Bunkers are nothing new to Call of Duty: Warzone's Verdansk map. Up until now they've been completely inaccessible to all players, but a brand new update for the game has just changed that, opening the bunkers up for the first time.
Infinity Ward's been sneaky about this reveal, leaving it for the community to discover and not announcing the change to the bunkers in patch notes for Modern Warfare/Warzone yesterday. Now, you can plunder all the goodies within the bunks scattered around the map in Warzone.
That is, if you can find the keycards required to open the corresponding bunkers. While keycards could previously be found in Warzone, they didn't actually serve any purpose, and were completely useless. Now though, if you can take a color-coded keycard to a corresponding bunker around the Verdansk map, you can use the keycard to open up the bunker doors.
Bunkers have some of the best loot in Warzone, as you can probably imagine. However, judging by gameplay videos of the bunkers doing the rounds earlier today, it seems as though there are additional locked doors within the bunkers themselves. Could Infinity Ward be lining up other secrets behind these locked doors buried deep within the bunkers?
Just yesterday, we spoke to Call of Duty: Warzone's director on the challenges of keeping the game fresh over the long run. It sounds like there's a lot to look forward to in the battle royale's future, but keeping a game like this fresh with constant updates isn't without its challenges.