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Call of Duty: Warzone Is Gearing Up For Something Major

The appearance of unlockable Vaults and some mysterious noises in the wild have the Call of Duty: Warzone community puzzled as to what Infinity Ward has planned for the future of the popular Battle Royale.

Call of Duty: Warzone has become one of the most popular multiplayer games in the world following its official release earlier this year. The fan-favorite Battle Royale has plenty of things for players to experience when they are trying to rack up wins and kills. However, the activity in the world of Call of Duty: Warzone has been ramping up recently. Infinity Ward has been updating the map of Verdansk for the title with some mysterious and exciting elements. With this in mind, we have gathered together the latest events happening in Call of Duty: Warzone together for you so that you know what is going on leading up the official start of Season 4.

Call of Duty: Warzone Vaults

A plethora of vaults have been available for players to find ever since Call of Duty: warzone released. However, players had no way of opening these vaults and see what they have inside of them even though they could interact with a keypad on the side of vault doors. However, recent updates for the Battle Royale have added a new Red Access card item, which players can use to open up the vault doors and collect all of the valuable loot they have hidden inside of them.

One of these vaults is much different from the other ones, as Bunker 11 contains a monumental Easter Egg that players believe will be the catalyst for the changes that will happen to the map of the Battle Royale when Season 4 starts. Bunker 11 is opened by players interacting with various phones found across the map of Verdansk. There is a total of seven phones that players can visit to find a code spoken in Russian. This Russian code is related to a set of nine phones that players must visit in the order of the code spoken on the first phone they find. Once you have interacted with the phones in the order of the Russian code that the first phone gave you, you will be able to visit and open the vault doors for Bunker 11. Inside Bunker 11 contains the Mud Dauber blueprint for the MP7 SMG and room where a nuclear bomb can be found. The consensus in the community is that this nuke hidden in Bunker 11 will be what is set off and used to change the Call of Duty: Warzone map in a destructive manner.

Call of Duty: Warzone Wolf Howls

The Bunker 11 nuke Easter Egg is not the only mystery that has captivated the attention of the community for the Battle Royale title. Players have taken to social media to show off video clips where what sounds like the howls of wolves can be heard when they are playing. These wolf howls have led some players to believes that perhaps the map of Verdansk could be overrun by packs of these howling creatures in some kind of live event. Other theories suggest these howls could be hinting at a new environmental feature that players will be able to experience when Season 4 kicks off for Call of Duty: Warzone. It would undoubtedly be an adrenaline-fueled sight to see a pack of wolves chasing after you and your teammates when you are trying to be the last team standing in Call of Duty: Warzone. There is also a possibility that these wolf howls have nothing to do with Season 4 of the Battle Royale and could just be a delightful little Easter Egg that Infinity Ward has added to the game for no other reason than to mess with players.

There is no doubt that the world of Call of Duty: Warzone has changed a great deal recently and is set to receive its most significant set of changes when Season 4 officially kicks off on June 3rd. It remains to be seen how the vaults and wolf howls will factor in when it comes to the changes for Call of Duty: Warzone when Season 4 begins. Still, there is no denying that the community for the legendary first-person shooter franchise is exceptionally excited to see what Infinity Ward has planned for the future of the famous Battle Royale.


Nicholas Barth is a lover of all games but has cultivated a powerful fondness for first-person shooters and battle royales over the years. You can find him either writing to help players understand their favorite games better or diving deep into an esports scene that he knows he has no chance of being good enough to compete in himself. You can find him on Twitter @budah62