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Published: 4/Mar/2021 16:56by James Busby
Call of Duty Warzone players can get hold of some rare loot if they know their way around Verdank’s bunker system. We have a customized map marking each of their locations and a Warzone bunker codes list to help you open them.
If you’re serious about winning and wish to grab the best chances of getting those high kill count games, you’ll want to land in areas with decent floor loot and piles of cash. Fortunately, Warzone’s bunkers offer squads everything they need to dominate the competition.
From powerful weapons to game-changing killstreaks, these underground safehouses have it all. Accessing each of Warzone’s bunkers can be difficult if you don’t know their location and key codes, though. There are even a number of bunkers that can only be accessed with a Red Access Card, so here’s everything you need to know about these highly-competitive locations.
Here are the Warzone bunker locations in Season 2 that require a code to open them.
The Boneyard bunker is located north of Junkyard. It is the only location with two bunkers next to one another, which makes it the perfect place to quickly hoover up all the best loot. Both bunkers can be found just northwest of Boneyard.
There’s also a Buy Station directly east of the bunkers (Offices and Repair Shop), so simply collect each bunker’s cash, then quickly grab a loadout and purchase any killstreaks, Gas Masks, and Self Revives.
The next bunker can be accessed via the southern section of the map, directly below Styor Spomenik and Tavorsk Park. It’s here where you’ll find a bunker tucked away in the rocky cliff face.
While the shack that sits just west of Warzone’s Prison may not look that interesting, it does have some decent loot inside. Simply enter the code below to claim your prize:
This bunker is easy to miss at first as it is tucked away inside the largest barn in Farmland. Simply enter the building and use the keypad next to the door to gain entry.
TV Station is a popular place for squads looking to get into early-game fights. You can either land on top of TV station and take the chopper over to the eastern bunker or simply hot drop onto it.
If you choose to do the latter, then be prepared to quickly enter the code below:
There are certain bunkers that require a Red Access Card to unlock. These ultra-rare cards were previously found in Legendary Supply Boxes, but have since been removed in Warzone Season 2.
Here are all the Warzone bunker locations for the currently locked bunkers:
As of writing, bunker 11 is inaccessible. We don’t know when bunker 11 will be reopened, but if you wish to find out how you can access it in future updates, then you’ll need to first visit one of the activation phones that are dotted around Verdansk.
Reddit user StrangerRobijn has made the image (above) to help Warzone players locate each activation phone, so make sure you use this as a guide until you can memorize each phone location for when/if it comes back.
Usually, once you have located the correct phone, a Russian operator will answer and give you a three-digit code. We’ve listed the translations below:
The three-digit code you get will dictate the order you visit the phones in. For example, if you had code 012, you would visit phone zero first, then phone one, then phone two. If you wish to speed up this process, we suggest having your squad splitting up and hopping in the nearest vehicles to cut down the overall travel time.
You’ll know when you’ve interacted with the correct phones when you hear a little jingle. This sound means you’ve been successful and Bunker 11 can now be entered. The bunker is located just North-West of Warzone’s Military Base.
So, there you have it, everything you need to know about Warzone’s bunkers in Season 2.