Call of Duty: Warzone Bunkers Explained


How to Open Bunker 11 in Call of Duty: Warzone

Strangely, the only bunker in Warzone that can’t be opened with a keycard is Bunker 11. In order to open that bunker, you’ll have to play a game involving various phones scattered throughout the map.

This incredibly complicated process starts with finding a ringing phone. There are currently seven known phone locations in the game.

  • In the Dam control room
  • In the office at the TV Station
  • A small building near Hills
  • The scrapyard building in Boneyard
  • In the back of Vacant near the Port area
  • The first floor of the large building at the center of Downtown
  • The blue building near Superstore

If you’ve found the wrong phone, you’ll just hear a dial tone. If you found the right phone, you’ll hear someone speaking in Russian. They should read off three numbers (between 0 and 9) which you’ll need to write down for the next part of this step. These numbers are in Russian, so if you don’t speak the language, you might want to turn to Google for help understanding them.

Believe it or not, this is where things get really tricky. Once you have your three numbers, you’ll need to interact with one of nine Morse code phones spread throughout the map. For instance, if your numbers were three, five, and seven, you’d need to interact with the Morse code phone associated with those numbers.

Here is where you can find the morse code phones:

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