warzone bunker locations are shown on the map. You still have access to bunkers 01, 02, 03, 07, 08, and 10 since bunkers 00, 04, 05, 06, 09, and 11 are currently closed. Bunkers 1, 3, and 10 became bunkers that could be unlocked with bunker codes as part of the Black Ops Cold War tease, but now they are open by default and contain only average loot.
As a result, bunkers 02, 07, and 08 can be opened with a red key card for additional loot and cash. If you are able to get a red keycard, your options are limited right now.
How to open Warzone bunker doors
The first ten Warzone bunker doors that are unrelated to the puzzle for bunker 11 can be found. These are pretty simple to get inside the first level. The first thing you need to do is get yourself a Warzone red access card.
Warzone red keycard locations
Since you can obtain Warzone red keycards randomly from crates scattered around the map, there is no easy answer to this challenge. Once you’ve got yourself one, though, you can approach one of the ten bunker doors on the map and open it. You’ll know it can be extended if there’s a green light. Loot can be found inside these bunkers that will help you succeed in the game.
Warzone Bunker 11
As part of Cold War Season 2, bunker 11 is currently closed – the information is left here in case it reopens, but at this point, there’s no point in trying to open it.
In comparison to the earlier Warzone Bunker games, Bunker 11 presents a completely different prospect. You must visit different phones on the map, collect Russian numbers, and use Morse code before you can access Warzone bunker 11. The objective of the game is less about how much loot you’re going to find there – although that includes an MP7 mud dauber blueprint and loads of loot – than it is about the secret nuke you’ll find there. While it remains to be seen whether or not players will be able to use it, access Warzone bunker 11 and see what’s inside.