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CoD: Warzone – All Bunkers and Codes in Season 2

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The mysterious CoD: Warzone Bunker 11 - In our bunker guide we will show you how to open them.
The Bunkers in Call of Duty hold some of the most precious treasures. We'll show you how to open them! (Image Credit: Activision)

The mysterious CoD: Warzone Bunkers: For all newcomers to Warzone, here comes our guide on how to find the access card and which codes you need to open the bunkers in Verdansk and on Rebirth Island with the start of Warzone Season 2. Of course, we will also guide you through the process of opening Bunker 11 and the yellow bunker on Rebirth Island.

What lurks behind the doors of the CoD: Warzone bunkers? Everywhere in Verdansk, the map of CoD: Warzone, you stumble upon massive, locked bunker doors. Since Season 1 started in Black Ops Cold War and Warzone got some new content, there also came some new bunkers. Even Warzone Season 2 changed a lot for the bunkers. There are a total of 12 of these in Verdansk, numbered 00-11. Here, we have marked their locations on a map.

CoD: Warzone Bunker
Here we have marked the locations of all bunkers, the two huts and the locked room. (Credit:

Update, Feb 26: Including all the new bunkers added in Season 1 and Season 2 of Black Ops Cold War's integration with Warzone, we now have a total of 17 Bunkers in both Verdansk and Rebirth Island. The new additions, which have been expanded on later in this article, are:

  • Yellow Door Bunker (Season 1 | Rebirth Island)
  • Airport Bunker (Season 1)
  • Arklov Peak Military Base Bunker (Season 2)
  • Park Bunker #2 (Season 2)
  • Grazna Hills Bunker (Season 2)

Original bunker locations: Nine of the 12 bunkers can be opened. Bunker 11 is an exception and is a bit more complicated to get into, but more about this later. Since the start of Season 1 in BOCW, there is also a new bunker at the airport in Verdansk and one on the new map Rebirth Island. For the Easter Egg in Season 6, follow this link:


CoD Warzone Bunkers: All Season 2 Bunkers

Update, Feb 26: There are three fabulous bunkers that have been added in Season 2 - f**king missile silos, in fact! If that doesn't sound awesome, we don't know what will... These bloody things are the definition of awesome, and they hold a ton of cool s**t. So, let's dive in...


All of the Season 2 Bunkers are Red Access Card Bunkers, so check out the article above for full details on how to get access!

Bunker 1: Arklov Peak Military Base

Jump a little south of the Arklov Peak Military Base, head to the small hill by the roadside, and take a peek inside. Holy cow on a mother f**king surfboard, that looks like a nuclear missile silo! Insanity...

Bunker 2: Park Bunker #2!

Woah there cowboy, wasn't there already a Park Bunker (oh, wait, it's later in the article...)? This one is kind of... similar. Down in the southern-most part of the map. It's a pretty classic bunker — built into a hillside.

Bunker 3: Grazna Hills

This bad boy is located near the Grazna Hills, and it is another massive missile silo! This thing is so massive you could almost call it phallic, and it's very hard to miss. Lookout for players coming from the other entrance - which is in the side of the hill - you don't want to get jumped!

Original Bunkers

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More bunkers? I'M ON THAT TRAIN! (Credit: Activision)

The Red Access Card

To open bunkers 00, 02, 04, 05, 06 and 09, you need a red access card. The card can be found everywhere in Verdansk as a random legendary drop in loot boxes and is very rare. If you kill a player who has this card on them, you can also pick it up.

If you are lucky enough to find the red card, go to one of the bunkers mentioned above and interact with the keypad next to the bunker door. Once inside the bunker, you will be rewarded with some great loot in the form of legendary loot boxes, killstreaks and more.

Update, Feb 26: As of Season 2, Red Access Card Bunkers 00, 04, 05, 06, and 09 have all been deactivated, and can no longer be accessed.

Airport Bunker (Original)

With the start of Season 1 in Black Ops Cold War, a new bunker appeared in Verdansk. As the name suggests, the new bunker is located at the airport of Verdansk. It can't be missed, as the entrance is actually a huge hole in the runway east of the control tower. To enter the bunker, you don't need a code or an access card. Just hop into the hole and start looting! Besides the usual loot, you'll also find some Easter Eggs and interesting clues, such as another red phone, some canisters with Nova 6 or a screen showing a nuclear bomb. You can find detailed info about this bunker here:

CoD: Warzone Bunker
Open Sesame! (Credit: Activision)

The Codes

Since the scavenger hunt preparing the announcement of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War kicked off, three more bunkers, two huts and a locked room can now be opened in Verdansk. In contrast to the previous bunkers, you don't need an access card here, but codes. We marked the locations of the two huts on the map above with H1 and H2 and the locked room with R. Here we have all the codes for you:

  • Bunker 01: 97264138
  • Bunker 03: 87624851
  • Bunker 10: 60274513
  • Hut 1: 27495810
  • Hut 2: 72948531
  • Locked room: 49285163

Of course, you will be rewarded with lots of loot.

The Special Bunker 11

Let's get to the mysterious Bunker 11. If you want to open it, you have a slightly longer task ahead of you. First, you have to listen to a message that tells you a code. You can find phones all over the map that you can interact with if they ring. Interact with different phones until you hear a message that tells you a three-digit code.

Since the message is always in Russian, you should either have someone on the squad who speaks Russian or have a table open that shows you the Russian pronunciation of the numbers one to ten. Guess you should have taken Russian in high school instead of that fouth useless P.E credit!

We have listed the numbers here for those of you who are not into Russian:

  • 0: ноль ( "nohl" )
  • 1: один ("a-deen")
  • 2: два ("dva")
  • 3: три ("tri")
  • 4: четыре ("chye-tir-ye")
  • 5: пять ("pyat")
  • 6: шесть ( "shest")
  • 7: семь ("syem")
  • 8: восемь ("vo-syem")
  • 9: девять ("dyev-yat")

The three-digit code tells you in which order you must now interact with certain phones acroos the map of Verdansk. This video shows the exact locations of the phones:

If you understood the code correctly and interacted with the three phones in the correct order, you should see a green light over bunker 11. To enter it, all you have to do now is interact with the keypad and the bunker should open.

Once inside, you will find a lot of legendary loot boxes, but there is more. If you follow the passage, you will come to a room with several doors. Behind the first door on the left side, you can press a switch to restart the computers.

Behind the second door, you can see a countdown that counts down from ten to two and then glitches. On the right side, behind the door, there is a table with a legendary submachine gun. Whoever picks it up, unlocks a new weapon blueprint for the MP7 for the entire squad.

After that, you can crawl further through a hole in the wall and press a red button. This will make the smoke on the other side of the window disappear and give you a view of an atomic bomb. This video shows again all the steps just described:

Update, Feb 26: As of Season, Special Bunker 11 is out of commission, and can no longer be accessed.

Rebirth Island Yellow Bunker

The "Yellow Bunker" on Rebirth Island also takes a little more work to open. The bunker is located in the command center of the headquarters and is locked with a yellow door. Actually, you only need a code, but the nasty thing is that the code is different in every match – so unfortunately, we can't just give you the code. To get access to the new bunker anyway, here's a quick guide on how you can find out the code.

First of all, you need to find a hidden briefcase that can appear in various places on the island. You can find the briefcase in these places, among others:

Rebirth Island Yellow bunker Briefcase locations
Here are the currently known briefcase locations on Rebirth Island, there may be more, so stay tuned! (Credit: Geeky Pastimes / Cassianx / Activision)

The briefcase will be open with three photos that will show in-game locations. Now, what makes this bad-boy a bit tricky, is that each of these locations indicate a place where a snippet of the access code is kept. Now! Keep in mind the location of the hyphen on each number:

  • No hyphen or hyphen after the numbers = the first three numbers!
  • Two numbers = in the middle of the damn code.
  • Three numbers with a hyphen at the start = the final numbers...

So, follow the map below and track down the codes based on the images you find near your briefcase. They can be quite tricky to locate... Then! Order your numbers – use some pen and paper, the old school way – and open the door. If you can do this and stay alive, then we salute you!

Here you can find a more in-depth guide to the yellow bunker:

Yellow Bunker Code sequence locations
Here are where the Yellow Bunker Code sequence locations can be found across the map! (Credit: TheGamingRevolution / Activision)

Now you know how to get into all the bunkers, the two huts, and the locked doors in CoD: Warzone so you can secure lots of loot. But be on your guard while at the bunkers – people like to camp careless players for easy kills!


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