Warzone Adds New Bombardment Killstreak in Patch 1.34

The new Bombardment killstreak officially joins the roster of unlisted changes implemented by developer Raven Software in the latest Warzone patch.
The new Bombardment killstreak officially joins the roster of unlisted changes implemented by developer Raven Software in the latest Warzone patch. | Raven Software, Activision

The new Bombardment killstreak officially joins the roster of unlisted changes implemented by developer Raven Software in the latest Warzone patch, 1.34.

The patch went live early this morning, March 31, at 2 a.m. with a surprisingly limited amount of accompanying information in the form of patch notes. Within those published highlights, Raven neglected to mention Bombardment, as well as the uncovered, nerf to the FFAR rifle. However, the changes made to the AUG rifle and Cavalry Lancer barrel attachment were front and center.

Warzone Adds New Bombardment Killstreak in Patch 1.34

For those who may not be familiar, Bombardment is an ability available in Containment Monitor stations upon first unlock. It requires a certain key to gain access. However, once players get a hold of it, they are able to call down a host of missiles over specific locations on the map.

Containment Monitors in 1.34 also herald the return of the Foresight tool for the lump sum of $20,000.

The aforementioned key can be obtained via the terminal within unique outbreak areas. Players need to eradicate the area of zombies to get the key—identified as a yellow access card that can be used to open a corresponding yellow supply crate. Once opened, the crate rewards a Protocol Access card that can be used to call the Bombardment.

It's unclear why Raven left these pieces of information out of the published notes. Neither they nor the IP holder, Activision, have addressed this issue at the time of writing.