It’s no secret to Call of Duty: Warzone players that some of the best loot in Verdansk is hidden within bunkers dotted around the map. You may have stumbled upon the Warzone Farmland bunker by accident but didn’t know how to get in or picked up a Red Access Card and wondered what it was for.
There’s a real mix across the map with bunkers having a variety of different methods of entry. Some need randomly collected cards, some an access code, some nothing at all apart from a potential battle for the goods against other players.
However, along with a host of Warzone map changes in Season 2, a lot of these bunkers were struck off the map. There are still a few you can enter, but around half of the bunkers have now been made inaccessible. If you’re wondering which are still available, and how to crack them open, you’re in the right place. Here’s how to access all the bunkers in Call of Duty: Warzone.
Warzone Bunker map and access codes
First, if you’ve never come across a Warzone bunker before, you’ll need to know what they look like. All bar three, which we’ll discuss later, appear as big metal doors with three yellow bars secured across. Now, as aforementioned, the shack near Prison, the Farmland bunker, and the TV Station bunker aren’t your usual bunkers. Instead, they’re doors with a keypad on separate buildings, or in the case of the Farmland treasure trove, a door within the main barn.
Luckily, six of the locations on the map only need a fixed access code to enter, which we have for you below. These locations are circled in yellow in the bunker map above.
The Warzone bunker codes are:
-  North Junkyard – 87624851 (not accessible)
-  South Junkyard – 97264138
-  Park – 60274513
-  Prison Shack – 72948531
-  Farmland – 49285163 (not accessible)
-  TV Station – 27495810
If you’re lucky enough to be alone at the bunker, you can approach the keypad at each location, and pop in the above codes to the corresponding bunker. Just make sure you’re quick to grab all the loot and run – players may be lurking nearby to steal your goods after you’ve done all the hard work.
Warzone bunker Red access card locations
Next, there are five Warzone bunker locations that used to require a Red Access Card to enter. Red Access Cards could be found, at random, in legendary orange chests.
With the Season Two Warzone map changes, all of these bunkers are now inaccessible and the Red Access Card is out of the loot pool. We’ve kept their locations in this guide in case they are opened up later down the line.
Warzone bunker Red Access Card locations are (as shown in red in the above map):
-  South of Hills
-  Dam
-  South of Military Base
-  East of Quarry
-  Prison
You may have noticed on the Warzone bunker locations map that there’s a bunker in blue numbered and coined by the Call of Duty community as ‘Bunker 11’, which can be found northwest of the Military Base.
This bunker used to be accessed through a long and arduous easter egg involving the phones that would ring around Verdansk. Sadly, you can no longer complete this easter egg and Bunker 11 has been made inaccessible as part of Season Two’s map changes.
If the easter egg ever returns, we’ll be sure to let you know how to complete it.
When Warzone intergrated content from Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, a large hole appeared on the airport runway near the tower. This is by far the easiest bunker to access, but it is probably the worst in terms of loot. There isn’t too much exciting stuff in there, but it is a useful place to land for the early game – if you can beat everyone else to it, that is.
Last by not least is Bunker 11’s friendly cousin, the Stadium bunker. Since the Stadium has three locked doors of its own hiding some great loot, getting access to this one can prove quite tricky. That’s because there is no standard Stadium access code. Instead, you’ll need to find three Blue Access Cards found in random drops throughout the Stadium. These are called the P2-16, CL-19, and EL-21 cards.
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It’s worth noting two important points here. Firstly, these cards are code for the respective level where you can find both the card and the locked door. P2 means Parking Level 2, CL means Concourse Level, and EL means Executive Level. So, don’t waste your time looking elsewhere. Secondly, these cards can only be found in the first five minutes of the game, so you’ll have to act quickly. Once you’ve got them, swipe them through the card reader for the respective bunker and you’ll be rewarded with loot.
New Season 2 Warzone bunkers
Three new bunkers have opened up in Warzone as of Season Two. These are located beneath the three massive concrete monuments dotted around Verdansk.
They are located at:
- Jarvdinsk Spomenik above the Arklov Peak Military Base
- Zoszni Spomenik southeast of the Novi Grazna Hills
- Styor Spomenik in Tavorsk Park
These bunkers are all completely open and don’t require codes or access cards to unlock. They don’t boast masses of great loot, but within each one you can find a strange terminal that shows a zombies icon and a percentage. This is likely part of an ever increasing zombie outbreak in Verdnask – who knows what will happen at 100%…
So there it is, everything you need to find Call of Duty: Warzone’s bunker codes and locations to get you and your team kitted out with some of the best items in the game. If you’re super lucky, one of the best Warzone guns out there will hopefully fling itself out of a chest for you.