Call of Duty: Warzone has a wide variety of locations for players to drop in and loot. While many of these are labeled on the map, developers tend to hide secret locales in each update. As players have explored the new Call of Duty: Warzone update, some found a hidden base.
Call of Duty: Warzone integrated with Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, adding its espionage themes to the battle royale. As the game's story continues to progress, the map has slowly integrated changes reminiscent of the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War storyline. This connection only grew stronger after the 1980s update changed the Verdansk landscape.
The CIA outpost has a unique mission in the Warzone storyline. Setting up base in the airport maintenance section, the CIA task force is designed to track down Rambo, who has come to the famed city. The addition of Rambo in Call of Duty: Warzone has impacted the story, and players have a special mission revolving around this local. To find the exact location of the base, players need only look toward the Airport Hangers. These are east of the Verdansk Airport and north of the Airplane Factory, and here players will find several recording machines and chairs positioned around a large room.
This is the same location where players can turn in dog tags found at survival camps scattered around the map. Call of Duty: Warzone's Season 3 Reloaded update offers rewards for gathering these dog tags, but it is important to know where the tags are turned in before committing to the process.
This is an interesting evolution for the update, as Rambo impacts Verdansk in a very direct way. Similarly, Die Hard's John McClane and Nakatomi Plaza made an appearance downtown with a similar set of missions and objectives. As far as Call of Duty: Warzone crossovers go, many fans approve of the thorough nature that the new character's introduction has taken.
Call of Duty: Warzone's Rambo objectives can be found in an independent tab on the main menu screen. Players can track their progress through various events and earn rewards for participating in this special update. While there are no doubt more secrets hidden around the map, fans are quickly exploring old and new locations for hints regarding the future of the game.
Call of Duty: Warzone is one of the biggest battle royale titles in the genre. The free-to-play title gives players a more realistic-looking battle royale game than other titles like Fortnite and Apex Legends. Call of Duty: Warzone also features a wide variety of cosmetics from gun skins, operators, and attachments. Some of the cosmetics, especially those offered through Call of Duty: Warzone's in-game store, are further away from the realistic style that players get in the base game, but the game recently announced that it is getting its first crossover in the form of an 80s action hero event that will let players play as John Rambo and John McClane.
The event starts later this week and is a big new step for the game's cosmetics. Of course, Rambo also made an appearance in Mortal Kombat 11 as a playable character, but John McClane is a bit rarer in video games. Some Call of Duty: Warzone fans were disappointed by leaked images of the skins, there is a lot of other content included with the event, such as a recreation of Nakatomi Plaza in Verdansk. The event also begs the question of what other 80s action heroes would feel right at home in Call of Duty: Warzone.
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