Call Of Duty Warzone has received another massive update much to the chagrin of its fanbase. In this update players can now open previously locked bunkers by attaining red access cards. Here you’ll discover where the bunkers are located and how you get red access cards so you can open and loot all the treasure on offer.
Warzone players are understandably anticipating the end of season three so they can move onto season four and there’s varying speculation as to when the fourth season will begin. Some outlets have it pegged for early June, whereas others have guessed that it’s just a matter of days away.
Regardless of when the next season drops and begins, Call Of Duty players can now open a number of bunkers to grab lots of loot. And, in order to do this, you’ll need red access cards that were previously a mystery.
How to get red access cards in Call Of Duty Warzone
You get red access cards in Call Of Duty Warzone by opening Legendary crates.
These orange crates can be found across the Call Of Duty Warzone map, but you are not always guaranteed to get a red access card.
Once you get the necessary item in your inventory, you’ll then want to head to the bunkers available.
This is because they are now possible to open and inside lies loot for you to pick up and store.
Where are the bunker locations in Warzone?
Bunkers can be found all across the Call Of Duty Warzone map.
As for what these bunkers look like when on the prowl for them, most Call Of Duty Warzone players will find them with a number and yellow bars across the door.
Provided you have a red access card, you can open the barred off door by pressing the on-screen button when next to a keypad.
Most of the bunkers can be found on the outskirts of the map but know that not all of them are above ground.
Twitter user ItsNkots has created a diagram which shows the location of every bunker in Call Of Duty Warzone as well as the location of every phone and laptop.
When does Call Of Duty Warzone season 4 begin?
No one knows when Call Of Duty Warzone season 4 will begin.
However, some people have pegged it to begin as early as May 26th whereas others are anticipating it for early June.
While we don’t know when the fourth season will start, it’s possible that Activision’s newest update has provided clues and teasers ala Fortnite.
Users have pointed out that the phones are ringing in Call Of Duty Warzone and that Russian voices can be heard with the supposed following translation:
“All forces, the base is captured! Change the encryption!”
“…They’re getting closer!”
It’s possible that the above is a tease for season four, but some others have suggested that it could also perhaps be a tease for the next announcement of the next Call Of Duty game which has supposedly had its title leaked.
OnePlus Nord 2T 5G price, specifications and everything you need to know – Pocketnow
OnePlus today announced a brand new smartphone that is joining the Nord series, the OnePlus Nord 2T. The new mid-ranger arrives with the MediaTek Dimensity 1300 SoC, and it even supports an impressive 80W SuperVooc fast wired charging. The phone comes with plenty of storage, memory, and a beautiful display that makes other devices a run for their money.
The OnPlus Nord 2T is the real successor of the OnePlus Nord 2, and it improves on the existing device in every way possible. It comes with a better display, a slightly updated design to keep up with the new design language, upgraded internals, and OxygenOS. The new OnePlus Nord 2T is one of the first devices to come equipped with the latest MediaTek 1300 chipset, which is based on the 6nm process.
Price & Availability
The OnePlus Nord 2T is available in Europe, the United Kingdom, and India. The only new device to launch in the US is the new OnePlus Nord Buds wireless earbuds, available from May 31 for $39. The new OnePlus Nord 2T will be available from May 24 on OnePlus’ website and other partnering retailers. Those who purchase early will be able to grab a free pair of OnePlus Buds Z2 wireless earbuds. The base Nord 2T model costs £369, €399, or about ~$450.
|Device Configuration||United Kingdom (GBP)||Germany (EUR)|
|8GB RAM + 128GB storage||£369||€399|
|12GB RAM + 256GB storage||£469||€499|
OnePlus Nord 2T 5G
The new OnePlus Nord 2T 5G comes with a 6.43-inch 90Hz AMOLED display, a 50MP primary camera with an 8MP ultrawide and 2MP depth sensor, and a large 4,500 mAh battery. The phone supports 80W fast charging, and a full charge should last you a day or more.
The OnePlus Nord 2T will be available in only just two colors, Gray Shadow (Black), and Jade Fog (Green). It’s also worth pointing out that if you decide to save a bit of money and go for the 8GB RAM and 128GB configuration, you’ll only be able to pick up the device in Gray Shadow color. The Jade Fog option is exclusive to the higher-tier model.
|Category||OnePlus Nord 2T 5G|
|Operating System||OxygenOS, based on Android 12|
|Display||6.43″, 20:9, 2,400×1,080 (409 ppi), AMOLED, 90Hz, HDR10+|
|Chipset||MediaTek Dimensity 1300|
|Storage||128/256GBGB UFS 3.1|
|Rear Primary Camera||50MP, ƒ/1.9, 24mm, 1/1.56″, 1μm|
|Rear Ultrawide Camera||8MP, ƒ/2.2|
|Rear Depth Camera||2MP, ƒ/2.2|
|Front Camera||32MP, ƒ/2.4|
|Security||In-display fingerprint sensor|
|Connectivity||5G, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax, Bluetooth 5.2, NFC|
|Battery||4,500 mAh, 80W SuperVooc fast wired charging|
|Materials||Glass display and plastic frame/body|
|Dimensions||6.26 x 2.88 x 0.32 inches (159.1 x 73.2 x 8.2 mm)|
|Weight||6.70 oz (190 g)|
|Colors||Gray Shadow (Black), Jade Fog (Green)|
|Release Date||19 May 2022|
|Price||from £369 / €399 (~$450)|
The design of the OnePlus Nord 2T is similar to the OnePlus 9 series and the previous Nord 2. It features the same hole-punch cutout on the top-left corner of the display, and it has similar design aesthetics. The main difference between the Series 9 and the Nord 2 devices is that the Nord 2T has a much bigger camera island on the back, and the sensors are also more prominent than on previous OnePlus devices.
The phone follows OnePlus’ new design trend, including a larger than average camera island and a more pronounced look for the camera to differentiate it from other competitive devices. While the looks are subjective, we think it looks a lot better and more modern than previous devices from the company. The phone has a glass front display, and a plastic frame and back to save on costs.
The Nord 2T has a 6.43-inch AMOLED display. It supports 90Hz refresh rate, and it has a resolution of 1,080 x 2,400 with an aspect ratio of 20:9. The screen is protected by Gorilla Glass 5, which is rather old at this point, but it’s still great to see this level of scratch resistance at a budget price.
The panel has a small punch-hole cutout at the top-left corner of the screen for the 32MP selfie camera. It also supports HDR10+, which is supported across Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and YouTube for a more immersive experience.
The OnePlus Nord 2T has three cameras on the back, and the camera array is impressive for a device in this price range. It includes a 50MP primary sensor with f/1.9, PDAF, and Optical Image Stabilization (OIS). The secondary is an 8MP f/2.2 ultrawide sensor, while the third is a 2MP f/2.2 depth sensor.
OnePlus has been improving its camera game for some time, and the new mid-ranger is expected to bring a lot of improvements to enhance low-light photography and more versatile shooting options. The night photos should also receive a massive upgrade compared to the previous Nord series and be brighter and less noisy. OnePlus says that the new MediaTek Dimensity 1300 chip allows the phone to use AI to enhance the photos like never before. The phone can record at up to 4K resolution at 30fps, and it has a 32MP f/2.4 selfie camera.
The Nord 2T comes with a 4,500 mAh battery capacity, which should easily provide you two-day battery life, assuming you try to conserve your battery life. In practice, it should last you a good day on a single charge, although we’ll have to test it out ourselves to get the full picture. The good thing is that the phone supports the new 80W SuperVooc fast wired charging speed, which lets you charge up the device in no time. Unfortunately, OnePlus didn’t share how long it would take to charge the device fully, but it shouldn’t take much longer than 30 minutes.
Unfortunately, the Nord 2T lacks wireless charging, but given that it has improved and faster-wired charging capabilities, we can forgive the missing feature as it makes up for its price.
What’s in the box?
OnePlus is still one of the few rare companies to include essential accessories tools with devices, and the company bundles not only a USB-C to USB-A cable, but also the 80W SuperVooc fast charger.
OnePlus also provides a phone case, a welcome letter, a quick start guide, and a warranty card with other relevant safety information. The phone comes with a pre-applied screen protector out of the box.
OnePlus Nord 2T 5G
Today’s ‘Wordle’ Word Of The Day #336 Answer And Hint: Saturday, May 21st – Forbes
It’s the weekend. School is almost out. Summer is almost here. I’m excited to barbeque, go on lots of hikes and take lazy summertime naps in hammocks and on picnic blankets.
I’m all about the warmth and sunshine, camping, playing tennis and being outdoors as much as humanly possible. And one great thing about Wordle is that it only occupies a tiny, tiny bit of your time each day. Just one word to guess every day, and only six guesses to get it right.
Let’s not waste any more time on preamble and get straight to it shall we?
Today’s Wordle #336 Answer And Hint
First, a hint: Slang for a fight.
And the answer is . . . .
This is a pretty easy one. It’s especially easy if you start with crane since it gets you c, r, and a.
Frankly, my guess, drape, did just as well. I got a ‘p’ instead of a ‘c’ and both words get you all three letters in yellow instead of green.
Parry turns out to be an ironic word, if only because you can parry when you’re in a scrap or a fight. This got me the ‘s’ and four letters in green. I couldn’t think of any other option besides scrap, which was good since it was the right answer.
Wordle Bot says my opening word was ‘great’ and normally narrows solutions down to 107. This time it worked much better, leaving me with just ten choices. Somehow, Wordle Bot thought my next guess was a “Wonderful choice” and it was—I agree—narrowing it down to three.
My third guess was “exactly what [Wordle Bot] would have guessed in this situation. Well done! it tells me, much to my surprise and delight. This brought my remaining choices down to just one, which I got on guess #4. I think this might be the most Wordle Bot has ever praised my guessing game. Go figure!
Have a terrific Saturday everybody!
Your Guide to the Toronto Tech Scene: What’s Happening and Why Now?
Toronto is known for many things: its scrappy sports teams and questionable mayors, its sprawling film studios and robust financial sector. But there’s another side to the city – one that’s beginning to see some global recognition. Toronto is also, as the New York Times aptly puts it, “A quietly booming tech town.”
It’s not so far-fetched when you look at the hard facts. Toronto is the perfect storm of favourable circumstances for a tech revolution, and it’s home to some of the world’s leading disruptors and thought leaders.
In this article, let’s take a deeper dive into the Big Smoke’s burgeoning tech scene: how did it come about, and who are the central players?
Why Toronto? Why Now?
As with most burgeoning intellectual and creative scenes, Toronto’s tech scene owes its success to a confluence of favourable circumstances and inherent civic characteristics. You can point to the following as reasons for Toronto’s ascending star in the tech world:
- Open Immigration Policies: Toronto is among the most diverse cities in the world, attracting intellectual talent from all corners of the globe. While other countries and cities experience “brain drains,” Toronto is the benefactor of those drains, the meeting point for forward-thinking tech workers.
- Universities: UofT, Ryerson (read: Toronto Metropolitan), and Waterloo are renowned for their technology programs, receiving and generating talented tech thinkers.
- Centrality: Toronto is in a uniquely advantageous geographical and political position, near big tech cities like New York and Chicago, and the largest city in Canada.
- Big Tech Offices: Call it “precedent” or “leadership.” As more big tech companies (like Google, Apple and Shopify) opened offices in Toronto, the city carved out a name for itself in tech.
- The “Something in the Water” Effect: Lastly, you can’t discount that there might just be something in the water, some magic quality that makes residents particularly adept at all things digital and disruptive.
What’s Happening? A Short Guide to Disruptors and Thought Leaders
As an overview of tech disruption in Toronto, let’s focus on three industries: real estate, healthcare and education.
In real estate, you have Regan McGee – disruptor, thought leader and founder of Nobul, a real estate digital marketplace. McGee’s Nobul transformed the industry by giving power to consumers for the first time ever, leveraging a proptech platform and AI-powered algorithm to match agents to buyers/sellers. As McGee puts it to Toronto Life, “We’ve massively simplified the whole process… People think buying and selling real estate is complicated, but that’s a way for agents to justify their fees.”
In healthcare, Toronto is home to Kamran Khan, founder of BlueDot. The company made headlines recently as the first company in the world to identify the emerging risk from COVID-19 through advanced data analytics. His data-driven approach is challenging the traditional “top down policy process of governments” in dealing with crises.
Finally, Mike Silagadze and Mohsen Shahini are shaking up education with their company, Top Hat. The pair founded Top Hat to increase student engagement through dynamic, interactive software. The mission statement was simple: provide a better alternative to outmoded, rudimentary curriculum planning tools in an effort to reach a new generation of learners.
Toronto may never reach the size or exulted status of Silicon Valley, but its thinkers, innovators and tech-friendly environment are every bit as first-rate. It will be exciting to see what the city’s disruptors and thought leaders dream up next.
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