Warzone – New secrets to Black Ops character Woods and shadows under the ice

In Black Ops character Frank Woods, players want to have found the next operator for Call of Duty: Warzone, who is said to be connected to the next part of the series expected this year.

Call of Duty: Warzone

The Call of Duty: Warzone map is packed with Easter eggs and little and big secrets. Many finds later turn out to be indications of upcoming content, others are more cryptic and appear to serve a larger purpose. Many suspect that this is the case the connection between Warzone and the Call of Duty expected this year, which should belong to the Black Ops series.


With the connections to Black Ops, it is not surprising that Dataminer is now Voice Lines by Frank Woodsfound by protagonists of Black Ops 1.

The name “Wood” can be found in the names of these audio files, so it’s a pretty clear thing. Another sweep of audio files that can be heard in Warzone itself poses more puzzles.

The numbers that follow, for example, the word “Ascension” the same as from the intro of Black Ops 1 and they appear again in the campaign. All in all, another indication of that linking elementst which warzone should be for the Call of Duty series. The developers announced this information weeks ago in an interview with USGamer.

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Frank Wood and the submarine

It gets even more mysterious. Another message that should come from the game contains again references to Black Ops and still name things. The tweet comes from TheGamingRevolution, an account that collects information about leaks, news and rumors about Call of Duty.

Gerde the last two lines are strongly reminiscent of Black Ops 1 and the first line could mean the open bunkers and Verdansk. The sentence also attracted a lot of attention “The shadows are here”, because players reported it to have seen a shadow under the ice on the dam. Most of the assumptions came from a submarine.

In Call of Duty: Warzone, there are numerous other mysteries, such as the conversion of the stadium and underground tunnels for trains. What is behind all the secrets will only be revealed gradually.

How do you assess the future of Call of Duty, which emerges from these clues? Is the partial interlocking of the different rows a good idea? Write your opinion in the comments.

Daniel Hartmann
Daniel Hartmann, GIGA expert for FPS, e-sports, streaming culture and mass effect.

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