Call Of Duty:Warzone Bunkers Can Finally Be Opened After Latest Patch

Call of Duty: Warzone Gets New Game Mode, Gulag Weapons, More

The latest patch for Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare went live this morning, May 19th, at 7am in the United Kingdom, and developer Infinity Ward has outlined everything that's coming to the shooter across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

The update for Call of Duty: Warzone is out today and weighs in at 20.2GB on the PlayStation 4, against a large 26.1GB on PC, and a mighty 31GB on the Xbox One. This addition was a part of the 1.21 patch released this week.

Hardhat, a Multiplayer map at the scene of construction site, is now available in its own 24/7 playlist. Meanwhile, the cramped Aisle-9 map will be making its debut in the small-scale Gunfight mode.

Blood Money Quads drops back into Verdansk, so players can expand their trio. According to publisher Activision, shotgun and pistol will still be available, while new weapon choices include the AK-47, M13, Kilo 141, Ram-7, Striker 45, and more. SMGs and assault rifle both expand the range of engagements in the Gulag, so be careful if you decide to rush your opponent.

Among the new features that affect Warzone is the Armor Box, which works exactly like the Ammo Box, allowing an entire team to reload all their armor in a moment of need. This functions in the same way that a Munitions Box does - placable on the ground so that your team can recover armour pieces before or after a shootout.

Following the newest patch update for Call of Duty: Warzone on May 19, Infinity Ward has added in the ability to open some of the vaults/bunkers across the map using Key Cards to enter. "This mode strips down Battle Royale and features no Buy Stations, no Contracts, and no Gulag". It can be found on the floor, in boxes, or purchased at the buying stations.



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