Call of Duty: Warzone 2 - How to drop the Nuke on Al Mazrah

Published: 14:12, 24 November 2022
Learn how to activate the nuke on Al Mazrah in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0
Learn how to activate the nuke on Al Mazrah in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0

If you are wondering how to activate the nuke in Call of Duty: Warzone 2, here is everything you need to know. Complete all these steps to set off the nuke on Al Mazrah and instantly win your match!

The nuke is legendary in Call of Duty.  The nuclear bomb is a pinnacle achievement that only the very greatest players can achieve – whether, in battle royale or multiplayer, the nuclear bomb will instantly win the game for your team.

The nuke in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 is identical to the Tactical Nuke killstreak in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. Instead of collecting 30 consecutive kills, you must seek for chemicals to assemble and arm the bomb.

This implies that you might conceivably come from behind to win the entire match, regardless of your present equipment. Infinity Ward  never confirmed it can be done, until it was done. Here's how to detonate the bomb at Al Mazrah.

Let's just say that Warzone 2.0's nuclear weapon is quite difficult to pull off. It wasn't even confirmed by Infinity Ward until Twitch streamer Nick "wagnificent" Wagner set one off.

Here is everything you need to do to activate the nuke in Call of Duty: Warzone 2.

  • Win five consecutive Warzone 2.0 matches
  • Start the Champion’s Quest contract
  • Find the three elements that make up the nuke
  • Wait for the bomb site to appear on the map
  • Arm the bomb with the three elements you collected
  • Defend the bomb against other players for two minutes

When you complete the first two steps, the next one is to acquire the three components that make up the nuke. The following phase is to gather three elements: Beryllium, Plutonium, and Tritium. 

When an element is picked up, it comes with its own penalty. Beryllium has a tracking device that places a gold crown on your head to alert other players to your whereabouts, Plutonium produces lethal radiation, and Tritium scrambles your radar and mini-map.

The bomb site is marked by a yellow radiation hazard symbol. When you collect all three elements, the bomb must be armed manually. This triggers a two-minute timer. When the timer starts, you need to defend the bomb site.


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