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RUMOURS about a hidden nuclear weapon in Call of Duty Warzone 2.0 have been circling ever since the free-to-play game launched a week ago, and players have finally solved the mystery.

Al-Mazrah, the new map that was introduced with Warzone 2.0, brings a tonne of new features and its fair share of secrets for players to discover.

1The new Warzone 2.0 map, Al-Mazrah, is full of surprises.Credit: Activision

Almost immediately after the game’s release on November 16, 2022, players have been trying to find a rumoured hidden tactical nuke in the game.

The craze started when famous Twitch streamer TimTheTatman had a clip shared of him chasing another player in Warzone 2.0 up a narrow bridge.

The other player jumped into the water, and the clip cut to a video of a bomb exploding underwater.

To spark interest further, Warzone 2.0 developer Raven Software retweeted the video with the comment “So the rumours are true…?”

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Fast forward one week, and we now know the tactical superweapon indeed exists in the game, and we know how to use it to win games.

How to get the nuke in Warzone 2.0

To drop a nuke in Warzone 2.0 is no walk in the park as there are quite a few steps to complete and requirements to fulfil.

Here’s everything you need to do in order to drop a nuke in Call of Duty Warzone 2.0.

First of all, you must win five Battle Royale games in a row; this already eliminates most players, but that’s precisely why the nuke is so hard to get.

Next up, you need to accept the Champion’s Quest, which will pop up on your map during your sixth game, provided that you won the previous five.

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Once you initiate the champion’s contract, you need to go and grab the three chemical elements needed to build the bomb.

These are Beryllium, Plutonium, and Tritium and will be highlighted on the map for you.

The materials are extremely dangerous, each inflicting a unique penalty, so carrying more than one of them at a time will cause you a lot of trouble.

The best way to approach this step is to coordinate with your teammates, so each of you grabs one element to minimise the disadvantages these bring.

After you’ve gathered the chemical elements, you need to wait for the bomb site to be revealed - it will be at the centre of the final circle, so you’ll need to survive at least until the circles converge.

When it appears, the nuke assembly site will be marked with a yellow nuclear hazard sign on your map. 

Go to the nuke site, put each of the three chemical elements into the reactor and then arm the bomb.

It’s not over yet, as this will start a two-minute countdown during which you’ll need to defend the nuke until it detonates.

Once the bomb goes off, the special Champions’s Domination victory is yours. It’s a tough one to pull off, but definitely worth the effort.

Written by Stoyan Ovcharov on behalf of GLHF.

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Ravens Place 4th-Round Receiver on IR, Sign Another to 53-man Roster

Getty Ravens WR Tylan Wallace is being placed on injured reserve.

The Baltimore Ravens made a handful of roster transactions on Saturday, December 3, ahead of their Week 13 AFC matchup with the Denver Broncos, most of which involved the wide receiver position.

We have placed WR Tylan Wallace on IR.

We have signed WR Binjimen Victor to the 53-man roster.

We have also elevated WR DeSean Jackson and DB Ar'Darius Washington from the practice squad for tomorrow’s game.https://t.co/KxVtsSfyql

— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) December 4, 2022

First was the placement of second-year wideout Tylan Wallace on injured reserve. The 2021 fourth-round pick out of Oklahoma State had already been ruled out for this game with a hamstring injury that kept him out of practice all week.

He has appeared in eight games this season and caught three of his six targets for 21 yards while primarily playing on special teams. This doesn’t definitively mean that he is done for the year but he’ll have to miss at least four games.

Taking Wallace’s place on the active roster is third-year pro Binjimen Victor who was signed off the practice squad. He originally signed with the New York Giants as an undrafted free agent out of Ohio State in 2020 and, like Wallace, he’ll be expected to provide depth at wide receiver and play special teams.

Victor appeared in the first regular season game of his career this season in Week 9 and recorded a solo tackle on special teams snaps according to Pro Football Reference. At 6-foot-4 and 199 pounds, he has the physical profile to play on the perimeter and showed that he can use his size to make contested catches down the field in the team’s preseason finale.

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— NFL (@NFL) August 28, 2022

Ravens Elevate 2 Players From Practice Squad For  Week 13

The team called a pair of players up from their practice squad to play against the Broncos and provide depth at their respective positions. Veteran wide receiver DeSean Jackson and second-year defensive back Ar’Darius Washington were elevated and will be active for the game.

Jackson is coming off an impressive outing against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 12, albeit in a losing effort, where he showed that he still possesses the blazing vertical speed to take the top off opposing defenses. His 62-yard reception was the longest play of the game and flipped the field in an instant for the Ravens.

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— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) November 27, 2022

With 2021 first-round selection and No. 1 wide receiver Rashod Bateman out for the rest of the season after undergoing successful foot surgery, Jackson has a golden opportunity to contribute and uplift a Raves offense that needs more juice from the position group.

This will mark Washington’s first game action since Week 6 when he played 12 snaps on defense and six on special teams. The 2021 undrafted free agent likely see more time on special teams than on defense in this game but it would be nice to see him get a fair shot at trying to win the starting nickel corner role so that All-Pro Marlon Humphrey can stop moonlighting in the slot.

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Earlier in the week, the team made another transaction at the wide receiver position by bringing back rookie Shemar Bridges to the practice squad. He was originally signed as an undrafted free agent out of Fort Valley State and spent the summer, training camp, and preseason with the team and was waived with an injury settlement in early September during the final round of roster cuts.

Bridges turned heads early on in training camp with his play in practice and flashed his playmaking potential in the Ravens preseason opener when he caught four passes for 62 receiving in a 23-10 win over the Tennessee Titans.

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The 6-foot-4, 207-pound big-bodied wideout showed that he can go up and make contested catches, use his large catch radius and body control to his advantage, and contribute on special teams. Bridges could have the opportunity to get elevated to the game-day roster to provide depth at wide receiver and special teams down the stretch and perhaps even earn a spot on the active 53-man roster if he seizes his moments on the field.

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