Warzone brought back the bunkers that you might be familiar with if you’ve played the game on Verdansk. These bunkers are a bit different but are still a worthy point of interest for you to visit during your Warzone matches. This is how to find a bunker in Warzone, all bunker locations, and possible loot.
Bunkers are a kind of POI on Caldera Island. Or rather, below the Caldera island. Bunkers were a thing on Verdansk too before the Call of Duty: Vanguard was released, but in Warzone Pacific they are simplified. The new bunkers do not require any codes or access cards to access them. It’s just a location you can find, explore, and loot.
Bunkers offer quite a lot of loot but surprisingly, those aren’t being used by players much. Unless you are going for a bunker in the hot drop you are unlikely to encounter any competition at all.
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All Bunker Locations on Caldera Island
Every bunker is marked on the map with a round door icon and in the map’s legend, the bunkers are called Underground Transit Bunkers. In case you didn’t know, there are more bunkers that are shown on the map. However, those bunkers can’t yet be entered and will become available in further Warzone seasons.
At the moment, there are a total of 13 bunkers in Warzone:
Sector C3. Right above the Ruins POI name
Sector D3. South of the Dig Site
Sector D2. Below the two southern Arsenal houses
Sector E5. South-west corner of the intersection in that sector
Sector F1. Next to the Buy Station in the Docks area
Sector I2. In the house west to the Runway
Sector H3. North of the 180 road turn
Sector F5. Behind the northern Fields house in that sector
Sector C6. Northwest from the airfield right before entering the Lagoon
Sector E8. To the north of the four house column
Sector I6. North of the main Sub Pen building
Sector F7. By the only house in that sector
Sector H7. At the south of the sector below the tower
The easiest way to find a bunker is to mark it on the map by clicking on the bunker’s icon. The marker will appear on your screen that will lead you to the bunker’s entrance. It’s best to mark it before jumping out of the plane and then going straight for the bunker to maximize your chances of securing some loot.
The entrance to each bunker looks the same and it is an open concrete hatch. Get close and jump down the hatch. It’s best to wall slide or grab the ladder halfway through because depending on the bunker you may break your legs when landing.
What Can You Find in the Warzone Bunker
Even though there are many bunker entrances in Warzone, some of them are grouped and lead to one facility. If you drop down the hatch and find yourself in a round room with four blast doors, it means you are in the Transit part of the bunker. You can interact and open red blast doors to walk through them and teleport to other parts of the bunker. If you look up and the ladder doesn’t lead directly outside, you are now in the bunker itself.
Since one bunker can connect multiple locations it can be a useful rotation tool in Warzone. But beware that teleporting using the bunker will leave you very vulnerable upon arrival. It’s impossible to tell if there will be someone waiting for you on the other side.
The main reason for you to go to the bunker is obviously the loot. Bunkers are a reliable source of high-tier equipment. There are quite a few chests in each of the bunkers in which you are very likely to find legendary weapons, perks, and killstreaks. You may also find multiple Nebula Rounds Field Upgrades and Warzone PDS inside.
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