CALL of Duty Warzone 2.0, the recently released free-to-play Call of Duty game, is rumoured to have a nuclear bomb hidden within it.
To date, no one has footage of the nuke being found in the game, but a hint dropped by the developer has made players go on the hunt.
Warzone 2.0 is finally here.Credit: Activision
We’ve uncovered the mystery of Warzone 2.0’s secret atomic bomb, with everything we know so far.
If you want to try to find it for yourself, here’s the story on Call of Duty’s hidden nuke so far.
Is there a hidden nuke in Call of Duty Warzone 2.0?
Streamer TimTheTatman had a clip shared of him chasing another player in Warzone 2.0 up a narrow bridge.
The player jumps into the water, and the clip is cut with a video of a bomb exploding underwater.
Developer Raven Software then retweeted the clip with the comment “So the rumours are true…?”
The clip was titled “The first nuke in Warzone 2.0”, leading many to believe that this is confirmation that one is in the game.
Where is the nuke in Call of Duty Warzone 2.0?
As far as we know, no one has found the secret nuke yet, if it does in fact exist.
Despite the game only just releasing, enough matches have been played all over the world, to make players believe it cannot be found in a regular match.
It is thought that special conditions have to be met before one will appear, though it is still unknown what these are.
However, one insider, known as ModernWarzone on Twitter, believes that you have to win five matches in a row before one can appear.
Players have already tried to look for the nuke, following a five-win streak, but so far have come up empty-handed.
It is possible that other conditions are required to be met before the item is unlocked.
The mystery surrounding Warzone 2.0’s nuke has certainly kept the community engaged.
If there isn’t one currently in the game, it would be smart for Raven Software to add it in an update.
Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GLHF.
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