Finding loot in Call of Duty: Warzone can make or break your chances of winning the game. Players who have the best gear will have a higher chance of outdueling their opponents, surviving battles, and successfully navigating to safety.
There are several locations on Verdansk called bunkers that contain some of the best loot available. The bunkers take some setting up to get into, as well as putting the players who choose to attempt entry in danger of nearby enemies. But one bunker’s worth of loot can give you the edge you need to win the game.
While there have historically been bunkers available in the game, access was recently added to six spots by inputting a code into a keypad at the location. These areas have become extremely popular and are often where players will be able to find and eliminate enemies attempting to enter.
Here are the locations for the bunkers on Warzone’s Verdansk map.
The season six/World War II bunkers
More bunkers were added to Warzone with its sixth season. Just like the previous bunkers, the new ones also feature loot, weapons, and more, making them worth finding.
Season six introduced three new bunkers to Warzone. Unlike the previous bunkers, all of their entrances will already be unlocked. This means players can enter these without codes or keys to unlock them— and you could stumble into competition heading inside. Here’s where you can find them.
The Airport Bunker
The Airport Bunker is located toward the east side of Verdansk’s Airport. Once you get there, look out for the containers that will be visible at the end of the runway.
If you’re looking for the fissure that appeared after Adler activated the seismic devices below the city, check out the southeast side of the landmark from the bunker, where you can see a group of rocks on the map.
The Boneyard Bunker
The Boneyard Bunker is relatively easier to find compared to the other new bunkers. You’ll need to leave Boneyard from one of its eastern entrances, and you should find the entrance of the bunker in a close location between the northeast of Boneyard and several warehouses.
The Array Bunker
You’ll need to keep heading toward the northeast after making it to Array to find the Array Bunker. The location itself overlooks a path that splits out of the main road. You’ll find the entrance to the bunker inside a red container.
For the fissure, you can keep heading northeast to the south side of that landmark until you run into a stack of buildings.
Located west of the Zordaya Prison Complex, there’s a small shack on its own. At the door of the shack, there will be a keypad. Enter the provided code into the keypad and you’ll be able to open the door and collect the loot contained inside.
Once you’re at Farmland, navigate to the largest structure. Inside this barn, look underneath the stairs, where you’ll find the keypad to enter the corresponding code. There’s some of the best loot available in Warzone inside this vault.
South Junkyard Bunker
Around Junkyard, there are two separate keypad-locked bunker locations. The first can be accessed through the singular bunker that appears south of Junkyard. Once you enter the door, you’ll descend some stairs before finding a large, reinforced door that can be opened with the keypad on the right-hand side.
North Junkyard Bunker
On the north side of the bunker, you’ll see a series of three bunkers attached to one building. Navigate to the door on the right-hand side and enter. Through the door, you should see a large, reinforced door with a keypad to enter the code.
Below Tavorsk Park, slightly above Styor Spomenik, on the side of a small hill is hidden a bunker. Enter the bunker and you’ll be met with another reinforced door accompanied by a keypad. Enter the code provided to unlock the door and gain access to its contents.
East and below the TV Station, players will see a small shack alone on the roadside. This building should have a keypad out front. Simply enter the access code to open the door and allow the player to collect the loot inside.
There are eight remaining bunkers that can be accessed by using the red access card that can be found in loot crates around the map. This item is extremely rare and often will go unseen throughout games. For players who find the access card, these bunkers can provide extremely valuable loot to assist them throughout the game.
- Head northeast from the Prison and you’ll see a bunker cut into the side of a cliff with access below the bridge.
- Between Quarry and Lumber above the train tunnel, a bunker can be found.
- On the west side of the map near the North Junkyard Bunker, players will be able to see a singular bunker that can be accessed with the use of the red access card.
- On the northwest side of the map, near the dam, players will spot a sign with Russian lettering in the cliffs. Right above this is where you can access a bunker.
- Right above Crash Site in the hills to the west, players can spot another bunker.
- Heading east of TV station toward the northeast of Stadium, players can access a trap door that takes them to the entry to the bunker.
- Right across from the sixth bunker, descend the set of stairs to find the entrance to this location.
- This bunker is located on a cliff facing right at the bottom of the map. Players will be able to drop down onto a ledge to access the entry and will be able to return to the road via a small path.
There’s one more bunker accessible in Warzone known as bunker 11. Entering the bunker will force the player to solve a puzzle around the map that, in turn, will open the bunker.
This puzzle will require players to split up, tracking down phones around the map that will feed them three digits corresponding to another set of phones around the map.
Content creator, NoahJ456, has put together a map showcasing all the possible locations for activation phones and their corresponding known sets. Noah also showcased the translations for the Russian numbers and how to interpret the Morse code required to get into bunker 11 in his guide.
There’s one final bunker location hidden on the Warzone map inside of the Verdansk Stadium. Entering this bunker requires players to complete a series of code-breaking challenges using numbers displayed on nearby computers to solve several codes that will open doors that take the team further into the vault.
First, players will need to acquire a blue key card that will have an access code for a locked door in the stadium. The access codes for each location are as follows:
- P216 – Parking Basement
- EL21 – 2nd Level
- CL19 – 1st Level
Inside these rooms will be symbols displayed on a computer screen that are integral to deciphering the code and gaining access to the bunker. Once you have successfully worked out what numbers correspond to each symbol, you can open the vault by inputting the completed code. Inside, you’ll find some of the game’s best loot. But be mindful that this code changes every game and you won’t be able to enter with the same code each time.