New bunkers, a destroyed stadium and the return of the original Gulag: Season 6 mixes up Call of Duty: Warzone in a big way.
Season 6 shakes up Verdansk big time. An earthquake in CoD: Warzone has caused several changes to the map. Here’s what to expect in your next games.
Destruction brings new areas
Two of the changes can’t be missed. The stadium and Downtown Verdansk have been badly damaged by earthquakes. The ground of the areas has opened up, some buildings have simply collapsed and there is rubble everywhere. The stadium has been split in half. However, this has also opened up new areas below Dowtown and the stadium to explore.
Three new bunkers appeared
To add to the apocalyptic mood, three new World War II bunkers have now appeared. These are located in the following places:
- Northwest of Radar Array
- North of the area of the Airport
- North of the silos in the cemetery (Boneyard)
This time no special codes are needed to access the bunkers. There are two ways to access each. Either through one of the earth fissures that have opened up due to the quake, or through ziplines that can be found through red containers. There you should find cables that you can use to lower yourself below the surface. In the bunkers there is then some loot to collect.
The original Gulag returns
Last but not least, there is also a little time travel. The layout of the first Warzone Gulag is back! So for those who have been with us from the beginning, the coming survival battles may be a little easier than for the newcomers.
OG Gulag is Back! Some Auto Firing bug is Back too 🤔 pic.twitter.com/HXvmTteDdm
— James – JGOD (@JGODYT) October 7, 2021