Season 3 of Warzone is in full swing and as players continue to explore the new iteration of Verdansk set in 1984, a fast-travel system involving the mysterious red doors which played a prominent part in the Black Ops Cold War storyline could be used as some kind of fast-travel system.
Fast-travel systems are nothing new in the battle royale. The modern-day version of Verdansk featured an underground subway system that enabled players to navigate the map at a much faster speed than walking.
The new system furthers the Cold War integration into Warzone, and also opens the door for an interesting theory surrounding the storyline involving CIA agent Russell Adler.
Here's everything you need to know about the red door fast-travel system!
Warzone Red Door Fast-Travel System
The system was first discovered by notable Call of Duty data miner @CallofDutyHope, who found details on the new fast-travel system in a recent survey that was sent out to some players.
It's likely that there will be several red doors located across Verdansk, enabling players to move from one place to another but with no signs of any kind of underground subway, is some kind of teleportation coming to Warzone?
Considering some of the mind-bending elements featured in Black Ops Cold War, it wouldn't be at all surprising to see the fast-travel system reflect this in some capacity.
The addition of the red doors has also opened a theory that may uncover the origins of Verdansk 1984 and how players travelled back in time to the new map.
Is Verdansk 1984 A Hallucination?
With red doors seemingly opening up in Warzone, @ModernWarzone has posted a theory that may well have uncovered how we ended up in 1984.
Alongside the numbers that appeared in a teaser for the new map, the start of each Warzone match appears with the word "Flashback" rather than the title of an operation.
Could players be experiencing some kind of hallucination that has been induced by Stitch brainwashing Adler?