The release of season 2 of Call of Duty Warzone 2 has been packed with Easter eggs, and some of them even offer equipment to players. The latest discovery, an Easter egg hidden in bell towers, allows players to get their hands on some gear.
Season 2 Brings Plenty of Easter Eggs and Hidden Passages
Originally scheduled for early February, the release of season 2 was delayed by two weeks. However, players quickly discovered that the season was worth the wait, as it was loaded with content beyond what was initially announced in the patch notes.
Developers hid various secrets across the new map, Ashika Island, including two hidden rooms, one located under Tsuki Castle and the other near Power Plant. Additionally, players have also discovered that shooting down drones at the beginning of a match can yield equipment.
Bell Tower Easter Egg Discovered
After players thought they had discovered all the secrets of the new season, a new Easter egg involving bell towers was discovered by YouTube user Geeky Pastimes.
How to Complete the Bell Tower Easter Egg
To complete the Easter egg, players must first go to the north side of the map, where the residential area is located. In the gardens of the houses, players will find bell towers with numbers 1-5 nearby. Players must shoot the bells in the correct order (starting with 1, then 2, then 3, and so on) and a blue circle will appear around the bell if the shot is correct.
It is important to note that the numbers will change with each game and players must start over if they shoot the bells in the wrong order. However, players will be rewarded with a notification on their screen that an air drop is incoming. While this is not necessarily the most efficient way to obtain equipment, it’s still a fun Easter egg to complete at least once.
Other Call of Duty Warzone News and Guides
In addition to the new Easter egg, players can find guides and tips for Call of Duty Warzone, including guides for weapon classes and information on the new map, Caldera. Other news includes changes to the Goulag and the addition of fighter jets and explosive gas canisters in season 1 Vanguard.