The Daily Moot: Warzone Bunkers Unlocked!News Picks
1. Warzone Bunkers Unlocked
Call of Duty: Warzone’s bunkers can now be unlocked. Although the bunkers had existed since the game’s launch, their purpose had always been a mystery. Fans suspected that the Red Access Card released in a previous update might be able to open the bunkers, but unfortunately the item was useless. Until today, that is. The Red Access Card now works, enabling players to open the bunkers and loot the contents inside. Be sure to keep your eye out for more hidden secrets in the future; Infinity Ward has cryptically confirmed that these mysterious events are only the beginning.
2. Overwatch 2020 Anniversary Event Overwatch is celebrating its 4-year anniversary with a jam-packed 2020 Anniversary Event. The event will bring back all of the previous seasons’ brawls and cosmetics, as well as introduce a bunch of new cosmetics. Among these include new epic skins for Sigma, Widowmaker, and McCree which can be earned by completing weekly challenges. The Overwatch 2020 Anniversary Event is live from now until June 9; check out the event trailer below.
3. Artifact 2.0 Beta Artifact 2.0 is headed to beta. Just a couple of months ago, Valve announced that they would be revamping their digital card game which, despite its initial hype, was a commercial and critical flop. The Artifact 2.0 beta will begin this month and will be exclusive to players who already own the original game.
4. Kingdom Hearts Delayed Kingdom Hearts Dark Road has been delayed. The upcoming mobile game was set to launch this Spring but is now expected to come out in Summer. The developers of the game apologized for the late announcement, saying that the team was “trying to find some means of making a Spring release” but was ultimately unsuccessful. Although no specific release date has been announced yet, Kingdom Hearts Dark Road is now expected to launch in June of this year.
5. Gwent on Steam Gwent has officially launched on Steam. The digital card game, which was originally featured in The Witcher 3, is free-to-play but additional cards can be purchased with real money. The Steam version of Gwent features seamless crossplay with other platforms, and players can integrate their existing iOS or GoG versions of the game into the Steam version. Check out the launch trailer below.