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Warzone’s Old Mines finally open: What’s inside & locations

The teased mine map changes have finally arrived in Warzone, so here’s where to find them and everything inside.

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Inside Warzone Old Mines location

After being teased back when Verdansk ’84 first arrived, the Old Mines have finally opened up with the Secrets of the Pacific event. Here’s where to find all of the mines, and what’s inside them.

After modern-day Verdansk was nuked to end the zombie outbreak in April, Call of Duty: Warzone’s map traveled back in time to the 1980s. This brought new POIs and overhauled existing ones.

One change players were excited to see was the Old Mines opening up, but as Warzone Pacific’s Caldera map was fast approaching, they’d given up hope of seeing it happen. However, Raven Software is running several events to mark the end of Verdansk, and the most recent, Secrets of the Pacific, has finally opened up the mines.

Here’s where you can find these new mine shaft areas and what’s inside them.

Warzone mine locations

The only mines that have opened in Secrets of the Pacific are the Old Mines south of Summit. You can find them below the mining shacks on the hill directly northeast of Airport, where there are several entrances.

There’s another set of mines at the north end of Salt Mine, but they haven’t opened up for this event. As we fast approach Caldera on December 8, it’s unlikely that these mines were ever designed to be opened up. But, we’ll need to wait and see how Verdansk’s final days unfold.

What’s inside Warzone’s Old Mine?

The Old Mines contains everything you’d expect to find inside a Warzone POI, such as Chests and floor loot, but there’s also Secrets of the Pacific Intel inside.

If you head to the zipline at the west side that takes you down into the mines, you’ll find a box of dynamite right at the bottom. Press interact with the box and you’ll collect the Intel, then you need to hold onto it for the specified amount of circle collapses.

Survive with the Intel and you’ll unlock the Familiar Machinery Spray. Do this for all six pieces of Intel and you’ll get the Bomber Menace STG44 Blueprint.


And that’s everything you need to know about Verdansk’s mines opening up! For more Warzone, be sure to check out the “no recoil” Krig loadout that’s gone viral on TikTok.

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