Activision and Infinity Ward’s free-to-play battle royale title, CoD: Warzone, pays homage to plenty of past Call of Duty games by integrating nostalgic elements directly into the enormous 150-player map. With so much ground to cover it’s likely that players are only scratching the surface of what secrets Verdansk holds at this early stage, so be sure to check back often in order to keep track of our complete Call of Duty: Warzone Easter eggs list.
All Call of Duty: Warzone Easter eggs list
Below is a full list of all the Easter eggs that have been discovered in Call of Duty: Warzone. They’re separated into sections for convenience and will be updated as new information is uncovered by the game’s community.
Call of Duty: Warzone Easter Eggs | Locked bunkers
To the east of Verdansk Stadium is a mysterious Call of Duty: Warzone bunker. In the basement area of said bunker, it’s possible to find a keypad that prompts you to input a code.
There are two more locations like this, though, at the time of writing, nobody’s been able to crack the codes and enter the hidden area(s) they presumably unlock.
Call of Duty: Warzone Easter Eggs | Interactible phones and computers
Tucked away in various corners of the Modern Warfare Warzone map are phones and computers that can be interacted with. Similar to the keypads detailed above, what function these might serve isn’t yet fully understood.
Computers can let players attempt to enter a password, so maybe there’s some sort of discoverable cipher that’s the key to everything? Given time, we’re sure the game’s community of 6 million players will figure it out.
Call of Duty: Warzone Easter Eggs | Access the Gulag at any time
Most people are accustomed to paying the Gulag a visit when they die, but did you know that it’s actually accessible to living players at all times?
If you locate the obvious sewage pipe jutting out of the side of the Verdansk Prison, you can clamber through it and emerge into this 1v1 fight club.
Call of Duty: Warzone Easter Eggs | Classic CoD map references
- Broadcast map Easter egg
- This popular Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare multiplayer map makes an appearance in Warzone and is largely unchanged in terms of layout. Visually it’s been vastly improved, however, which is likely why TV Station has become one of the most popular drop locations in battle royale mode.
- Burger Town map Easter egg
- Burger Town is one of the more recognizable classic CoD locations, having first featured in the Modern Warfare 2 campaign and multiplayer; since then, it’s made further appearances in Modern Warfare 3 and Advanced Warfare. Several of the burger joints are spread around Verdansk, though only one mirrors the classic layout.
- Killhouse map Easter egg
- Another CoD 4 classic, Killhouse is a compact map where action comes thick and fast. Located close to Verdansk Airport, the iconic training grounds has been recreated in a totally authentic fashion. Venturing inside isn’t the best tactical call in a battle royale, but it’s worth doing at least once if only for nostalgia’s sake.
- Terminal map Easter egg
- The Verdansk Airport was assumed to be a Modern Warfare 2 Terminal map Easter egg by many, though that isn’t the case in reality. It’s thematically similar, naturally, and clearly took some inspiration from Terminal, just without fully recreating the old layout.
As more hidden secrets and solutions to existing puzzles are found, we’ll be back to update the full Call of Duty: Warzone Easter eggs list.
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