Bunkers have been a prominent part of Call of Duty: Warzone since they were added to the battle royale in previous seasons. Recently, the Call of Duty community has been working together to complete an ARG to help reveal the next title. After six days of work, the Call of Duty community discovered Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, and a teaser video. However, the final day gave players another hint into what Activision could have in store in the future. A nuke was found in the final bunker.
The final tape was titled 1981 and the Warzone code indicated players to travel to F8. Upon zooming into the map a you will find a bunker 10 just outside of Park. Once you arrive at the bunker, the code 602745143 is used to unlock the bunker. Inside the bunker, there were more clues to help players complete the ARG. Also, there was a new area in the bunker which revealed a control room and a huge nuke behind glass. A video was uploaded on Twitter by the YouTube streamer NoahJ456 who was solving the ARG. Subsequently, many players believed that the nuke would be launched as part of the solution to the ARG. However, this did not happen, nor were there any clues indicating this.
WE FOUND A NUKE IN WARZONE!!!
IT'S READY TO LAUNCH!!! pic.twitter.com/x1ctqwvo5h
— NoahJ456 (@NoahJ456) August 19, 2020
Will the Warzone nuke play a part in the reveal?
In Season 3 of Call of Duty: Warzone, a nuke was found in Bunker 11. As we prepare for the reveal of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, the purpose of the nuke could become more apparent. Perhaps, it will be set off during the reveal in Verdansk on August 26. Although the teaser video suggests a worldwide reveal, there could be a possibility that the hunt for more clues will continue, especially since Activision has left many questions unanswered. These unanswered questions include the nuke as well as the elevators found in bunks that players could not interact with.