Bunkers lately, in particular the Bunker 11, make a lot of talk about them on Warzone and it does not seem close to stop since among the treasures they contain, there would be teasers for Call of Duty 2020, which is rumored to be, Black Ops Cold War.
The teasers for Call of Duty 2020 have been awaited for some time and as rumors and other theories begin to flourish all over the web, fans are increasingly impatient for information about this next episode.
In this sense, recently the bunkers opened their doors, allowing players to fill their pockets but also to access what appears to be valuable information.
If you haven’t finished with bunker 11 easter egg and you don’t want to spoil the surprise, go no further.
Black Ops: Cold War teasers in Warzone?
Next to the nuclear warhead spotted in Bunker 11, there is a war room similar to that presented in the U.S.D.D mission in the Black Ops 1 campaign.
In addition to this, there is a “big red button” inside the server room, which many believe is related to the warhead, which would announce the imminent arrival of a large event on Warzone.
But that’s not all ! The structure of an RC-XD from the Black Ops series was spotted in a cabin just west of the strategic point of Verdansk prison.
Here’s a couple of pictures of the RCXD in #warzone.
– ModernWarzone (@ModernWarzone) May 22, 2020
If we add all these elements to the assumptions about a new easter egg linked to computers scattered throughout Verdansk, there are reasons to believe that Infinity Ward is preparing something and that it is likely to be linked to Call of Duty 2020.
Modern Warfare & Warzone release notes
In the Modern Warfare and Warzone update notes for May 19, there was an encrypted message that the players attempted to decipher.
– Call of Duty News (@charlieINTEL) May 19, 2020
As one might expect, a smart guy seems to have cracked the code, claiming that the message reads as follows: “The Rusalka number station is the yellow protocol. Activate the dormant agent system. The Nova project is initiated. Waiting for a correct authorization.”
If this is the case, the use of the concept of “ sleeping agents ” clearly brings to mind the Black Ops 1 campaign where it all begins with the interrogation of Alex Mason about the deployment of Soviet sleeping agents.
At that time, the “Nova Project” could refer to the Nova 6, a biochemical weapon that the sleeping agents wanted to spread using, you guessed it, a nuclear warhead (Missile V2).
But what does all this mean in the end?
It is unfortunately still too early to say, but it would seem that Infinity Ward is preparing to deploy a major event that would significantly change the landscape of Verdansk in connection with the potential CoD 2020 Black Ops Cold War.