It is a fact of life that every new season of Call of Duty: Warzone brings new opportunities to gather all of the loot and chests you can for each game on the map.
While the map remains the same, the bunkers you can access have been updated to make the map layout less predictable. It is also possible that you can find more bunkers in secret areas of the map.
As long as you survive, we are confident that Call of Duty Bunkers will provide excellent starting points to acquire loot.
Call of Duty: Warzone Season 6 bunkers
With the introduction of Call of Duty: Warzone Season 6, players will be able to access three new bunkers from the World War II era. Currently, these bunkers do not require any special codes to gain access to them.
You can find the new WW2 bunkers at the following locations:
- Northwest of Radar Array
- North of the Airport Maintenance area
- Inside the Boneyard, head north to the silos
Call of Duty: Warzone previous seasons' bunker access codes
Below you will find old bunker codes available in previous seasons. If any of the bunkers below is still accessible in season 6, you can use its respective code to open it.
- South Junkyard : 97264138
- North Junkyard : 87624851
- Park (nuke) : 60274513
There are also three lootable locations accessible with the bunker codes below:
- Prison: 72948531
- TV Station: 27495810
- Farmland: 49285163
Warzone Red access card bunkers
Most Warzone bunkers require a Red Access Card to access. Bunkers that are not accessible with a code (2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) require you to acquire a Red Access Card to enter.
Red Access Cards are rare and hard to find in random legendary loot found on the Verdansk Map. Even if you find legendary loot, it is unlikely that you will receive a Red Access card.
You can also obtain these cards through the actions of other players. You can also pick up a Red Access Card if you kill another player. If the player hasn't already used the character, you may gain a significant strategic advantage this way.
How to get inside Warzone's secret Bunker 11
In previous COD: Warzone seasons, players could access the secret bunker 11 in Verdansk's map.
To do so, you had to make a series of phone calls to decipher Russian messages. The process was complicated but fun for those willing to put in the effort. You will still find Bunker 11 located at the north end of the map, near Bloc 23.
At the moment, the season 6 map doesn't contain secret bunkers similar to Bunker 11, but it may in the future. A potential secret bunker is visible on the eastern side of Warzone Season 3's Factory on the opposite side of a Superstore.
It is best to mark the location as you can't use the bunker's keypad now, but it may become accessible in the future.
Russian text to numbre mapping for Bunker 11's passcode:
- 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”)
Using these above bunker codes, you will be able to open bunkers and grab loot without being killed quickly. Stay alert for more hidden loot and bunker locations, and we will keep this guide up-to-date with any new entries.