Warzone Golden Vault unlock imminent as plunder players near goal

Warzone Golden Vault Unlock: An image of an operator shooting and a Golden Vault in Rebirth Island

April 12, 2022 Raven Software has removed vehicles from Call of Duty Warzone as players were using them to glitch into the Golden Vaults without completing the necessary requirements

The time is near; Call of Duty Warzone’s locked Golden Vault locations are about to be unlocked as players near hitting the lofty goal of gathering $40 trillion in Blood Money on Rebirth Island. This is the final community objective for the Warzone Rebirth Reinforced challenges and, along with opening the Golden Vaults, players will also get 100,000 player XP.

Following the release of the Warzone Pacific Season 2 Reloaded update, which included the revamped Rebirth Island, on March 23, players have been working together (well, alongside one another) to complete a set of community challenges centred around the new POI locations and features released with the updated map.

In addition to hefty amounts of player XP, players have also unlocked the use of Weapon Trade Stations – which diversify the Warzone economy and give players a new option when gathering loot – and Communications Towers – offering players a chance at getting a short-range UAV on the cheap.

Of course, both of these rewards are welcome additions to Raven Software’s battle royale – however, the Golden Vaults and the mystery of what they contain is what everyone wants to know. Thankfully, we might have some idea of what they contain thanks to Twitter user ‘BobNetworkUK’.

Ahead of their unlock, BobNetworkUK managed to glitch inside of these off-limits locations to uncover a traditional bunker interior filled with game-changing loot.

As you can see in the clip below, after brute-forcing their way into a Golden Vault, they found several loot boxes and high-rarity ground loot including a Durable Gas Mask, a Minigun, and a Specialist Token.

The Golden Vaults aren’t officially open yet, so there’s no telling how accurate their findings are – however, it does seem to suggest that these mysterious interiors are nothing more than a collection of the best loot. It’s far from a bad thing, but it doesn’t look like it has too much implication on the future narrative of Warzone. Although, the Perseus logo is plastered everywhere – so there’s hope that easter egg hunters will uncover more.

If you’re preparing to battle it out for the top-tier loot when the Golden Vaults unlock, check out the best Warzone loadouts and the best Warzone guns here. It can never hurt to be prepared – and to know what’s dominating the Warzone meta at the moment.