From what has been teased, A Call of Duty Modern Warfare event is being staged ahead of the release of Season 4, in COD Warzone. The first stage of this new event was launched earlier this month with the opening of the COD Warzone Bunkers. This requires teams to find a Red Key Card in a loot box and then track down an open Bunker. Most Bunkers include plenty of cash and loot boxes to help with the big push to the final circle.
But one Call of Duty Warzone Bunker included something extra, with fans finding an exclusive gun blueprint and a Nuclear warhead.
There have been rumours that the current map is going to be destroyed by Nuclear weapons, with a new one rolled out during 2020.
The second part of this event came in the form of a deduced message shared on the COD Mobile App, which confirmed new intel would be shared during May.
This was followed by the release of a new teaser trailer for Season 4, which confirmed the introduction of Captain Price as a Season 4 Operator.
And now the next teaser has been shared by Activision, which is connected to the Warzone Bunkers.
It was released as part of the Weekly Rank-Up Report shared by Activision, revealing that a deadly weapon had been found underground in Verdansk.
The message reads: “We have received word of a prototypical weapon hidden underground in Verdansk,” the official teaser adds.
“Operator teams are already identifying where this weapon is, but at time of transmission, we do not know if they have been granted full access to its location.
“We have successfully disrupted aq communications and have wiretapped their calls. Unfortunately, they have countered our efforts with scramblers.
“The calls are now going to multiple hardlines in Verdansk. Listen closely to what they are saying during these transmissions, and brush up on your Russian – you might need it.
“Intel suggests the holding area containing the prototype opens via marked telephones in Verdansk. Furthermore, the access code changes frequently – aq knows this prototype is dangerous, not a toy.
“Be wary of aq sleeper agents spreading false codes to deter access to both enemies and allies. These codes may be shared through civilian media – e.g., videos, social media – and are not viable for completing this mission.