Looking for the Warzone bunker locations that have just opened up? Ever since Infinity Ward’s battle royale game first opened its doors, hidden parts of it remained mysteriously shut. Now Verdansk’s secrets are beginning to unravel, and its bunker doors are now ready to be opened by intrepid players.
Since Apex Legends vaults appeared in King’s Canyon, and Fortnite vaults cropped up not long after, now Call of Duty: Warzone is getting in on the action. However, if you’re on the hunt for the oodles of rare loot contained within, you’ll need to scavenge a Warzone red access card first. Well, for all but one of the bunkers, that is.
Then, once you’ve done that, you’ve only got the entire map to pore over to find these secretive spots, with its 300-plus landmarks and yawning wastes in between. So, to save you some crucial exploring time, here’s a handy breakdown of all 12 Warzone bunker locations, and how to get their damn doors open. Yes, even the crafty Warzone bunker 11.
How to open Warzone bunkers
First, you need a Red Access Card, which is only available in legendary crates. However, they’re so rare that they’re not even guaranteed to show up in those, so keep your fingers firmly crossed when opening them.
Next you need to find a bunker. This is the point at which you’ll need to be smart: These areas are going to become hot zones for players with key cards, and sneaky chancers lingering in the shadows, hoping to pinch them. The Warzone bunker northeast of Prison (pictured above) is pretty well known, so consider making your way to an alternative treasure trove, if the circle allows.
Then look for the keypad to the right of the door. Interacting with that will trigger the horizontal yellow bars to unlock, and the door will open. If you make it this far, happy looting—you’ve earned it. And if you’re hoping to find the secrets within Warzone bunker 11, more on that below.
All Warzone bunker locations
Above you can see a map with all the bunker locations—some are so close together they’re indicated by the same mark. However, some are quite hidden away, so here are further descriptions:
- 00: On the coast south of Promenade West, head down the cliff as if you’re going out of bounds to find the path to this mischievously hidden spot.
- 01: North of the go kart track and southwest of Boneyard.
- 02: Drive north along the road from the previous bunker.
- 03: Right next to bunker 02, but you’ll need to drop through a trap door.
- 04: Southeast of Dam, in the cliffs above the large Russian sign.
- 05: On the west side of Crash Site.
- 06: On the far east side of the map between Quarry and Lumber, above the train tunnel.
- 07: East of TV station, northeast of Stadium. Look for another trap door.
- 08: Opposite bunker 07, head down the steps inside.
- 09: Northeast of Prison, cut into the cliff below the bridge.
- 10: South of Tavorsk Park on Verdansk’s southern edge.
Warzone bunker 11 and phone locations
The thing is, it’s a different story for bunker 11, northwest of Military Base. Here you can snag as many access cards as you like, but they won’t get you in. Instead you have a few more hoops through which to jump, and it involves some phones and remedial Russian.
To unlock Warzone bunker 11 you need to track down the right phones—their locations are marked on the map above. Most will just have a dial tone when you call them, but the ones you’re looking for will give you three numbers that correspond to another set of phones you need to ring. This would be a bit simpler if those numbers weren’t in Russian, but there you go.
So, here are the numbers 1-9 in Russian:
- 0: ноль (“nohl”)
- 1: один (“a-deen”)
- 2: два (“dva”)
- 3: три (“tree”)
- 4: четыре (“chye-tir-ye”)
- 5: пять (“pyat”)
- 6: шесть (“shest”)
- 7: семь (“syem”)
- 8: восемь (“vo-syem”)
- 9: девять (“dyev-yat”)
Now, once you’ve identified the three numbers you need, your squad needs to split up and access the corresponding numbered phones. Those are marked on the map below.
It’s a lot of effort to open, but the results are worth it; As the work involved to access it is different, so are the loot and secrets within. First, you can find the Mud Dauber blueprint for the MP7, and there should be a fair few supply crates in there, too.
Arguably more interesting is the nuke you can spot in a state of assembly in a separate room. You can’t interact with it or use it, but it suggests that there might be something to those rumours that the next Call of Duty game will be set during the Cold War. Equally, could we be getting a new high-powered perk in Warzone? Whatever happens next, Call of Duty: Warzone suddenly got a lot more interesting.