COD: Warzone is one of the more popular Battle Royale games out there and more people are joining the player base every day. Some get pulled into the hype while others join the game to play with their friends. But either way, you will want to know what is going on this season.
To begin with, this season has 3 new bunkers to look out for:
- To the northwest of Radar Array
- North of Airport Maintenance Area
- Inside the Boneyard north of the Silos
Don’t worry though, we will cover the locations of the old bunkers too in case you are new to the game or have missed a season or two. So without delay, let us go through the codes and locations of all the bunkers.
Warzone All Bunker Locations (Previous and Current)
With the new season update, some of these bunkers may not be accessible but we have still included them to the guide.
We will also tell you which bunkers require a red access keycard and which work with a numeric keypad. We have not mentioned the Warzone bunker, we’ll touch on that in a bit more detail later on because it requires a separate section.
- Bunker 00: South of Promenade West, move down the cliff towards the end of the map and you will see a path to this spot.
- Bunker 01: Head north of the go-kart track, near the southwest of the boneyard for this bunker.
- Bunker 02: Just head north from bunker 01, you can drive to get there faster.
- Bunker 03: This bunker is beside bunker 02. The entrance is through a trap door that you need to fall into.
- Bunker 04: Near the Dam, head southeast of it where there is a cliff with a huge sign in Russian, pretty hard to miss.
- Bunker 05: West of Crash Site.
- Bunker 06: Right in between the Quarry and Lumber area where there is a train tunnel, just above that.
- Bunker 07: Another bunker with a trap door entrance east from the TV Station.
- Bunker 08: This bunker is located opposite bunker 07 down the stairs.
- Bunker 09: Head northeast of Prison where there is a bridge, it should be below that.
- Bunker 10: It is on the southern edge of the map in Tavorsk Park.
The new bunkers in season 6 are pretty convenient to enter as they do not require inputting any codes or having red access cards in your inventory, but it is first come first serve. Also not to mention these bunkers don’t have that much loot either.
You’d need to double-check whether the older bunkers are still accessible in this season. But for convenience sake, we will give you the bunker codes for the ones that were in the previous season.
Prison – 72948531
Farmland – 49285163
South Junkyard – 97264138
North Junkyard – 87624851
Park (nuke) – 60274513
TV Station – 27495810
Whether these bunkers are accessible in the future or not is up to the developers. But you can visit them and check whether they are available in the coming seasons or not.
Red Access Card Bunkers
So there are a few bunkers on the map that require a special red access key card to enter. These are extremely rare to find, but the loot inside makes finding them worth it. These bunkers are bunker 00, 02, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, and 09.
Though a fair bit of warning, everyone will swarm at these locations for the loot, so be careful when entering. The loot always attracts players and it can be very difficult to get through them.
Also, one more thing to look out for is people who want to steal your red access card. If a player kills you, they can take your key card which is a pretty rare find by itself. But you can also use this to your advantage to obtain this key card as well.
This bunker is pretty different from any other, it does not have a keypad and does not require a red access card. This was active in previous seasons, but you can still find it near Bloc 23, north of the map.
This bunker was a real challenge to access as it required a different approach. But once you were able to enter it, it contained a ton of loot.
To gain entry you need to hunt for phones that play a Russian message. You then need to follow those in a certain order to gain entry into the bunker. Overall, it was challenging but fun at the same time.
The Russian numbers can be translated as follows:
- 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”)
Keep an Eye on What Might be Coming
While it is true that some bunkers are no longer accessible in the newer update, there is always a chance that the developers will reopen these areas for players to loot.
You should visit the bunker locations yourself to know where they were and keep an eye out. You might find a bunker in a completely new location next season too though if the developers wish to introduce something new.
Bunkers are an incredibly great source for loot if a player wants to get a head start in the game. Some of these bunkers might still be available while others would probably reopen in future seasons. But regardless of where you go, beware of the snipers camping in the surroundings before rushing in. Happy COD Warzone bunker looting!