For weeks, there’s been an ongoing alternate actuality sport, or ARG, happening contained in the Call of Duty group, with some streamers and press getting vintage projectors sent to their homes that contained clues about this 12 months’s Call of Duty sport. Activision has already began teasing the following entry, Call of Duty: Black Ops: Cold War, however gamers additionally used the ARG to find a brand new secret within the Call of Duty: Warzone map.
The clip reveals gamers accessing a brand new bunker deep contained in the map by inputting a code. They discover a big missile, which may presumably play into Black Ops: Cold War. Unlike a few of different Warzone Easter eggs, the code doesn’t change sport to sport — that means you’ll be able to see it for your self with out a lot effort.
According to Uli909, gamers came upon how one can get into the code due to the ARG’s web site, PawnTakesPawn. New codes pop up every day on the web site, and Wednesday’s code displayed an simply decipherable message: WZ-F8-60274513. Uli909 deciphered the code, realizing WZ meant Warzone, with F8 telling the sector of the map to look in. After discovering the brand new bunker, gamers enter the remaining a part of the code and located their approach inside.
In the Reddit publish, some gamers speculate that the missile may destroy all of Verdansk — the present Warzone map. “I believe what’s gonna occur is that the missile is gonna destroy the entire map, formally ending Warzone in [Modern Warfare] after which we begin on a brand new [battle royale] map in Cold War,” wrote Reddit user ReaperYash05. This would play into the concept Warzone will stay on previous Modern Warfare.
If you wish to see the missile your self, drop in sector F8, close to the street. Go by way of the silver door, and enter 60274513 on the keypad. There are some loot chests close to the silo. It’s at the moment unclear what is going to occur with the brand new missile. But we’ll seemingly be taught extra when Activision unveils Call of Duty: Black Ops: Cold War on Aug. 26.